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The following new features, enhancements, and fixes will be released with v.49, throughout early March.
We are excited to officially announce Single Sign On capabilities. With this release, all accounts are SAML 2.0 compatible and can be integrated directly with SAML 2.0 Identity Providers. This provides you the ability to manage all of your users and security requirements in a central location, and easily give users access to LogicMonitor.
To enable Single Sign On, go to https://companyname.logicmonitor.com/santaba/uiv2/setting/ssosettings.jsp (this will be available in the Settings menu in the next release). Check enable SSO, and set the Default Role to the role you want assigned to new users without a role attribute. From here, it depends on your Identity Provider; with Okta, OneLogin, and Ping Identity you just need to add LogicMonitor from the app catalog and go through their installation. If you are using ADFS or another Identity Provider please contact support for further instructions.
The new Alert and Report page are now available for all users in beta. While the overall functionality remains the same, you will notice some new and improved features along with the updated look and feel. Some items of note:
The new views are not enabled by default, and are a per user setting. To view the beta pages, go to Settings | Roles and Users | Edit User and select Use New UI.
To switch between views, click the Toggle UI link in the upper right. Don’t forget to submit your feedback!
Clicking on a row in the new Alerts Page will display the alert message, along with the ability to take action on the alert:
This same detail screen can be accessed from your mobile device, removing the need to type out an alert acknowledgement or SDT command as part of a SMS. To include a link to this view in your alert message, add the token ##AlertDetailURL##.
Whether or not an alert clear message will be sent has been a global setting. This can now be configured for each alert rule, enabling you to keep notifications to a minimum while still receiving those that matter most to you.
To update your Alert Clear configuration, go to Settings | Alert Settings | Rule. You will see the default for each rule under the column Suppress Alert Clear (this has been set based on your previous global setting). Editing a rule will give you the option to change this:
Setting Suppress Alert Clear to No will enable alert clear notifications to be sent.
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