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The v.103 release will be rolled out through the end of April. Among the major improvements you will see is a new recurring SDT option as well as the ability to restore deleted devices to your account.
Long awaited, much needed, and finally here: we are introducing the ability to restore deleted devices and device groups in your LogicMonitor account. Previously, if you accidentally deleted the wrong device group or its scope was larger than you anticipated, there was no way to return its devices to your account. With this feature, you will have access to a Recently Deleted view in the Devices Tab, from which you can select the devices or groups that should be restored to your account within 7 days of their initial deletion.
New Monthly SDT Options
We have added a new option for putting devices into SDT: “Monthly (day of the week).” Using this option, you can schedule monthly SDTs based on a certain day of the week, such as the second Tuesday of each month. This allows users more flexibility with their scheduled downtime and ensures it’s in sync with their business processes.
Coinciding with the v.103 release is our rename of “Services.” In order to clean up our language and provide a more representative name for its functionality, “Services” will be rebranded as “Websites.” In addition, you will notice the following minor changes:
This is exclusively a UI change. The Services APIs in v.1 of our REST API will not be affected by this name change.
Below is a list of new and improved LogicModules that were implemented since our last release:
New Monitoring Coverage
Cisco IOS ConfigSource – 1 ConfigSource
AWS S3 Performance – 1 DataSource
Cisco Nexus – 11 DataSources
NTP – 1 DataSource, 1 PropertySource
PaloAlto FW CLI- 1 ConfigSource