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Rolling out through mid-May, LogicMonitor v.119 brings with it two exciting new features: Auto-Balanced Collector Groups and topology mapping. Read on for highlights of these new features, and details on other enhancements included in this v.119 release.
Get better device balancing, scaling, and failover with LogicMonitor’s brand new Auto-Balanced Collector Groups (ABCGs). An ABCG is a group of Collectors that share device load. ABCGs bring more efficient Collector management and monitoring through their ability to:
To learn more, see Auto-Balanced Collector Groups.
A few days before the official rollout out of v.119 (on April 26 to be exact), we released topology mapping. Available to users of LogicMonitor Pro and Enterprise packages, LogicMonitor’s topology mapping allows you to visualize the logical relationships between elements in your network environment.
This additional context can be very beneficial to your monitoring operations, providing you with the ability to:
Topology is auto-discovered by LogicMonitor! Once you’ve downloaded all necessary LogicModules, relationships are dynamically generated. To learn more, see Topology Mapping Overview.
LogicModules that have been added or updated since the last release.
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