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LogicMonitor’s v.129 release is the 16th—and final—release of 2019. It caps off a year of innovative new features and important enhancements including Auto-Balanced Collector Groups, topology mapping, new remote session protocols, dynamic datapoint thresholds, root cause analysis, vastly expanded public cloud monitoring, and much, much more.
Rolling out through the middle of December, v.129 highlights include new monitoring for AWS EMR, AWS Transit Gateway, and Oracle, as well as several Alerts page UI enhancements.
Note: With v.128, we announced the release of phase one of our early warning system, initially slated to go live at the end of November. Since then, root cause analysis has been fully rolled out, but we are continuing to enable all aspects of dynamic thresholds across customer portals. We anticipate this work to be completed around mid-December and will extend the one-month trial period accordingly.
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Upon your account’s upgrade to v.129, import our new and updated LogicModules from the LogicMonitor repository to expand and enhance your monitoring coverage.
▲ As a result of user feedback, the left-hand navigation menu has been darkened and now features menu labels, and the background color of the Alerts page has been changed from blue to gray.
As part of LogicMonitor’s ongoing UI initiative, we’ll soon be launching a brand new interface for the management of LogicModules. This new interface, called the Integrations page, will provide a centralized view into all LogicModule integrations (e.g. DataSources, PropertySources, EventSources, etc.) that are available for use in your monitoring activities.
▲ The new Integrations page brings the LogicMonitor repository right into the platform. Using the LM Exchange tab, you can easily browse, search, and import new and updated LogicModules—whether published by LogicMonitor or by a member of the LogicMonitor user community. (UI image captured from alpha version; subject to change.)
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