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Happy New Year! LogicMonitor has a lot of exciting initiatives planned for 2020 and we’re hitting the ground running. Rolling out through early February, our first release of the year features improved alert display, a template for monitoring data in open source OpenMetrics format (previously known as Prometheus), and new out-of-the-box monitoring for Azure backup jobs (available once release is fully rolled out), AWS CloudSearch domains, GCP Dataproc clusters, Cisco HyperFlex, and others.
HEADS UP! After running in parallel with the new Alerts page UI for 90 days, the old Alerts page UI is retiring with v.130. The temporary toggle that allowed navigation between the new and old UI is removed, leaving only the new Alerts page UI accessible. The new Alerts page does not support Microsoft Internet Explorer 11. If you are using IE11, we strongly recommend that you move to a supported LogicMonitor browser as soon as possible to avoid any disruptions in your monitoring operations.
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Upon your account’s upgrade to v.130, import our new and updated LogicModules from the LogicMonitor repository to expand and enhance your monitoring coverage.
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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