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The v.67 release was focused mainly on fine tuning the UI, as the backed teams are working hard to bring you some great data and Services improvements in November. You will find some helpful improvements though, such as the ability to search most settings pages and better device page functionality.
Update: The latest SiteMonitor version will support TLS 1.1 and 1.2. It will not support TLS 1.0, as previously announced.
We have additional changes for alerting around invalid certificates, but will introduce these in a future release.
By popular demand, the ability to search has been added to:
As with elsewhere in the application, Search can be used across fields. For example, in Escalation chains you can search chain name, description, destinations, and cc fields.
We have some Device Tree improvements in the works, hopefully coming to you in v.68. In the meantime, some other requests have been put into place:
If the device name and IP are distinct, both will display in the breadcrumb:
We’ve also added a link in the header. If a link is added in the manage device screen, clicking the icon will open a new window with the device URL.
The link for the datasource global definition has been moved to reduce clutter, which also allows for enough space for the datasource description:
We improved the manage button, making more clear that there is an option to manage the device, or to select the drop down for more functionality. Each button will low light on hover.
Last, but far from least, we’ve added instance descriptions into the Device Tree:
In the HTML widget configuration, a new option is available to embed iframe content.
The Top Applications table is now Top Talkers. This is a more accurate description of the data that is presented, as it is a view of which IPs have the most flows. The Top Ports table is now labeled Top Applications, as the table is a summary of which Applications (represented by ports) have the most traffic.