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v.73 brings more much awaited functionality. Although it has some dependencies, such as a collector upgrade for Netscan, we think you’ll be happy with what you see.
While Netscan has been available for some time, the configuration has been limited. The new Netscan features fall into three categories:
Managing Unmonitored Devices:
Devices that are discovered but not added to a group can be easily filtered, sorted, and dragged into groups, to help quickly get them monitored in the right place.
To take advantage of these features, you will need EA collector 21.019 or higher.
Note: To support the new functionality, existing netscan policies have been converted to one policy per schedule.
Alert thresholds have always been highly customizable, but at times it has been tricky to determine which threshold would take effect. The latest set of improvements are designed to provide an at a glance view of which thresholds will be in effect, and to make it easy to navigate between threshold levels.
The Google Map Widget configuration was updated to make it easier to select device groups, devices, or all members of a device group. Just in time, as the new widget pins now also provide more information about device or group status.
This release includes support for the AWS Seoul region (ap-northeast-2) and Lambda. Note that Lambda monitoring requires a new datasource – this datasource is not yet available, but will be added to our core repository soon.
Services Testing Locations – IP updates
There have been updates made to the Services Testing Location IPs in DC, Dublin and Singapore regions. Details can be found here, and the changes will take effect for your account with the v.73 release.
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