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LogicMonitor v.151 is scheduled to roll out to customer portals from April 19th through April 28th.
The new header graph and alert grouping functionality is now generally available on all LogicMonitor accounts. In an earlier version of this feature, the time-series header graph provided immediate visual insight into an alert storm or related events requiring investigation. In this release, we’ve improved the performance of the alert grouping and added a new Tree Map visualization option for the header graph.
The Tree Map graph allows you to select two dimensions when grouping alerts. For example, you can select LogicModule and Resources to get a grouping of all LogicModules that are “in alert” for the given time range, as well as a count of the number of resources with each LogicModule alert. Using the header graph to drill down into a LogicModule will further group the alerts by Resources with that LogicModule alert.
For more information about the alert graph header and alert grouping, see Managing Alerts from the Alerts Page.
helm repo add logicmonitor https://logicmonitor.github.io/k8s-helm-charts
New and updated LogicModules are available for you to import from the LogicMonitor Public Repository. This section lists the LogicModules that are new in this release, updated in this release, or will be removed in a future release. Changes related to the LogicModule feature will be listed under the General Updates section.
This table lists LogicModules which we are deprecating in this release, this means that these LogicModules will be removed in a future release. A replacement LogicModule is listed, if there is one available.
For the list of LogicModules deprecated over the past five releases, see the support article Deprecated LogicModules.
The OpenMetric DataSource Wizard will be available on sandbox account environments soon. The wizard requires EA Collector 30.100. The wizard can be used to quickly load OpenMetrics (Prometheus exposition format) from a provided URL endpoint and create a DataSource for ingesting the data into your LogicMonitor account. If you are interested in participating in the beta, please contact your CSM for more information.
We have decided to focus on improving the LogicMonitor Rest API, which has higher security standards and integration capabilities that are more in-line with our future development goals. This means that we are preparing to end support for the RPC API with the upcoming release of LogicMonitor v.156. If you are using the RPC API for Ansible, reach out to Support for guidance on migrating playbooks to the REST API.
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