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LogicMonitor v.154 is scheduled to roll out to customer portals from June 21 through June 30.
Updated on June 30, 2021
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 General Updates.
For the list of LogicModules deprecated over the past five releases, see the support article Deprecated LogicModules.
In this section you will find announcements about upcoming beta features, updates about ongoing beta features, and information about the end-of-life of existing features.
LogicMonitor’s new APM capabilities will be available to a limited number of customers starting on June 30th. You will be able to take advantage of Distributed Tracing, Push Metrics API, and OpenMetrics DataSource Wizard to associate application metrics and traces with your infrastructure for complete coverage across your entire stack.
LogicMonitor’s distributed tracing functionality will be generally available soon! With this new distributed tracing capability, you will be able to forward traces from your instrumented applications to LogicMonitor. This will enable you to see end to end traces as they flow through the services in your environment (from a new Traces page in LogicMonitor), presented with contextual metrics and logs to enable faster troubleshooting and more proactive identification of performance bottlenecks.
The Push Metrics API is now available for use in production environments, but the feature must be enabled for use.Push Metrics allows you to send metrics directly to the LogicMonitor platform via a dedicated API, removing the need to route the data through a LogicMonitor Collector. Once ingested, these metrics are presented alongside all other metrics gathered via LogicMonitor, providing a single pane for metric monitoring and alerting.
The OpenMetrics DataSource Wizard. The wizard requires the EA Collector 30.100 or later. The wizard can be used to quickly load OpenMetrics (Prometheus exposition format) data from a provided URL endpoint and create a datasource for ingesting the data into your LM account.
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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