Visualize the performance of your entire container infrastructure, identify and investigate performance issues, and take control of the applications deployed.
With Applications Manager, you can now monitor the availability and performance of Radius servers, and proactively alert administrators of authentication, authorization, or accounting bottlenecks encountered by the NPS Server.
Monitor AWS billing statistics and obtain detailed expenditure reports that break down your costs based on service.
With Applications Manager's integration with Alarms One, receive email, SMS, and voice call notifications and act on your alarms anywhere, anytime! Simplify alert management with features like on-call scheduling, escalations, noise reduction, and so on.
With Applications Manager, you can now integrate third-party SMS gateways, and start receiving alerts instantly.
Applications Manager now provides round the clock monitoring for Amazon Dynamo DB, a fully managed NoSQL database offered by Amazon AWS. You can now track key metrics like read and write capacity units, latency, throttled requests,
secondary indexes, streams and much more.
Ensure optimal performance of your Azure SQL Database servers. Track key performance indicators, troubleshoot deadlocks, monitor active sessions and much more.
With our new web transaction recorder, you can now record transactions for both real- browser monitoring and URL sequence monitoring. Record web transactions and user transactions using a single transaction recorder.
You can now track key metrics of your Microsoft SQL monitor like SQL database connection details, configuration details, database actions, job history reports, replication agent history, server database mirroring,
Extended support up to version 12.x to enhance monitoring experience of your WebLogic servers. Experience increased application availability, proactive alerts and much more (available from build 13800 onwards).
Applications Manager now supports monitoring of SAP HANA (on premise) and SAP MaxDB database queries in Database Query Monitor (available from build 13860 onwards).
Applications Manager has roped in machine learning techniques to give a boost to your forecast reports. This feature will help users make accurate estimates of growth trend of attributes like disk utilization of servers, database size, etc.so that they can plan capacity better. You can view the forecast by growth trend upto 3 years (available from build 13860 onwards).
SSH connectivity has been enhanced using Key Exchange (KEX) method with support for diffie-helamn-group14-sha256, diffie-helman-group 15-sha512, diffie-helman-group 16-sha512, diffie-helman-group 17-sha512, and diffie-helman-group 17-sha512 algorithms. You can now select the preferred KEX algorithm that is to be used while establishing connection via SSH.
Avail capacity planning under scheduled reports.You can now receive the undersized and over sized server details by configuring a schedule reports of capacity planning type (available from build 13840 onwards).
Password protection has been added for reports that are exported in pdf format.
Admins can now grant permission to delegated admins for creating actions.
You can now customize alarms in MS SQL for last run status and current execution status of jobs.
You can now enable/disable the "Managed server down" email alerts from the admin server directly via UI and Rest API (available from build 13830 onwards).
With our new feature, you can now view server disk utilization details of a particular monitor for a specific time interval configured by the user
Applications Manager now supports Automatic proxy configuration URL for End-User Monitoring. EUM agent uses the proxy settings defined in the PAC file.
On scheduling a report with threshold action profile CSV as report type, you can receive mail with in-detail report. Threshold and action profile CSV report feature has been added under schedule reports (available from build 13820 onwards).