Highlights of the GA4.11 release:
- Centralised Gateways — Gateway can now store its setup in the Gateway Hub. This provides a central area where multiple Gateway setups can be shared and managed.
- Context-sensitive help — improved the Context-sentive help (CSH) in Gateway Setup Editor (GSE).
- Improved responsive design for viewing documentation on mobile.
- Multiple managed entities are now supported on Self-Announcing Netprobes.
- Netprobe is now available as an RPM package.
- Object Inspector dockable — the Object Inspector dockable that supports the style, properties, and datasets of objects is now available in the Active Dashboard.
- REST Extractor plug-in — the REST Extractor plug-in is a new plug-in for reading data from REST APIs.
- Set command line arguments from a file.
- Single sign-on works for Gateway Setup Editor (GSE).
- New integrations:
- Kubernetes monitoring — the Kubernetes Monitoring integration uses the Kubernetes API to monitor the Kubernetes nodes, services, routes, and other components.
- OpenShift monitoring — the OpenShift Monitoring integration uses the OpenShift API to monitor the OpenShift projects, pods, services, routes, and other components.
- RabbitMQ monitoring — the RabbitMQ integration enables you to retrieve all metrics available in your RabbitMQ environment and display them as dataviews in Geneos.
ITRS Capacity Planner
Highlights of the v100 release:
- Cluster headroom — drive time series information can now be viewed from the headroom dialog window.
- Residuals — the residuals can now be visualized using reports.
- Reports — improvements were introduced in the following advanced reports:
- Metric analysis — multi-chart
- Metric analysis — single-chart
ITRS OP5 Monitor
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