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r2020.05.1

January 16, 2020

New and updated

  • Monitoring policies: When testing a monitoring policy workflow using Test Workflow, the output now shows the name of the ruleset instead of the ruleset ID. 


  • AWS: AWS tags can now be imported as attributes.


  • Monitoring policies: Regex can now be used when creating a ruleset based on FQDNs.


  • Monitoring policies: Set Attribute is now available as an action when creating monitoring policy rulesets.


  • Monitoring policies: Interpolation of instance attributes is now supported when setting the Instance Group in the monitoring policy workflow. This is behind a feature flag, so please reach out if you're interested in trying it out. The help topic covering this feature in detail is in progress and will be available soon. 

Fixed

  • Monitoring policies: The Ruleset name is not wrapping correctly.
  • Templates: When using the reapply template functionality on a template page, template application appears to be happening synchronously.

r2020.04.1

January 14, 2020

Fixed

  • AWS: Initial AWS cloud scan added commas to FQDNs.
  • Maintenance: The Maintenance Schedules page is not displaying pagination buttons.
  • Integrations: Webhook incident variables are leaking across action types.
  • OnSight: The OnSight configuration drawer does not render correctly.


R2020.03.1

January 13, 2020

New and updated

  • Synthetic checks: Browser Synthetics are no longer required to be run against the primary FQDN of the instance they're configured on.
  • Dashboard: SNMP Heartbeat selection ability in the metric selector in dashboards.

  • Added ServerID and ServerKey to the header of incident emails.
  • Monitoring policies: Case sensitivity can now be selected when creating a ruleset using Tags.

Fixed

  • Templates: When editing a template's instance group, the modal is not rendered correctly if the template's name includes an apostrophe (').
  • OnSight: The OnSight installation command is malformed when using IE11.
  • Dashboard: Fields with a value of N/A caused table widget columns for availability to be sorted incorrectly. 
  • Templates: Applying multiple thresholds in an override metric caused metrics to override each other. 
  • Template: Filter options in templates for Nagios are not behaving correctly
  • Instance Details page: The Tags field of the Instance Configuration drawer splits up tags that have commas (,).

r2020.01.1

January 3, 2020

New and updated

  • Monitoring policies: When creating a ruleset based on Tags, regex can now be used to further isolate instances that have single tags with multiple match strings.
  • Monitoring policies: When duplicating monitoring policy rulesets, the created ruleset will now have - Copy appended to its name. For example, Cassandra - Copy.

Fixed

  • The Outstanding Invoices section of the invoice does not show the discounts and correct amounts.


r2019.93.1

December 19, 2019

New and updated

  • Monitoring policies: The FQDN condition when creating or updating a monitoring policy rule is now case-insensitive.


  • Synthetic checks: Chrome is now the default option for browser synthetic multistep checks.
  • Monitoring policies: The tag matching logic for monitoring policy rules has been updated. The following conditions are now available:

    ConditionDescription
    Has Exact Tags (Some)At least one tag is on the instance
    Has Exact Tags (All)
    All tags are on the instance
    Has Partial Tags (Some)One tag at least partially matches the instance's tag
    Has Partial Tags (All)
    All tags at least partially match the instance's tag 
    Does Note Have Exact Tags (Some)None of the tags appear on the instance
    Does Note Have Exact Tags (All)
    All of the tags do not appear on the instance
    Does Not Have Partial Tags (Some)None of the tags partially match the instance's tag
    Does Not Have Partial Tags (All)All of the tags partially match the instance's tag 

Fixed

  • The Webhooks Incident Close URL uses the Incident Detection URL when performing a GET request.
  • Dashboard: Some new metrics are not appearing on bar charts.

r2019.92.1

December 17, 2019

New and updated

  • VMWare: By default, the monitoring location for hosts is now set to the OnSight which imported it.
  • VMWare: VMWare hosts now only provision the total CPU usage instead of individual core-level usage metrics.
  • Templates: When applying a template from within the Control Panel, application will now take place asynchronously.

Fixed

  • VMWare: VMWare credential is being reported as Invalid even if the correct username/password is used.
  • SNMP: The SNMP last sync time is using the last discovery sync time instead of the overall last sync time.
  • AWS: Some users are unable to import Amazon RedShift clusters into Panopta.

r2019.91.1

December 10, 2019

New and updated

  • Templates: Instances discovered by the OnSight can now be converted to a network device. 

Selecting the Network Device option will also allow you to configure SNMP credentials.
  • Dashboard: Clicking on a metric from a dashboard widget will now open the Instance Details page of the instance associated with the metric and scroll to the metric in question.
  • API: A Master Tenant can now share OnSight groups to subtenants using the API.
    JSP (JavaServer Pages)
    GET https://api2.panopta.com/v2/onsight_group/{ID}

    where ID is the OnSight's group ID.
  • Metrics: The metrics displayed on the Metric Configuration drawer are now limited to the instance's OS.
  • OnSight: Improvements to OnSight sync processing performance.
  • Instance Details page: Optimized the way graphs are rendered in the Performance section of the Instance Details page.
  • Network devices: Added support for SNMP trap deduplication.


Fixed

  • Integrations: When leveraging SSO, opening an outage from Slack redirects the user to the Panopta login page instead of the incident's details page.
  • AWS: The AWS IP address is used as the FQDN instead of the hostname after performing a cloud discovery.
  • Dashboard: The metrics on some line graphs are displayed incorrectly.
  • Control panel: Rendering numeric columns in Firefox causes an infinite loop that crashes when data is null.
  • Maintenance: Some maintenance schedules are not running on the correct days.
  • Templates: Unable to set CounterMeasures using templates.
  • Monitoring policies: The changes to a duplicated ruleset are applied to the ruleset it was cloned from.

r2019.89.1

December 3, 2019

New and updated 

  • API: The API token list now shows brand-level tokens if the current or original user is a brand/site admin.

Fixed

  • Instance Details page: The Tunnels state table under the Performance section is showing incorrect values.
  • Templates: Descriptions of metric thresholds are removed when network device templates are applied.
  • Metrics: The File Path field in the Metric configuration drawer is rendered incorrectly for some metrics.
  • Control panel: The Add Group modal does not render when invoked from the control panel.


R2019.88.1

December 2, 2019

New and updated 

  • Templates: When applying a template from the Instance Details page, the template selection is now limited based on the instance. For example, applying a template to a network device instance will only show the list of network device-type templates. Generic templates will not be displayed.
  • Templates: Port discovery is now automatically triggered when a template is applied to a network device.
  • Instance Details page: You can now see the list of dashboards that link to the instance from the Instance Details page.

    Select View. The Dashboard Usage drawer, listing the dashboards that use the instance, slides out.

  • Templates: An SNMP credential is no longer required when configuring a template for network devices.
  • CounterMeasures: The Add CounterMeasure button was removed from the metric configuration drawer of instances that are not Agent-based.

Fixed

The following issues were fixed in this release:

  • Dashboard: The Dashboard header gets hidden when the Customer Indicator option is enabled.
  • Maintenance: Some maintenance schedules are applied to the wrong instances when selecting instances by tag.
  • Tags: Duplicate tags are applied to some instances.
  • Dashboard: Metric filtering issue
  • Metrics: Including in the availability indicator is not being honored for Agent metrics.
  • Instance Details page: When expanding a graph from the Performance section, the custom timeframe selector does not trigger a date-time selector.
  • Dashboard: Some resolved incidents are not appearing in the Resolved Incident widget.