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Our team has been busy working through getting some new features ready for your consumption. Check out the list below, and let us know if you have any questions.
We've modified the look of our login page somewhat. It still works the same, but it's a lot prettier.
We've added some new features to reporting in this release:
Users can now report on individual DNS server metrics, at either the DNS or network layer. Simply choose to group by server to get your widgets configured.
Users can now configure a custom percentile option in reporting. Add a measure using a percentile value, select a metric, and choose the 'nth Percentile' measure, then add the percentile value. The 98th percentile option has been removed from the list of selectable measures, and replaced with this option.
We've also added tooltips to pie charts; when hovering over a section of a pie chart (or the legend), you'll see the values for the particular pie segment the mouse is hovered over.
We've changed the method to rename a widget. Prior to this release, users would click the pencil icon beside the widget label to rename the widget. Beginning today, click the menu option (in the upper right corner of the widget), select 'rename' from the context menu and give your widget a new name.
As we continue working through the Beta phase for Agent to Agent tests, we've made a few changes.
We've enabled path trace and BGP alerts on these tests. Users can now select these alert rules in their test settings.
Users can also report on Agent-to-Agent metrics. We've added the following metrics to the list of reportable metrics:
All of the options can be charted in either a specific direction, or both directions.
We've made some changes which vastly improve the performance of activity log searches.
For customers leveraging DNS+, you'll now be able to add tests for new top level domains (TLDs). Prior to this update, certain top level domains would come up unresolvable.
On the bug front, our in-house exterminators have been busy. All of the bugs below were corrected between releases, however they are being included here to close the loop.
Organizations leveraging our Lite plan would under certain circumstances show an incorrect agent allocation, preventing customers from adding up to 3 enterprise agents.
On test settings, for HTTP Server and Page Load tests, customers may have noticed newly created tests were ignoring some advanced options.
In certain cases, tests cloned from other tests where advanced options were configured were cloned without the advanced options set.
Why so much feedback? Because we love hearing from you - just drop us a note, any day, any time. Feedback is always welcome!