Week of Nov 17, 2020
- Patch Management: Administrators now have the ability to escalate alerts after the maintenance window for patching has concluded. This enhancement makes it easier to detect alerts that may have been created during the maintenance window. For more information, see Adding and scheduling patches.
- Linux Agent: “The OpsRamp Linux Agent (For example, RHEL, Ubuntu, SUSE, and CentOS) now supports the use of a non-root user for installation. Instead, administrators can use a custom user on the linux host for deploying the OpsRamp agent. For more information, see Deploynig Agents on Linux.
- Gateway: The Gateway files (ISO, OVA, Windows Gateway, Google Cloud image) downloaded from OpsRamp are provided with SHA-256 file checksum. This enhancement helps in identifying the integrity of the downloaded file.
- New Document: Integration documentation is enhanced with new addition for Compute Integration. For more information, see Cisco Hyperflex Integration.
- Documents updated
Week of Nov 10, 2020
Event Management: Administrators can now configure event ingestion integrations to post events only if the resources are managed by OpsRamp. For resources that are not managed, the events will be dropped and not processed.
- Process Automation: Administrators now can retry process instances that may have failed. This enhancement is useful for scenarios where the script running may have timeout issues, cannot run on the target resource, or is failing.
- Cloud Monitoring: OpsRamp now discovers and monitors Google Cloud Firebase. For more information, see Google Firebase.
- Reports: Network Statistics reports can now be processed using MBPS in addition to KBPS. This enhancement is useful for administrators who want a more granular view into their network usage and are more accustomed to MBPS.
- OpsRamp IP Addresses are updated. For more information, see Public IP Addresses.
- A new Google Cloud service is added. For more information, see Google Firebase.
- New API: A new API is added that fetches supported cloud resource types (AWS, Azure, Google) with or without using smart filters during discovery. For more information, see Get cloud resource.
- Updated APIs: The following APIs are updated with the new
dropAlertsOnUnmanagedResourcesparameter that discards alerts from unmanaged resources: