• Effective Date: August 2021
  • Announcement Date: May 2021

As of the effective date:

  • Classic partner-level search is no longer available

The classic partner search is replaced with the new search feature within the infrastructure page.

The new search feature provides the same query abilities in addition to the following:

  • Queries are powered by the OpsRamp advanced query language.
  • Key resource details (such as alerts) display in the search UI.
  • Navigation during troubleshooting or ad-hoc searching is easier.

Client ID format for new clients

  • Effective Date: August 2021
  • Announcement Date: June 2021

Beginning with release version 10.0.0, the client IDs for new clients will have a 36-character format. For example:

486k5032-g13a-47b8-a068-bc37e0e7ffee

Note: This change applies only to new clients. Existing clients are unaffected.

Device Type attribute

  • Effective Date: August 2021
  • Announcement Date: January 2019

As of the effective date:

  • The Device Type attribute is deprecated.
  • The Resource Type¬†attribute replaces the Device Type attribute.

This attribute is visible in various pages that involve resource selection filters and on the Resource Attributes page.

Attribute Name

Attribute Name

Legacy reports

  • Effective Date: August 2021
  • Announcement Date: November 2020

As of the effective date, the following are no longer available:

  • Integration activity report
  • Report log
  • Interface report

Topology API v2

  • Effective Date: August 2021
  • Announcement Date: June 2021

The Topology API v2 has been deprecated. To continue API support for capturing edges and relationship data, migrate to the Topology API v7. There is no delta between the v2 and v7 APIs in terms of payload and URL or query parameters.

The following code syntax examples show the changes between v2 and v7.

V2 API: https://<opsramp-url>/api/v2/tenants/{tenantId}/topology/{resourceUUID}

V7 API: https://<opsramp-url>/graph/api/v7/tenants/{tenantId}/topology/{resourceUUID}

Trusted root certificates

  • Effective Date: August 2021
  • Announcement Date: May 2021

As of the effective date:

  • Servers must have trusted SSL/TLS root certificates from standard certificate authorities (CA) installed.

Trusted certificates are validated done through OpsRamp agents. Agent connections are validated to ensure that a managed server has trusted root certificates.

By default, servers with standard OS installations should have trusted root certificates installed. This change should be transparent to your servers.

Action: For servers with a non-standard OS installation, make sure that trusted root certificates are installed.