FrameFlow v2020.10 has been released, fixing an issue with saving authentication profiles. We recommend upgrading as soon as possible to avoid issues. See our change log for complete details.
FrameFlow v2020.9 has been released. This update is a maintenance release and includes fixes for recently reported issues. See our change log for complete details.
FrameFlow 2020.8 is now available for download. Version 2020.8 is a major update that adds two-factor authentication, IPv6 addressing, Amazon AWS monitoring, a refreshed interface and much more.
We are very happy to announce that FrameFlow 2020.7 is now available for download. For those of you who are developing monitoring scripts using Perl, we've added support for Strawberry Perl.
FrameFlow includes a wealth of IT monitoring features, so many that some of them might not be obvious at first glance. To shine a light on some of our more powerful hidden features, we've added a new tutorials section on our web site.
Drop by the new section to learn more about getting started with FrameFlow, about system health monitoring, and about SNMP bandwidth monitoring. We're adding more tutorials every week so check back often for new tips, techniques, and feature highlights.
After applying the Windows Updates for May 2020 on your FrameFlow server, you may start seeing unexpected messages in the user interface. You may see a message about an expired session or an invalid session ID.
A fix for this issue is available in our customer portal.
FrameFlow v2020.2 has been released. New in this release are options to show trend lines and predictions in your dashboard and report graphs. IT monitoring data changes rapidly and when you're looking at a graph, it's not always immediately clear how the data is trending.
FrameFlow can now auto generate trend lines so you can quickly see patterns in the data you collect. Not only that, it can take the existing data and generate predictions so you can anticipate future conditions in advance.
We are very happy to announce that FrameFlow v2020.1 has been released. This new version includes many new options and features. The major addition is the new Info status level. Alerts with info status appear in blue in the interface and in your dashboards and reports. We've also added new SNMP monitoring options, the ability to mark favorite network interfaces, two new dashboard themes called Cardo and Cardo Dark, new grouping option for email notifications, a new tag library option and much more.
Customers can upgrade by logging into their account on our web site. If you are currently evaluating FrameFlow, download the trial edition again and run the setup to upgrade while preserving all of your settings.
There's a beta release of FrameFlow v2020.1 available. Version 2020.1 will introduce a new Info status level that sits between the existing Success and Warning levels. Info status appears in blue and is best used for conditions that you want to know about but don't really qualify as a full-blown alert.
In this release the Info status level is available in the Windows Update event monitor and in the File event monitor. In the official v2020.1 release, which is due in mid-February, it will be available in the majority of the other event monitor types as well.
Existing customers can get the beta release by logging into their account on our web site. If you are currently evaluating FrameFlow, and would like to try the beta, get in touch with our support staff who can provide you with instructions on how to access it and upgrade.