FrameFlow is making the move to 64 bits. Read more to find out how it affects your monitoring configuration.
FrameFlow v2016.6 introduced new monitoring options for Dell iDRAC systems. Let’s take a closer look.
As FrameFlow evolves with our maturing technological landscape, we are pleased to announce that our software is now capable of monitoring a virtually unlimited range of devices by the leveraging the power of Message Queue Telemetry Transport, aka MQTT. Why is this important? MQTT is a versatile and lightweight messaging protocol that is finding an increasing number of applications on the Internet of Things (IoT).
Get your hands on v2016.6, our sixth major update for the year and one of the biggest ones ever. New graphs, new event monitors, new options, it’s packed full of features.
For a long time you’ve been able to use our SQL Server event monitor to make sure your databases are up, healthy and running. One of its most powerful features has been the ability to run any SQL query or stored procedure that you choose and then check the results. In v2016.6 we are taking this to the next level.
We updated the v2016.6 pre-release today and it adds some great new features and options. In particular we’ve added a new Status Graphs section to the Status tab for event monitors.
You rely on FrameFlow to monitor your critical IT systems but what happens if the system hosting your FrameFlow configuration goes down? FrameFlow’s failover options are designed to handle that case elegantly and easily.
As modern civilization continues to advance, fuelled in many ways by innovations in digital technology, all types of businesses and government organizations are becoming increasingly dependant on the IT infrastructure powered by Windows Servers.
In our 2016.5 release we implemented an important performance enhancement for SNMP monitoring. Let’s look at the details.
Want to get a sneak peak at what is coming in the next major FrameFlow update?