Category: Announcements

v2017.1 Pre-Release Available Now

We are very happy to announce that a pre-release of our big version 2017.1 is now available for download! To get the pre-release log into your account on our site. There you’ll find the Pre-Release Downloads section which includes a download link. As always just run the setup and it will take care of the upgrade for you.

There are a ton of new features in v2017.1 and here are a few highlights: Read more

FrameFlow Server Monitoring Throughput Test v2017.1
FrameFlow Server Monitoring Throughput Test v2017.1

Dramatic Increase in Monitoring Throughput for Multiple IT Systems Pending in v2017.1

Since the beginning we’ve focused on monitoring performance, tuning our monitoring engine and our data storage technology to eek out the best gains possible, allowing you to monitor more systems with fewer resources. It’s those efforts that have helped us to deploy massive installs monitoring thousands of systems from a single FrameFlow installation.

Today we’re happy to show you how, in v2017.1, we’ve achieved some pretty massive improvements. Let’s take a look.

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Hotfix for Linux/SSH Command Event Monitor

One of the many event monitors included with FrameFlow is our Linux/SSH Command event monitor. With it you can connect to any system that supports SSH (maybe even Windows Server someday), run a command and parse the results.

We recently released a hotfix for this event monitor and here you can learn more about it.

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FrameFlow Uses MQTT to Monitor IoT Sensors and Devices
FrameFlow Uses MQTT to Monitor IoT Sensors and Devices

FrameFlow Leverages Versatile MQTT Protocol to Monitor IoT Sensors and Devices

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).

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