Since our January newsletter, we've released two new updates, FrameFlow v2022.1 and v2022.2. The current release is v2022.2, so make sure to log in and upgrade if you haven't yet done so. Version 2022.2 contains key bug fixes needed to keep your FrameFlow instance running as smoothly as possible.
Other important changes in the last two updates include the ability to search for network devices by IP address, updates to event monitors to add new options, and clarity edits to the interface itself.
You may have noticed our social media sites promoting our series of tutorials that highlight features available to FrameFlow dashboards. Our two latest tutorials from the series are on the Event Monitor Queue panel and the Network Diagram panel.
The Event Monitor Queue panel gives you an under-the-hood look at the operations carried out by your event monitors. You can use it to detect processes that are running slowly, or just to take a peek at the hard work your monitors are up to!
FrameFlow's network diagram tool helps you represent your monitoring configuration visually. Our tutorial walks you through the steps required to create a visual sense of IT operations on-premises, in the cloud, or even internationally. Each network diagram starts off blank, allowing for maximum customizability. Get started with network diagrams today by reading the tutorial.
FrameFlow's latest and greatest version is v2022.2, so make sure you log in and update at your earliest convenience. Also, remember that you can take a look at our change log for a list of what's changed since the last release. For a more in-depth look at the most prominent changes, check out our What's New in FrameFlow v2022.2 blog post. Our blog is a great place to drop in and see what's up next for our software.
That's all for this newsletter! Thanks for tuning in. Get in touch with any questions or comments about our latest release and have a wonderful beginning to 2022.
The FrameFlow Team
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