Since our February newsletter, there's been one new release. The current version of FrameFlow is now v2022.3.
Key changes in v2022.3 include added support for TLS 1.2 connections with the HP iLO Event Monitor, ease-of-use changes to FrameFlow's user interface, and more. Make sure to check out our What's New blog post to learn more about the changes made in v2022.3.
Now that we've finished releasing our collection of dashboard tutorials, we've begun releasing tutorials themed around SNMP. So far, we've released tutorials on the SNMP Uptime Event Monitor and the SNMP Process Event Monitor.
Our SNMP Uptime Event Monitor records the uptime of all connected network devices. It sends alerts based on parameters you specify, allowing you to receive notifications the moment that reboots occur. This helps you monitor the overall health of your IT operations.
The SNMP Process Event Monitor watches your SNMP-based devices, gathers data, and alerts about the number of processes found to be running. Use it to keep tabs on an unlimited number of network devices, receiving alerts when the number of processes for any device increases past the thresholds you specify.
Make sure to visit our Features page regularly to see what we've been working on. We're releasing a tutorial on a different SNMP-related subject at the beginning of every week!
That's all for this newsletter! Thanks for tuning in. Get in touch with any questions or comments about our latest release.
The FrameFlow Team
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