We just published new tutorials on two advanced FrameFlow settings: SQL mirroring and importing/exporting your monitoring configuration.
The SQL mirroring tutorial teaches you how to integrate the event and graph data on your FrameFlow installation with other systems that exist in your IT environment. Use it to automatically insert graph and event data into database tables, to retain data for auditing purposes, and much more!
Click here to visit the tutorial.
Our other new tutorial is all about importing and exporting your FrameFlow configuration. Using the import/export settings, you can save a copy of your current FrameFlow instance as-is to revisit later. Turn on nightly exports to retain a copy of your instance every 24 hours, which you can then use to recover monitoring and diagnose issues after unexpected errors.
Visit this tutorial here.
We're gearing up to release FrameFlow v2022.13 in a week or two! Keep an eye out on our LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook pages to find out when we officially release it. It's always good practice to keep your instance up to date with the latest software updates, bug fixes, and - most excitingly - new and innovative features and functions.
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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