In March, we released two new updates for FrameFlow, v2023.2 and v2023.3. In version 2023.2, we added new features like the ability to use Microsoft Azure app registrations to send email alerts, new filtering options for the administration history, and more. Check out the v2023.2 What's New post for more details.
Our current release is FrameFlow v2023.3, so make sure to log in and update as soon as is convenient. FrameFlow v2023.3 contains new support for Amazon AWS S3 and more options for the HP iLO Event Monitor.
One feature in our latest version, v2023.3, that we want to highlight is a new dashboard panel that shows event monitor results. Use it to display results from crucial event monitors in a tabular format for easy viewing. You can do this with any event monitor that displays a table, like the SNMP Event Monitor and our database event monitors for Oracle, MySQL, ODBC, and more.
FrameFlow's Graph Explorer now has its own blog exposé covering all its features and navigation shortcuts. Did you know that you can use our new and improved graph features to make predictions about future monitoring data based on current trends? All this and much more is discussed in our Graph Explorer blog post. Don't miss it!
That's all for this newsletter! To view past newsletters, click here. As always, feel free to contact us with fixes or suggestions. It's user feedback like yours that helps us keep FrameFlow moving forward.
The FrameFlow Team
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