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).
Get your hands on v2016.6, our sixth major update for the year and one of the biggest ones ever. New graphs, new event monitors, new options, it’s packed full of features.
We updated the v2016.6 pre-release today and it adds some great new features and options. In particular we’ve added a new Status Graphs section to the Status tab for event monitors.
Want to get a sneak peak at what is coming in the next major FrameFlow update?
We are very happy to announce that the official release for v2016.5 is now available for download. This update includes a number of new features and performance enhancements.
Have you looked at FrameFlow Multi-Site Monitor and wondered how it works? To learn more about it, watch our two minute presentation. It explains how our unique multi-site technology can help you to distribute your monitoring tasks and scale up your configuration to 1000’s of systems.
Building FrameFlow Server Monitor: A Day in the Life
We do our best to keep our software lean and mean. Our business is 100% based on a try-before-you-buy model, so it’s important that we make a great first impression and part of that has to do with the ease of deployment and perception of quality. There are few things we hate more than when we go to download a simple utility to get a job done and it weighs over 500 megs in size.
Keeping our software fast, efficient and small isn’t always an easy thing. We’re sometimes at the mercy of third-party components that we integrate with and sometimes we have to deal with problems thrown our way by the development tools that we use.
Recently we faced a challenge along these lines and here is how it played out…