Ability to install the Dependency Agent on Ubuntu501 votes
Add the ability to export the server listing (to excel, text file, etc.) which could then be used for internal asset management comparisons
Add the ability to export the server listing (to excel, text file, etc.) which could then be used for internal asset management comparisons. We could use this export against the Security Map export to validate server missing. Would also allow us to compare that export with an internal Asset Management inventory list to find deltas in machines not having the Dependency agent installed. we have a large organization (3,500+ servers) and we want to make sure all servers get the Monitoring and dependency agent.33 votes
You can build a query and export its results to XLSX. You can automate this.
Make Service Map available for Europe region.25 votes
We are excited to announce that we deployed Service Map to the West Europe region ahead of schedule.
On entering the Service Map solution you have to wait for the Loading Map Data message to disappear before you can start to use the Filter field. This can make you wait 20-30 seconds to render a service map for a server that you're not interested in.
Would be nicer to drop start to a quick loading Service Map overview screen or just not render anything.3 votes
We have changed the behavior so Service Map no longer loads the first machine by default. In addition, we have made several improvements to overall map load time and navigation once the map is loaded.
It would be useful if IP addresses of back-end machines and front-end clients without agents were resolved in DNS. Presently these nodes are shown as plain IP addresses.
Preferably the DNS lookup should be performed on the Dependency agent.1 vote
This feature has shipped for back-end dependencies that don’t have a agent.
Installing the Service mapping dependency agent *may* cause the computer to spontaneously to reboot. A note or warning to this effect would be welcome.1 vote
The latest version of our agent (9.0.3 or later) has this fix in it. Our agent will not force a reboot, but there is a new flag you can set if you WANT it to reboot if necessary (only necessary if there are locked files).
When Map too large to display allow to select less services connection to display or display list mode1 vote
Yesterday we checked in the new feature to group connections to back-end machines that don’t have an agent by port, and increased the threshold for the number of nodes and edges maps can render.
This feature will allow you to display much more complex maps, and provides a new capability to understand the nature of the connections from the focused machine to back-ends without an agent.
We will continue to invest in ways to filter and simplify maps, but this should address any maps you have that weren’t rendering previously.
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