Alright, so NPM 10.2 has just gone out the door and our developers already have some fun stuff to play with! We have just created the first Beta for our next release of NPM. One of the biggest changes you will notice is the new shiny charts! I know you'll want to start using these in your production environment today, but remember that betas are specficially for testing in lab environments and not for using in production (they aren't supported). If you are currently using our network monitoring software NPM, and interested in taking the beta for a spin, fill out this survey and I'll send you the download information.
Here is a brief list of the other items available in the first beta:
- Alert enhancements for table based UnDPs
- Native support for Alaxala and Apresia
- Better support for international customers
To see the other items we are still working on in the next release of NPM network monitor, see What we are working on for NPM.
Without further ado, new charts!
Some of the new charts on NPM network management software will be enabled by default during the Beta. When the next version of NPM launches, we will not turn them on by default because we are still in the process of updating all of the charts (you might notice that only a few charts are represented above). We will provide instructions to easily enable the new charts that are ready if you just can't wait. Again, if you want to see these charts in your network today, just fill out this survey!