(Updated October 18, 2016)
Now that we’ve gotten LEM 6.3 out the door, I’m excited to announce that we are working on the following:
- Basic HTML5 Events Console – The first big step in moving away from Flash and to HTML5. Although it will be a long road to get completely away from Flash, we are working on that first step.
- Update Debian – The great advantage of a secured, hardened virtual appliance is you, the user, don’t need to worry about the underlying OS. However, we spend a great amount of time making sure Debian and required packages are up to date and there are no known vulnerabilities.
- Allow disk growth beyond 2 TB
Although this might seem like a short list, there is a tremendous amount of work required to make progress on delivering functionality in HTML5. We think you’ll be happy with the direction we are going. We are actively looking for existing customers to give feedback. If you are interested, we’d love to hear from you!
Be sure to let us know here, and in the Log & Event Manager Feature Requests forum, if there are features you're really keen on. This list doesn't enumerate a lot of the features we're looking into for long term development and further releases, but we continually use Thwack as our biggest source of feedback.