It is my pleasure to announce that WPM 3.0 RC1 is now available in your customer portal.
Each release candidate is a fully tested and supported version of the product and you can upgrade current production servers, while retaining your complete configuration and history.
What's New in WPM 3.0 RC1
New features and improvements
If you're looking for release notes and other supporting documentation, please click the links below:
WPM 3.0 release notes
WPM 3.0 system requirements
WPM 3.0 Getting Started Guide (see attached PDF)
WPM 3.0 Administrator Guide (see attached PDF)
- The WPM Recorder and WPM Players are now based on Chromium! No more dependence on IE! - What's New in WPM 3.0 - Chromium Based Recorder and Player
Also included in this release are some great new platform wide features:
- Microsoft Azure SQL database support - Azure DB Support
- Updated calculations provide consistent node statuses across Orion Platform products. - Orion Platform 2019.2 - Enhanced Node Status
- Centralized Main Polling Engine Upgrade - All future upgrades can now be installed from within the Orion web interface - Orion Platform 2019.2 - Install/Upgrade Improvements Part 1
- Orion Maps Enhancements - Build and customize map layouts. Place Orion maps on any dashboard - Orion Platform 2019.2 - Orion Maps 2.0!
- Automated, configurable removal of unknown volumes - Orion Platform 2019.2 - Additional Improvements
- Improved Orion Configuration Wizard run times
Your Feedback Counts!
We are incredibly interested in your feedback, and what's even better is that when you participate by downloading and installing the RC, you get thwack points. More importantly your feedback shapes our products. Post your thoughts, questions and concerns into the RC forum and not only will you be able to get some SolarWinds swag, but we the WPM team will be watching for input to make the product better and better. In addition, sometimes you'll come up with a brand new feature ideas that we would want to consider for a future version. The best place to capture those ideas would be Web Performance Monitor Feature Requests and as you can see from our What We Are Working On for WPM page, we take those inputs very seriously.