What We're Working On for AppOptics (Updated: July 22, 2021)

Since the post was last updated we have released: 

  • MFA support
  • updated the Live Chat experience
  • Added the ability to remove users in user management
  • Email verification for login.

For snap agents, we have released IIS-Native plugin support, and multiline support for logs. 

For APM agents: 

Many of these features were delivered as part of our commitment to harden the security of our service. See our release notes here. We'd love to hear what you think!

What's Next? 

  • Code profiling for the APM Ruby Agent 
  • .NET Framework agent support for Azure App Service 
  • Docker for Windows support
    • https://thwack.solarwinds.com/product-forums/appoptics/i/feature-requests/docker-for-windows-support
  • Open Telemetry support for APM agents - if there's an agent you're interested in, please note in the comments so I can reach out to you for feedback
  • Updates to the AppOptics user experience - reach out to let us know if you'd like to participate in user research sessions to ensure your voice is heard 
  • Security Improvements - Our users' privacy and security is a top priority and we are taking all necessary steps to harden our service.

If there is something you would like to see on our roadmap, please make sure to submit a new or vote for an existing feature request.

Anonymous
  • It would really be great to have agents (Snapagent & Java agent) with ARM64 support. Graviton2 CPUs are substantially more affordable than Intel instances on AWS.  We'd like to migrate all our work workloads later this year and the lack of support by Solarwinds is currently a showstopper for us. Just to point to the obvious - DataDog as well as NewRelic have enabled their agents for ARM64 already.