What We're Working On for Pingdom (Updated October 6, 2020)

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Since the post was last updated we have released an expansion of our API 3.1 to include data export capabilities for Transaction checks (TMS), check cloning, and more. We'd love to hear what you think!

  • Group Mapping support in SAML - Control user access through permission groups in IdPs such as Active Directory.
  • Web Transaction Recorder for Mac – Mac users will be able to create transaction checks using the new recorder released last quarter.
  • Unified View with Loggly and AppOptics - Provide users with a single pane of glass to monitor their cloud environments comprehensively. Combined navigation provides an integrated experience between the three products, and a common dashboard enables full observability into cloud environments with end user experience, metrics, logs and traces on one screen.
  • Pingdom - AppOptics Integration via Trigger Trace - Pingdom tells you what issue happened with your web application from the client side and AppOptics tells you what happened from the server side (ie "why"). So Pingdom tells you what happened and AppOptics tells you why. This project connects the two products together for a seamless end to end troubleshooting experience - from the user all the way down to the logs via a single Trace ID.
  • Usability Improvements - Ease of use is in our DNA and we continue to make several usability improvements continuously. If you have any specific suggestions, we'd love to hear in the comments below.

As Always, if there are items you feel should be on our roadmap, please let us know by commenting below or creating a Feature Request. As always, looking forward to your feedback on our recent releases and current roadmap.

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  • Expanding the Pingdom e-mail uptime report options would be a huge plus. Currently a report can be created tracking either all checks or any one check. This is limiting in that a report can’t be created for multiple checks other than all checks.

    I recently needed to create a report for twenty-six checks. It would have been more efficient to create one report covering the twenty-six checks instead of having to create twenty-six reports covering one check apiece (and resulting in twenty-six monthly emails).

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  • Expanding the Pingdom e-mail uptime report options would be a huge plus. Currently a report can be created tracking either all checks or any one check. This is limiting in that a report can’t be created for multiple checks other than all checks.

    I recently needed to create a report for twenty-six checks. It would have been more efficient to create one report covering the twenty-six checks instead of having to create twenty-six reports covering one check apiece (and resulting in twenty-six monthly emails).

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