This release introduces a completely revamped website monitoring experience! Not only does it visually align website monitoring with application perspectives, it also supports…
- full insights into all website data for every page,
- detailed resource and HTTP insights,
- geographic breakdowns,
- advanced analytics capabilities for website monitoring data,
- selectable and real (non-averaged) percentiles for all time metrics,
- a dedicated view for page load data,
- React error boundary integration,
- optional identification of users,
- better backend correlation experience,
- better guidance when encountering problems and deprecations.
No need to change anything, just head to the Websites area within the product!
Instana’s built-in health rules, used to explain the health of monitored systems in real-time, are now exposed and can be selectively toggled on/off. Further documentation can be found here.
Instana now supports monitoring of Micrometer metrics. Documentation can be found here.
- Node.js: Record koa-router routes as path templates when tracing HTTP entries.
- Node.js: Add HTTP query params for HTTP exits
- Google Marketplace for Kubernetes support. Read more on that in our blog: Instana available on Google Kubernetes Engine.
- Google App Engine (GAE) support
- Azure SQL Database support
- Azure API Management support
- Azure CosmosDb Metrics are now displayed per collection and per operation based on data model.
- The Kafka dashboard was improved and the latency metrics are now correct.
- Application perspectives: Top traces can be shown by trace count, latency and error rate with links to Analyze View.
- Trend detection on applications, services and endpoints: Reduced number of false positives by also incorporating the absolute change in value.
- etcd sensor now can connect to secure endpoints using custom certificates.
- Initial support for monitoring processes inside LXC containers.
- Initial support for monitoring processes inside containerd containers.
- Improved discovery for Oracle DB on Windows.
- Reduced memory usage of Kubernetes Sensor.
- Support for PHP 7.3.
- SpringBoot sensor will now discover non-fat jar deployments.
- Java HornetQ tracing is now supported for even more deployment models of HornetQ.
- Nginx Sensor will now walk symlinked directories for config parsing.
- PHP Tracing supports now muslc, for example on Alpine Linux.
- Improved Dropwizard dashboard.
- Application perspectives: Fixed empty endpoint dashboard when endpoint name is too long.
- Extended support for linking services, endpoints, and calls to clusters.
- CLR Sensor will no longer stop working when encountering “mem_po” values.
- Improved logging for several sensors.
- Website monitoring caching statistics before 2019-01-09 are not correct.
- Geographic country breakdowns are currently only enabled for Germany and the United States. State-level data can also be missing for specific IP ranges, e.g. company internal networks. An explanation for these cases will be added to the product soon.