Build 156

2019-06-18

Features

Inode metrics

  • Host sensor: Add inode metrics for supported filesystems on the host dashboard. Also add a health rule that triggers if inode usage is more than 80 percent.

Containerd support

Containerd dashboard

Other

  • Python sensor: New mysqlclient package instrumentation & visibility
  • Python sensor: New PyMySQL package instrumentation & visibility

Improvements

  • HAProxy sensor: Improve stability when encountering a large number of metrics
  • WebLogic sensor: Improve stability when encountering a large number of metrics
  • Prometheus sensor: Improve stability when encountering a large number of metrics
  • Jenkins sensor: Improve stability when encountering a large number of metrics
  • Nginx sensor: Performance improvements regarding memory usage
  • Python sensor: Update Flask instrumentation (now with rendering visibility and optional blinker support)
  • Python sensor: Better performance through snapshot caching
  • Python sensor: New module support - try it out with python -m instana
  • Python sensor: Improve thread management & safety
  • Python sensor: Better fork detection & handling
  • Python sensor: More intelligent package loading semantics
  • Ruby sensor: Custom Tracing: Update and improve span.kind handling
  • Etcd sensor: Improve the connection URL handling in Docker environment
  • Openshift: Display Deployment Configs on more Kubernetes dashboards
  • MS SQL sensor: Allow custom rules for the number of lock requests and the number of deadlocks
  • Azure sensors: More intelligent handling of Azure REST API rate limits. Multiple service principals can be used in order to handle Azure API rate limits for larger subscriptions. Resource usage optimizations.
  • Ceph sensor: Fix issue regarding quorum not reached health rule
  • Springboot sensor: Improve gathering of http statuses metrics

Fixes

  • Alert settings: Fix minor issues when configuring an alert. The state of the selected Events or EventTypes got lost when switching to the other option.

Deprecations

  • The deprecated Rules and RuleBindings API to configure Custom Events is no longer supported. Please use /api/events/settings/event-specifications/custom of the Event-Settings API instead.

  • The new version of Kubernetes has been rolled out to all customers. See Kubernetes for more information.