Product Release


Visualize Geotemporal Data with InfluxDB Cloud's New Map Graph

We recently introduced a new Map graph type into InfluxDB Cloud to help users visualize time series data that includes position. Above is a graph showing the most recent earthquakes in California, where the color of the marker indicates their magnitude. In this post, I’m going to walk through the ways to ingest geotemporal data into InfluxDB Cloud, and how to use the new Maps visualization type.


Announcing the GA of the LogDNA Configuration API and LogDNA Terraform Provider

We’re excited to announce that our Configuration API and Terraform Provider are now generally available for all LogDNA customers. We received tremendous feedback from our public beta release and, based on that feedback, we are enabling several new features with the GA release that allow for more programmatic workflows with LogDNA. First, we are enabling Preset Alerts as a new resource that can be configured with the configuration API as well as within Terraform.


Releasing Icinga Web v2.9.2

Today we’re announcing the general availability of Icinga Web v2.7.6, v2.8.4 and v2.9.2. All are standard bugfix releases and include fixes found by the community since the latest releases. You can find all issues related to this release on our Roadmap. Please make sure to also check the respective upgrading section in the documentation. This release is accompanied by the minor releases v2.7.6 and v2.8.4 which include the fix for the flattened custom variables.


Introducing the New Rollbar Integration for GitHub Enterprise Server

We’re excited to launch our new integration with GitHub that supports GitHub Enterprise Server customers. This allows companies using GitHub Enterprise on their own domains to access key features in Rollbar that help developers fix errors faster. GitHub Enterprise offers a fully integrated development platform for organizations to accelerate software innovation and secure delivery. With Rollbar, GitHub Enterprise Server customers can now access.


Meet Thundra Foresight: Your CI Observability Tool!

Over the past three years, we have served thousands of developers with our two major products, Thundra APM and Thundra Sidekick – and it still feels like we’re just getting started. We would like to thank all of our users and supporters who gave us the strength to build our one-of-a-kind products. And we are very excited to announce our latest innovation: Thundra Foresight!


What's New: Introducing Next-Gen ChatOps With PagerDuty and Slack

In this new world of digital everything, new application versions usually mean that you’re going to get bigger and better features, more capabilities, and an uplifted user experience, right? When I talk to customers, many can’t wait to upgrade the PagerDuty integrations that they depend on to test new features. If you’re a PagerDuty for Slack user, the next-generation version of our Slack integration will certainly be an exciting development.


What's new in Sysdig - July 2021

Welcome to another monthly update on what’s new from Sysdig! Happy 4th of July to our American audience, and bonne Bastille to our French friends. It’s been heating up in the northern hemisphere, so we hope you’ve all been managing to stay cool and safe. Our team continues to work hard to bring great new features to all of our customers, automatically and for free! The big news this month is our intent to acquire Apolicy, which has everyone full of excitement.


Introducing Control API: provision & configure Ably programmatically

DevOps engineers working on fast-scaling software architectures that include Ably now have it a bit easier with Control API. This new feature allows you to increase your testing capability and to configure complex production systems quickly and safely, directly from your configuration and orchestration tools.

Announcing the RemoteWrite SDK for Custom Metrics in Python, Go & More

We’re proud to announce the creation of a new RemoteWrite SDK to support custom metrics from applications using Golang (Go), Python, and Java, with many more on the way. Each SDK will have automatic, continuous deployment of updates. Using these integrations, Prometheus users can send metrics directly to using the RemoteWrite protocol without sending them to Prometheus first.