The following notes describe 4.5.x updates to IoT Monitoring.
If an artifact has been updated, the version number of the updated artifact and its availability date are listed below. The version number corresponds to that shown on the download portal (http://download.appdynamics.com).
The most recent releases appear at the top of the page.
January 29, 2020
You can now create custom geo-mapping files to map internal IP addresses to geolocations for your IoT applications, enabling you to monitor the performance of devices running in Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) with internal addresses that are distributed across different geographies.
March 25, 2019
You can now use the Widget Builder to build custom Geo widgets based by using the Geo graph type. You can build geo widgets for any of the IoT dashboards to view data at the country, region, and city level. See Build Custom Dashboard Widgets to learn how to create custom widgets and Choose the Best Graph Type to learn more about the Geo graph type.
Slow download of EUM metrics are causing EUM metrics to be dropped
October 19, 2018
IoT Monitoring now includes geo data that is determined by resolving the IP address calling the IoT REST API. You can view the country, region, and city for devices in the Unique Devices widget on the Devices Dashboard. You can also use the Widget Builder to create widgets based on the geo data.
October 15, 2018
IoT Monitoring UI
Performance improvements were made in the rendering of IoT data in the Controller UI. The Connected Devices tab, the Errors Dashboard, and the Network Request Dashboard now load significantly faster.
Version 188.8.131.5239 – September 4, 2018
IoT REST API
The IoT REST API now enables you to accept new runtime values for the
runtimefield is populated with an unsupported language, then the event in the beacon will be marked with a validation error. See the IoT REST API documentation for more information.
July 11, 2018
- The IoT REST API and IoT SDKs enable you to correlate business transactions between IoT applications and business apps. See Correlate Business Transactions for IoT Monitoring for more information.
- The IoT Java SDK has been made open source under the Apache 2.0 License. You can clone the GitHub repository and build the SDK.