What’s New

Here are our latest changes and improvements

What’s New for November 21st

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • APIs
  • Bug Fixes

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • We have a brand new B2C Marketing Analytics capability, as part of our partnership with the good people at Rivery. Read all about it here.
  • For all your Prometheus fans out there, we now support using PromQL in certain agents.
  • A new Observium agent has been released to the wild. Documentation can be found here

🗃 Improvements

  • We’ve done some improvements of both the Oracle and Zabbix agents, In addition to the Parquet collector data source definition.
  • Not sure you’ve noticed, but we are slowly improving the usability of the ‘expression builder’ – this is the component which enables you to create an expression based on metrics. The same component is used when creating alerts, dashboard tiles and in the metric explorer. Based on your feedback, we are working to streamline the user experience of using it.
  • For all of you who want to map which streams have which alerts, dashboards and composites mapped to them, our new /totals API provides this information. Documentation is here
  • Feedback API now returns the score and the alertGroup of the anomaly for which the feedback was given. Documentation is here
  • We’ve improved the Facebook Ads Collector – added report level as a dimension.
  • When using Role Based Access (RBAC) – You can now secure channels as well as the data sources.
  • Channels page now support bulk actions. Huzzah!

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue in the webhook API which caused invalid JSON values.
  • We fixed an issue where you would get (false) No-Data alerts on deleted composites.
  • We fixed an issue with the Datadog collector which caused exceptions because of unstructured tags.
  • We fixed an issue with the alert simulation as well as with applying functions on influencing metrics.
  • We fixed an issue where one of the time frames was missing in the Grafana topology panel.
  • We fixed some issues which happened when moving between the metrics explorer to the dashboard.
  • We fixed a lot of issues in the new triage page.
  • We invested in much better error messages when creating channels.
  • Last but not least – we fixed a very elusive issue where a closed anomaly still showed up as ‘open’ in the alert console in case of a direction change. This one was our nemesis bug for a while now and we are both relieved and thrilled to put it to rest.

🌍  As usual – All the release features, beta features, upcoming features and all your feature requests can be found in our Product Portal. 

What’s New for November 3rd

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • APIs
  • Bug Fixes

🎃 Trick or Treat!

We hope you’ve enjoyed our Halloween theme. The theme was actually the result of our annual R&D Hackathon. There are five other projects from that Hackathon which will make their way to production in the next weeks. That being said – Are you ready for the Shopping period of the year? Have you fine tuned your alerts?

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • Facebook Ads Collector – Now supports asynchronous calls to Facebook’s API. Or is it Meta API? This is so confusing.
  • Our “System Notifications” emails have been expanded to report errors on agent based pipelines in addition to the regular streams.

🗃 Improvements

  • Our Triage screen has now been opened to brave customers. Based on their feedback we have been doing many UX improvements. Have you joined the beta yet?
  • A major new functionality in Grafana – You can now use Grafana variables to filter all the Anodot panels in a dashboard. You need to upgrade your data plugin to V.3.0.1 and your panel plugin to v.1.0.6 and you can get the new functionality.
  • Another improvement to Grafana – We’ve added the option to use “Not” when searching for dimensions in the metrics panel.
  • Channel Management page now shows “Last Modified” for channels (You will need to actually modify a channel for the date to show up).
  • We’ve improved the way Influencing metrics are presented in the details tab of the Alert Manager.
  • Alerts which were created from dashboards will now show with a “Go to dashboard” button in the new slack application.
  • We’ve updated our Forecast APIs to make it easier to retrieve forecast results regardless of the forecast tasks. Documentation is here.

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue where you were not able to create a dashboard tile from the metric explorer as well as the expression builder becoming un-editable when switching from the dashboard to the metric explorer.
  • We fixed the behavior of the ‘Show composite’ toggle in the expression builder of dashboard tiles.
  • We fixed the way Business Impact was formatted in Microsoft Teams alerts
  • An issue in Grafana where clicking on the “function” button erases the dimensions / sorting was fixed.
  • We fixed a minor issue in the alert summary tab where long error texts would overlap with other elements of the tab.

🌍 As usual – All the release features, beta features, upcoming features and all your feature requests can be found in our Product Portal. 

What’s New for October 20th

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • Alerts Improvements
  • Bug Fixes
  • Dashboards

Have you seen our quarterly product update? We had some massive new features announced there. That being said – its time to move on and resume our bi-weekly cadence of updates. So here goes:

🎁 Integrations Updates

This month we are doubling down on APM! Two of the major APM (Application Performance Monitoring) tools have new collectors released:

  • NewRelic Collector – A new collector for getting metrics out of NewRelic. Details can be found here.
  • DataDog Collector – A new collector for getting metrics out of DataDog . Details can be found here.
  • In addition, We’ve made improvements in the error handling of the S3 Parquet collector.

🥧 The one thing better than Apple Pie?

It has to be the new Pie tile in Anodot Dashboards. We were going to wait until March 14th, but its ready now – the new Pie Tile!

What’s New for October 20th

The new tile is a great way to view distribution of metrics based on specific dimension value:

What’s New for October 20th

The new tile is available only in the new dashboards. Have you migrated yours already?

🗃 Improvements

  • We’ve overhauled our Microsoft Teams channel. This overhaul includes an improved look and feel, but also support for Actions and Impact. We’ve also improved the explanations you get when an alert is closed.
  • We’ve added Actions support for Opsgenie channel and made links open in a new tab.
  • We’ve made some improvements to our seasonality detection to take into account outliers in the data as well as improved the time it reacted to ‘change points’. We’ve just made the best detection algorithms in the industry even better!

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue in the users list for Admins where the “Last Active” value was occasionally incorrect.
  • We fixed an issue in the dashboards where duplicating a dashboard with a different owner would fail.
  • We fixed an issue in the Activity log where the ‘Groups’ wasn’t working correctly.

🌍 As usual – All the release features, beta features, upcoming features and all your feature requests can be found in our Product Portal. 

Product Update – October 2021

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection

Welcome back to the Anodot product update! As we finish Q3 and head into the last few months of the year, you can almost feel autumn creeping forward (if you wake up early enough). As usual, we have a full list of features that we collated in the newsletter. It is important to note that we release new features on an ongoing basis, so some of you have already seen some of these in action.

Catalog and Channels New Pages and Design

Product Update – October 2021

The new catalog page is your one-stop-shop for adding integrations into Anodot, both data integrations (‘sources’) and outgoing integrations (‘channels’). This will enable you to discover and configure new and upcoming integrations. However, the catalog page will not be complete without a brand new Channels management page, which is now fully aligned in its look-and-feel to the sources page.

Activity Log

Product Update – October 2021

The next feature is dedicated to all you Anodot admins out there (You know who you are!). The new Activity Log page lets you see all the essential actions (CRUD) performed on various entities in Anodot – Alerts, Data Sources & Streams (including agent pipelines), Channels, Users & Groups.

You can filter the events, compare what has changed (in case of an update), and most importantly – export the log for offline analysis (JSON format).
Last but not least – the activity log of a specific entity is available!

 More Info Here

Role-Based Access (Beta)

Product Update – October 2021

As Anodot matures, we see more and more demand from customers to enable using the product for multiple teams and multiple use cases. One of the requirements for this is the ability to strictly control ‘who sees what’ on Anodot. In order to support this, we are starting to roll out our new Role-based access feature (a.k.a. RBAC). The idea is that you can define ‘access groups’ to specific streams, and only members of those groups will be able to see the metrics coming from that specific stream. If you would like to participate in the beta – don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at product@anodot.com or via your dedicated Customer Success Manager.

Wait – there’s more…

  • A New Azure Events Hub Collector. Documentation can be found here
  • A New Amazon timestream Collector. Documentation can be found here
  • A new SNMP agent. This actually opens up the ability to collect data from multiple SNMP-based appliances. Documentation can be found here.
  • A new SolarWinds agent. Documentation can be found here.
  • Our Product Portal is your one-stop-shop for all the upcoming, planned, and released features. And yes – you can submit your own ideas there…

Got any product feedback? Please send it to product@anodot.com.
👂 We’re listening!

What’s new for September 22nd

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • Bug Fixes
  • Dashboards

With the Jewish holidays upon us, we’ve been a bit quiet with the updates, but that does not mean we’ve slowed down our releases. We’ve got some major new features and lots of improvements and fixes.

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • Azure event hubs collector – A new collector for all you using Azure Event Hubs Collector.
  • We’ve updated our Facebook Ads collector to support changes to Facebooks API.
  • We’ve updated our AWS Usage agent to support sending metrics to Anodot using the 3.0 protocol, enabling better visibility of metrics inside the product.

 

🛎 Introducing the Anodot Activity Log.

  • You’ve asked for it and it is finally here – A way for admins to see who did what in their Anodot account.

What’s new for September 22nd

  • The activity log enables you to see all the basic actions (CRUD) performed on various entities in Anodot – Alerts, Data Sources & Streams (including agent pipelines) & Channels. In a couple of weeks we will be adding tracking also user management activities (everything user & group related).
  • You can filter the events, compare the what has changed (in case of an update) and most important – export the log for offline analysis (JSON format).
  • Last but not least – the activity log of a specific entity is available from that entity:

What’s new for September 22nd

 

🗃 Improvements

  • We’ve added a major feature to our grafana integration – the ability to create filters (a.k.a. ‘selectors’) to dashboards based on dimension values coming from Anodot. We’ve also added support to the “NOT” operator when choosing dimensions in the metrics scenario.
  • Ever worked on an alert and told your self – i’d like to see the data of this alert in a dashboard? Well, now its easy:

What’s new for September 22nd

 

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed a number of issues in the “Text tile” which were happening when you migrate dashboards from the 1.0 version to the new ones.
  • We fixed some design issues in the note tile and some weird error messages users were getting while using the dashboards.
  • We fixed an issue where in the dashboards preventing users from selecting a custom date range which includes future time (Yes, you can see future time in Anodot with our forecast product).
  • Some permission issues were addressed where users could see the “edit stream” menu item and then the application crashed when they tried to use it. Everyone knows that only admins can edit streams, right?

 

🌍  As usual – All the release features, beta features, upcoming features and all your feature requests can be found in our Product Portal.

What’s New for August 25th

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • Bug Fixes

Have we got an update for you – Not only did we fix lots of bugs and added minor improvements, we’re introducing a brand new page – the Anodot Catalog. More below.

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • Amazon Timestream JDBC collector – A new collector for all you using AWS Timestream DB.
  • Influx DB Agent now supports Influx 2.x versions
  • The coralogix Logs2Metrics collector now supports ‘zero-padding’ for missing values.

 

🛎 Introducing the Anodot Catalog.

  • The new catalog page is your one stop shop for adding integrations into Anodot, both data integrations (“sources”) and outgoing channels. This will enable you to see which integrations are already there according to various filters and which are upcoming.
  • However, the catalog page will not be complete with a brand new Channels management page, which is now fully aligned in its ‘look-and-feel’ to the sources page.
  • We’ve also aligned the way the integrations appear in our website with the way they appear in the application page.
  • As usual – Feel free to vote and suggest new integrations in our product portal.

 

🗃 Improvements

  • We’ve fixed some annoyances in how Anodot works on Apple Safari.
  • You can now set an owner to an agent based pipeline.
  • We’ve improved the logic behind the Stream ‘no-data’ notifications.
  • We’ve aligned the menus in the data management page.
  • We’ve removed a not so usable dialog in the metric explorer when trying to sort by / show the results of multiple expressions. Less is more!

 

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue where you couldn’t save an alert after adding an action.
  • We fixed an issue where no data alerts keep triggering even after the metrics are deleted.
  • We fixed several issues with the metric explorer – metrics were not displayed in a case of duplicate expression, metric list title didn’t change according to the amount of selected metrics and the icon wasn’t switching fast enough for our liking.
  • We fixed a couple of small UI glitches in the new dashboards.
  • One of our favorite capabilities is ‘show in metric explorer’ and it wasn’t working right when being called from the dashboards. Now it is. Huzzah!

What’s New for August 11th

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • APIs
  • Bug Fixes

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • Coralogix Logs2metrics collector – We’ve upgraded our Coralogix collector to support working with Logs2Metrics, making the integration much easier and scalable.
  • Amazon Athena JDBC collector – A new collector for all you Athena lovers. Read all about it.

🗃 Improvements

  • Prometheus collector agents now show up in the Data Management screen.
  • Various Grafana improvements (see post below)
  • We’ve improved the behavior of the alert editor of asking you “are you sure” only if you actually made changes. Also – when you edit an alert and cancel the editing, Anodot now behaves more gracefully ⛸
  • Changed settings in graph displays are now saved when you switch between pages in Anodot.
  • You can now click on “show in metric explorer” from a dashboard. How cool is that?

What’s New for August 11th

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue of a wrong error message when deleting a file.
  • We fixed an issue with graphs in dashboards being ‘squished’ to the left.
  • We fixed an issue which prevented editing the “no data” period timing for streams.
  • We fixed several issues in the new text tiles (Dashboards) as well as to number tiles.
  • We’ve fixed an issue with the duration section of the alert console.

🎯 API Improvements

  • We’ve added ‘labels’ to the /alerts set of API – So you can get/set/update labels on alerts via the API.

Product Update – July 2021

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection

Welcome back to the Anodot product update! Summer is upon us and we hope you are all getting ready to enjoy long days, the beach and lots of new features from Anodot! We have a full docket this quarter of things which have been at work for a while and it feels great to be able to start releasing them to the wild. We hope you find these new capabilities useful. As always – we value your feedback.

[BETA] New Slack Application🚨

Product Update – July 2021

It is finally here – the new official Anodot Slack Application. As opposed to our previous slack integration, this one is not based on webhooks but is a native Slack application which gives us the capability to vastly improve the experience. Easy onboarding, Message threading, interactive feedback dialogs and support for Alert actions are just a few. Just head up to the slack app directory and get going…

[BETA] Alert Actions 🛠

Product Update – July 2021

Anodot is already known as the tool which can provide you the best ‘time to detect’ in the market, but we all realize that detection is just part of the process. We want to help you also achieve the best ‘time to resolve’ as well. As part of our ‘Detection to Remediation’ epic we are launching ‘Alert Actions’. These are dedicated buttons which you can attach to alerts so that the users getting them will quickly and easily perform the necessary actions to identify and resolve incidents. See more details here.

Introducing the Anodot Product Portal

Product Update – July 2021

The only thing which we take more seriously at Anodot than data is transparency. Transparency makes sure that there are no nasty surprises. This enables us to alert you on issues in your business ahead of time and it should enable you to see what it is that we are building. We are proud to continue with this trend with the launch of the Anodot Product Portal. Here you can gain full visibility to features which were just released, what it is that we are working on, what we are considering to build, etc. Not only that – you can weigh in – feedback, prioritize and make sure that we know what is important to you.

Wait – there’s more…

  • You are now able to determine whether ‘update’ triggers will be treated as updates (like today) or ‘new’ triggers. This is applicable for PagerDuty and OpsGenie channels.

What’s New for July 7th

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • Bug Fixes
  • Dashboards

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • SNMP Collector – We’ve added a new agent which enables collecting metrics from SNMP devices. Especially for all you Telecom fans out there.

🗃 Improvements

  • Google Auction Insights now supports forwarded reports.
  • We’ve improved the scheduling on Google Ads hourly stream.
  • You can now copy a dimension value from the legend (Dashboards, Metric Search)
  • We’ve added business presets to dashboards – i.e. “This month”, “This Quarter”. You can also create your own custom presets.
  • All metrics in Anodot now enjoy a brand new “3-dot menu” enabling you to perform actions on them.
  • There is a new system notification mail when there is no data coming from a stream. Have you used our system notification emails?
  • We’ve also improved the stream failure notification – to enable a “retry duration”. Currently added this to S3 streams, more to come.
  • Comma separator was added to metric value.

🛠 Bug Fixes

We’ve been doing some spring cleaning to improve quality. So – lots of bug fixes this time. Hope you feel the improvement.

  • We fixed an issue where some users got an error when trying to add influencing metrics
  • We fixed an issue with the dashboards legend which got corrupted in some occasions.
  • We fixed an issue of an error message when looking at alert summaries which are connected to dashboards
  • We fixed an issue with public sharing of dashboards.
  • We fixed some issue with the filters, settings and full screen mode of the new dashboards. God is in the details!
  • We identified and fixed an issue where you are unable to edit a static alert.

What’s New for June 21st

  • User Experience
  • APIs
  • Bug Fixes
  • Dashboards

 

👂 We’re listening!

  • We have added a new way for you to send us feedback. Just drop us a mail to product@anodot.com. This is your destination for any feature request and feedback. Notice – if you want to open a ticket for something which isn’t working – keep on using support@anodot.com – that one is monitored by our support staff.

🚨 New Beta Features

  • Our new Slack application is now ready for beta customers. The new application features much better interactivity, threading of messages and much more. More details here.
  • Actions are now ready for beta. Actions enable you to define specific actions which can be taken once a user gets a trigger. More details here.

How do I join a beta, you may ask? Very simple. Let us count the ways:

  • Talk to your dedicated Customer Success Manager.
  • Lets us know via the #design-partners-wanted channel in the Anodot Community.
  • Drop us a mail to support@anodot.com or product@anodot.com

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • Zabbix as a channel – We’ve added the capability to send Anodot alerts to Zabbix for customers who want to use it to view alerts coming from Anodot as well as other sources. This is based on a Zabbix agent.

🗃 Improvements

  • The issue with Grafana plugin which prevented multiple users working with the same data plugin has been fixed. Rejoice!
  • For those of you using the new metric explorer – you’ll notice we’ve integrated it into the Alert Editor when choosing “Influencing Metrics”
  • We’ve improved the way we display metrics in the new metrics search. Less information, better readability.

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue with giving feedback to alerts in the alert console.
  • We fixed an issue where paused alerts were throwing the ‘alert count’ in the alert console off.
  • Various fixes in our new dashboards – in the text tile and in the graph tile

🧩 API Improvements

  • We’ve fixed an issue with the /tokenMap API where it didn’t return results with certain parameters (and updated the documentation)
  • We’ve fixed an issue with the /events API where delete by arrayId wasn’t working properly.

What’s New for June 8th

  • User Experience
  • APIs
  • Bug Fixes

Have you switched to our new dashboards already?

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • Improvements to Tamtam channel – We’ve improved the way anomaly graphs are sent in tamtam.chat channels. We’ve also added “Closure Reasons” to tamtam.chat message. Closure reasons help explain why an anomaly was closed and provide better explainability.

🗃 New Documentation

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue in dynamic routing which prevented reacting to changes in the routing table in a timely manner.
  • We fixed some formatting issues in the stream details view.
  • We fixed some errors in the BigQuery collector related to the formatting of time zones.

🧩 API Improvements

  • You can now get the bearer token of the needed for API authentication as JSON format.

What’s New for May 25th

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • APIs
  • Bug Fixes

Have you switched to our new dashboards already?

🎁 Integrations Updates

  • New ETL Channel (Rivery) – Always wanted to store alerts for future exploration? We partnered with Rivery to provide you a kit which reads Anodot alerts and stores them in your favorite database of choice. Read all about it here
  • New in Grafana – Our Grafana plugins now support dynamic loading of metric names for customers with more than 500 different metrics. We also added support for functions in the metric panel as well as better coloring of metric lines when multiple metrics are displayed in the same panel.

 

🗃 Feature Enhancements

  • Service Usage – We’ve expanded the service_usage metric to now contain information on Weekly Active Users (wau), Monthly active users (mau) and additional usage parameters. This feature was in beta mode and is now open for all customers. Click here to learn more.
  • If you are using variables in your alert names, descriptions and actions – we just made it easier to find just the right variable. Just type {{ and you can see all the relevant options.

What’s New for May 25th

  • Gauge Tile! We have a new tile type for all you gauge lovers (Available in the new dashboards)
  • Choosing a measure in the metric explorer which is originating from multiple streams will now open a drop down to enable choosing the right stream.

 

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • We fixed a bug where showing the preview in BigQuery collector was causing a crash in certain situations.
  • We fixed a bug where source chip was missing from metrics in the metric explorer.
  • We fixed a bug when converting number tiles from the old dashboards to the new one the title went missing.

 

🧩 API Improvements

  • We’ve updated the Tags API to support V2 format and updated the documentation
  • We’ve added the Forecast API to the documentation. Talk to us if you are interesting in starting to use forecast.
  • Our Webhook has new fields! We’ve added “alertGroupId” to all webhook payloads to enable you to thread messages coming from the same incident. In the next couple of weeks we will also be adding “Close reason” to provide better understanding of why an Alert was closed.

Taking our dashboards to another level

  • User Experience
  • Dashboards

Anodot is proud to introduce our new dashboards! The new dashboards not only come with a new sleek design but also bring with them new and enhanced functionality. However, before we dive into the details, it is important to note that the existing dashboards (known as version “1.0”) will continue to function as usual. You can keep your existing dashboards ‘as-is’ and then begin migrating (or creating new ones).

Let’s explore the top new features of our dashboards:

Enhanced management page

We revamped the main dashboards management page with a modern look and feel, and better filtering and sorting options. Now it’s much easier to look at all of your dashboards at a glance, and quickly find the one you need. The filters are now aligned with the rest of the filters in Anodot. You can also create a filter and use “Save View” to make it the default view every time you visit the dashboard management page. 

Taking our dashboards to another level

New look & feel

We worked hard to make our dashboards look good, and feel much more streamlined. The colors and icons are now much better aligned with the rest of the Anodot look and feel and enable you to create modern and appealing dashboards.

Taking our dashboards to another level

Quickly switch between dashboards

When hovering on the dashboard’s name, a quick-switch menu shows up. You can click on another dashboard to quickly access it without having to go through the management page. You can even search for another dashboard in the same menu.

Taking our dashboards to another level

Easier filters

Now it’s much easier to add filters to dashboards; just go into Edit mode and add filters from the list of available dimensions.

Taking our dashboards to another level

Edit Mode

One of the most frequent issues we heard from you regarding the old dashboards was the difficulty to understand as a user whether the changes you were making would impact others. In order to alleviate this concern, we’ve made a very ‘crisp’ distinction between viewing a dashboard and editing it. Clicking on ‘Edit’ (If you have the rights) will put you in Edit mode, where all the changes you make will be persisted to all dashboard users. 

Taking our dashboards to another level

But wait – there’s more!

Moving to the new dashboards (and their new underlying technology) enables us to start adding some very nice additions. Here are just a few of them:

  1. Add a static line to a dashboard tile – for that threshold you just have to display.
  2. The new Apply mode in filters – which is very useful for large, resource-intensive dashboards.
  3. And lastly, for now… Gauge Tiles! 

If you haven’t upgraded to the new dashboards yet – please reach out to your Customer Success Manager or to support@anodot.com and we will be happy to enable them in your account.

What’s New for May 5th

  • Data Collection
  • APIs
  • Bug Fixes

🎁 Collector Updates

  • Google Auction Insights – We’ve built a new collector enabling you to leverage the Google Auctions Insights report in Google Ads.
  • ClickHouse Database – A new agent for collecting data from ClickHouse data warehouse.

🗃 Feature Enhancements

  • There is a new design for “No Data” periods in the Alert Console. Would love your feedback on it.
  • In our ongoing quest to make agents/pipelines behave more like streams – you can now remove pipelines from the the Data Management screen and filter them in the alert editor.
  • Google Ads Collector now enables setting a delay when using daily collection.

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a (really annoying) issue where the “Are you sure” popup appeared when exiting the alert editor without making any changes.
  • Fixed an issue where a recurring error in Google Analytics streams caused them to fail.
  • Fixed an issue with the metric count in the simulation of the alert editor.

🧩 API Improvements

  • A new “Users” API coming – will enable you to get the list of active users in your accounts.
  • We’ve added support for deleting Multiple Events in the API.
  • We’ve fixed some bugs in the “Events” API documentation (Some of the samples were wrong).

🤘 Anodot Community

A couple of weeks ago we’ve launched the Anodot Community. If you’d like to join – please let us know. In case you’ve missed the customer event where we launched the community (and showed some cool features) – you can get the recording here.

Anodot ❤️ Grafana

  • User Experience

We are happy to announce that the Anodot Grafana Plugins are now officially certified and ready for public use. We know a lot of you have been asking for them so we’re thrilled to be able to deliver these. Please follow the documentation here in order to get started. Have any questions on how to use them? Why don’t you hop on to the #ask-the-expert channel in our Anodot Community?

Anodot Grafana

What’s New for April 7th

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • Bug Fixes

🎁 Collector Updates

  • New Teradata Collector! Read all about it!
  • Telco Customers – New Cacti Integration and Zabbix.

🗃 Feature Enhancements

  • We’ve enabled doing a “Live Edit” to Snowflake ❄️ streams (and updated the list of Snowflake sources)
  • We’ve added Okta support for our On-Prem customers.
  • There is a new design for “No Data” periods in the Alert Console. This is NOT the final design – that will be rolled out next week but you can already see where this is going 🛣

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where automatic alert creation from a stream wasn’t working.

Slow week at the factory?

🎁 Well, No.

We will not be posting our bi-weekly updates today, as we are preparing some major announcements beginning of April. Stay tuned!

What’s New for March 10

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • Bug Fixes

🎁 Collector Updates

  • You can now use shorter timescales when using the Google Analytics Collector (15, 30 minutes).

🗃 Feature Enhancements

  • Updated the “data sources” page with new categories and better arrangement of the different collectors. You can always see the most up to date integrations here – https://www.anodot.com/integrations/
  • New Message pop-ups design… Oh, all the pretty colors! 🌈
  • You can now set the business impact of a measure directly from the alert editor AND you can now set business impact on Agents! 💰💰💰
  • We’ve improved the ‘info panel’ showing alert details in the Alert Management Page. The design if the new info panel was done in order to present you as much information as possible without going into the alert definition itself…

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue when editing live Kinesis streams.
  • Fixed an issue in the Alert editor where the simulation failed after changing a function. Several other minor issues in the alert editor were also fixed.

Facebook Ads!

  • Data Collection

Due to popular demand, we are introducing a new collector for Facebook Ads. This collector is planned on evolving into a full blown business package down the road, complete with its pre-defined alerts, dashboards all out of the box. The collector is currently in beta status and we will be happy to open it up to any customer interested. Just ping us at Support@anodot.com

What’s New for February 24

  • User Experience
  • Data Collection
  • APIs

🌟 Facebook Ads Collector

  • Facebook ads collector is here (in Beta). Soon to become a full fledged business package!

🗃 Feature Enhancements

  • The “Show All” link in the Alert Manager now appears regardless of the number triggers. And yes – this is the birthday feature for our own Nadav  🎂 🎁 🥳
  • We’ve added an API support for editing a live stream.

🛠 Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with uploading CSV files
  • Fixed some UX issues in the alert console and metric explorer.