The visible and not-so-visible parts of Zenoss Cloud are updated regularly; this page highlights the visible new features or enhancements released in 2023.
When investigating an anchor entity in Smart View, you can now view related events distributed across a selected time range.
Select the new Event View to view events in either the collapsed or extended event card at the top of the page and to view those related events in a table below. Click an event in the table to view it in the Events console for further discovery. For more information, see Event View.
Also, the improved events timeline provides more detail about the severity of events using a density column chart. For more information, see Events card.
Zoom connectors are now generally available. You can set up your Zoom connector in ADMIN so you can view Zoom metrics in your dashboards, such as meeting duration, user attendance, and performance health. View the supported metrics at Zoom metrics. If you already have a Zoom connector set up, you don't have to reconfigure it to enjoy the benefits of this release.
In the Events List + Count tile on your dashboard, you can now navigate to the Events console to view the associated event in more detail. See Event List + Count tile for more information.
The export control on events consoles now includes a new format option, Excel, for Microsoft Excel (XLSX) downloads.
You can now save any events console as a separate view, for yourself or for sharing with others. The toolbar includes a new SAVE AS button, and the list of views, including templates, is available at the immediate left of the Events title (on the far left side).
Zoom connector credentials are updated to use OAuth authentication instead of JWT.
Previously, graph tiles did not display accurate information in the tooltip on mouseover, which is corrected in this update.
This update includes improved error handling when required permissions are not available in M365 connectors.
User preferences now include an option to display tables more compactly, which increases the number of entries the table can display per page.
The list of required permissions
for Microsoft 365 connectors is updated to include the
Zenoss Data Monitor is now generally available! The lightweight Linux and Windows agents enable modeling and monitoring without a Collection Zone and provide access to all of the great Zenoss Cloud tools like dashboards, Smart View, and the action service. If you already have a Zenoss Data Monitor agent installed, you don't have to re-install it to enjoy the benefits of this release.
The Data Access option now provides views of event occurrences and event metadata, and the metadata includes event field labels from the dictionary service.
You can now specify a rate or delta value when you create a threshold for a metric trigger.
With this update, filtering events in an events console with an event class is faster.
The connectors table (at ADMIN > Connectors) now includes a column displaying the dashboard associated with a connector, if any.
This update includes a pair of documentation updates.
Descriptions of JSON and YAML fields are now underlined with a dotted line. When you move your mouse over a field, a popup displays the field's logical path in a file.
This update includes numerous dashboard memory optimizations, Now, you can open multiple dashboard pages in separate tabs without running out of memory.
In events consoles, you can now pin columns to the right or left side of the table.
Events consoles now include fields from the Incident Management Integration Service in details panels, if Collection Zones in your environment include the ZenPack.
The Graph tile now better supports metrics from streaming sources with data point values that always increase. Previously, the values could only be shown as increasing; now, you can choose to align the data points by rate or delta.
The new credentials service is now generally available! The credentials service provides secure, centralized storage for the credentials that are required to integrate with external services. You enter credentials once and then reuse them as often as you wish when you configure connectors or destinations.
The rollout of this new service includes an automatic migration. All existing connectors and destinations that use credentials are updated to use the credentials service. The names of migrated credentials start with Autogenerated and are tagged autogenerated. You can easily identify them and change the names (and remove tags) at any time.
Finally, you can now export both dashboards and individual tiles to PDF files.
The new Kubernetes connector is now generally available! The connector supports clusters on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as self-hosted clusters.
The column controls on events consoles now include options for automatically sizing a column.
Restriction filters no longer cause performance degradation on Smart View pages.
You can now configure the Stoplight tile to display a simple message and color (the default visualization) or a gauge, which includes the current metric value or aggregated value.
A new Zenoss Cloud Collector virtual appliance is available for IBM Cloud environments.
Each row of the events console table now includes event management tools, both on a new vertical ellipsis (⋮) menu and on event details panels.
On the ADMIN > Actions page, the Tags field of the ADD TRIGGER dialog is now adjacent to the other general information fields.
Dashboard templates that included the deprecated Event Count or Event List tiles are updated to use the Event List + Count tile instead.
The user setting for the Events beta infrastructure is no longer relevant and is removed in this update.
The default dictionary entries supplied by Zenoss now include tags that identify the source of an event field or metric.
Inventory view results pages now include a control that displays or hides the query bar. The new default is to hide the query bar.
The Graph tile now includes an option to interpolate all data points in bar area and area charts. This option is useful when data points are not aggregated, use the same units, and have common timestamps.