This topic provides the release notes of Application Real-Time Monitoring Service (ARMS) of 2018 and describes the feature changes in each release.

V2.4.7

Release date: December 13, 2018

New features:

Optimized features:

V2.4.6

Release date: October 26, 2018

New features:

  • Application Monitoring
    • Monitoring can be enabled for NoSQL databases.
    • Brand-new Overview page: The layout of the Overview page in the ARMS console is optimized. The application monitoring details, browser monitoring details, and service newsletter modules are added.

V2.4.5

Release date: September 17, 2018

New feature:

  • Application Monitoring
    • MongoDB components and frameworks are supported.

V2.4.4

Release date: August 17, 2018

New features:

  • Application Monitoring

  • Browser Monitoring

    • Resource loading details are supported. You can identify all the slowly loaded resources on pages, such as images, JavaScript, CSS, and APIs. For more information, see Slow session tracing.
  • Custom Monitoring

    • Custom monitoring is put into commercial use.

V2.4.3.4

Release date: July 16, 2018

New feature:

  • Application Monitoring
    • Comprehensive troubleshooting is supported. You can query the distributed traces of application monitoring by business ID. This makes problem diagnostics much more efficient.

V2.4.3.3

Release date: June 16, 2018

Optimized features:

  • General
  • Application Monitoring
    • A brand-new revision of the Application Monitoring homepage is provided. The homepage displays more critical summary information.
    • Capture and analysis for memory snapshots are optimized in a variety of network environments. This improves the capture efficiency by more than 50%.

V2.4.3

Release date: May 19, 2018

New features:

  • Application Monitoring
    • The memory snapshot analysis feature is added. This provides an uninterrupted view of the distribution of memory objects and helps you identify memory leaks with efficiency. For more information, see Memory snapshot.
    • Custom configuration of monitoring methods is added. This allows you to dynamically configure the methods to monitor and capture exceptions, and enables more fine-grained monitoring. The configurations immediately take effect without the need to restart the host.
    • The Overview page of application monitoring is added. This makes issue identification and troubleshooting more convenient and exact.
    • Trace monitoring of Message Queues is supported. This helps you identify delayed messages, error messages, and stacked messages with efficiency.

V2.4.2

Release date: April 19, 2018

New features:

  • Application Monitoring

    • The JVM monitoring feature is added. This allows you to monitor the important metrics of JVM, such as heap memory, non-heap memory, and the number of threads. For more information, see JVM monitoring.
    • The host monitoring feature is added. This allows you to monitor a series of host performance metrics, such as CPU, memory, disk, and network traffic. For more information, see Host monitoring.
    • The custom configuration feature is added. This allows you to modify configurations on the user interface (UI), such as trace sampling, agent switch, and threshold settings. For more information, see Customize application settings.
  • Browser Monitoring

    • The sample reporting configuration is supported. You can use the random sample reporting feature to reduce reports from users and workloads. For more information, see SDK reference.

V2.4.1

Release date: March 22, 2018

New features:

  • General
    • Alert rules can be imported and exported in batches. This makes alert management more convenient.
    • Application monitoring for Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS) is put into commercial use, and 50% off is available for long-term use.
  • Application Monitoring
    • A list of online agents can be viewed. The versions and statuses of the agents that are installed by a user are clear at a glance.
  • Browser Monitoring
    • The response time can be viewed in the form of quantile values rather than average values. This helps you view the time consumption and distribution of slow requests more clearly.
  • Application Monitoring
    • Quantile operators are supported. You can view more detailed metric statistics in quantile values, in addition to average, maximum, and minimum values.

V2.4.0

Release date: February 26, 2018

New feature:

  • The browser monitoring and application monitoring features of ARMS are put into commercial use.

V2.3.3.1

Release date: January 31, 2018

New feature:

  • Application monitoring of ARMS fully supports EDAS applications. EDAS users can connect EDAS applications to ARMS applications with a few clicks.

V2.3.3

Release date: January 14, 2018

New features:

  • A brand-new homepage and documentation are provided. Major revisions are made for the product page. ARMS is officially positioned as a combined Application Performance Management (APM) service that is oriented to application monitoring, browser monitoring, and custom monitoring.
  • The base features that are specific to APM are basically reconstructed. This provides you with a unified alert platform and a unified interactive dashboard. The alert platform and the interactive dashboard are oriented to three major features: application monitoring, browser monitoring, and custom monitoring.
  • A total of five regions are supported: China (Hangzhou), China (Beijing), China (Shanghai), China (Qingdao), and China (Shenzhen). The China (Shanghai), China (Qingdao), and China (Shenzhen) regions are newly supported.

Optimized features:

  • The ARMS console is centralized, which can be used across all the regions in China.
  • The alert query interface is optimized. Multi-dimensional alert queries are provided.