What’s New in FrameFlow v2023.5

Learn What has Changed, What's Stayed the Same, and What's Coming Next

What's New in FrameFlow v2023.5?

FrameFlow v2023.5 contains new features, fixes, and event monitors created to enhance your FrameFlow IT monitoring experience. With new support for Azure, Windows, Linux, and SNMP monitoring, there's something new for every FrameFlow user, so make sure to log in and update once you've read this article!

New Microsoft Azure Service Health Event Monitor

FrameFlow's latest event monitor is the Azure Service Health Event Monitor. With it, you can receive alerts about service issues, security advisories, or other issues impacting your Azure resources. Check it out today!

Sample Output for Azure Service Health Monitor

New: Windows and Linux Time Event Monitors

The Azure Service Health Event Monitor isn't the only new event monitor in the v2023.5 update. We've also come out with two new event monitors for Windows and Linux.

Windows and Linux Time Monitor Sample Outputs

The Windows Time Event Monitor checks the time and date on all your Windows devices and sends alerts if it detects a discrepancy between the time on one of your devices and the time on your FrameFlow server. The Linux/SSH Time Event Monitor works the same way with your Linux-based devices. Make sure to check them out and let us know what you think!

These event monitors can also help users who need to generate time-based one-time passwords (TOTPs). If the difference in time between two systems is too great, passwords with a time limit may have already expired by the time they're entered on the system in which the time runs behind. By fixing the discrepancy between the times on each system, you can ensure that the window in which your one-time password is valid will be the same on each system, allowing you to log in without issue.

New "Open in New Tab" Feature

We also added a new feature that lets you open items from a tree in a new tab. Simply right-click on any item in a tree and choose "Open In New Tab" from the resulting menu, as below:

Opening Tree Items in New Tab

Other Updates for v2023.5

FrameFlow v2023.5 also contains a handful of improvements and bug fixes of note, some of which are listed below:

  • We added a device count column to the spreadsheet view for event monitors
  • We implemented several SNMP monitoring performance improvements
  • We updated the Windows Update event monitor adding a data point for the pending update count

As always, you can view a list of every change for v2023.5 and earlier releases in our change log.

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Make sure you log in and update today so you can keep taking advantage of the latest FrameFlow features and fixes. Contact Support if you have any questions or issues. Our change log is updated with each new release, so check it out for a full list of all recent changes.

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