SL announced the accessibility of RTView Enterprise version 5.3 with continuous advancements in user experience.
FREMONT, CA: SL is the global leader in monitoring custom business applications, which is developed on messaging and integration middleware. In recent times, the company has announced the accessibility of RTView Enterprise version 5.3 with continuous advancements in user experience. The publication has increased support for application and middleware support teams to monitor their critical environments proactively.
RTView is a non-intrusive, low ownership cost, and predominantly agentless application monitoring system which will offer exceptional visibility into microservices, messaging middleware, process orchestration, and container infrastructure.
According to Ted Wilson, SL's Chief Operating Officer, "With significant user experience improvements around alerting, security configuration, and display customization, our customers will find it even easier to eliminate outages and downtime in their critical middleware environments. RTView Enterprise version 5.3 is a big step forward."
With the assistance of user-defined custom alerts against any monitored metrics, consumers can now experience improved proactive alerting, which will increase the application continuity. The Alert Overrides Admin display now facilitates several selections to create, edit, or remove overrides for multiple alerts. A pattern/regex filter is also accessible to search patterns on all index columns at once.
Furthermore, the new Custom Display Designer allows the users to enhance application and business service performance by developing and publishing custom, personalized views without programming. Besides, a Grafana plug-in, with assimilation to RTView DataServers, offers the Grafana developers more customization opportunities to develop custom displays with RTView metrics.
The new Application Data Flow Diagram feature also permits the users to visualize complicated application data flows automatically across various layers, upstream and downstream, and their performance. Moreover, the app owners and support teams can even zoom in to navigate intricate flows to recognize the problems in a highly visual way and take helpful action.
The users will also notice improved support for LDAP with a simple three-step configuration. DataServer support for secure socket connections is available through a simple UI.