February 01, 2017
What better way to get 2017 underway than with a brand new release?
Squared Up Version 3.1 introduces a host of new features, as well extending our ground-breaking Visual Application Discovery & Analysis (VADA) capabilities across multiple platforms and significantly enhancing integration scenarios for external datasets such as OMS, SQL & WebAPI.
For more detailed information you can check out the recording of our v3.1 release webinar.
Version 3.1 is available for download here
We're delighted to announce that Visual Application Discovery & Analysis (VADA) now supports discovery from Linux nodes, allowing you to automatically map complex, multi-platform apps, save those discovered apps as SCOM DAs and view live health states across entire applications.
To support Linux discovery, we’ve released a new Data on Demand Management Pack targeted at Unix/Linux systems and freely available from our download site.
In addition, the latest version of our Data on Demand Management Pack for Windows (v1.2.2) is now available, containing a number of minor bug fixes and improvements.
The Squared Up dev team has been working night-and-day to ensure Version 3. 1 comes jam-packed with new features and capabilities, including;
- Custom Labelling
- Role-based navigation
- Enhanced Performance Reporting
- Enhanced SQL & OMS Integration
- Brand new WebAPI Tile
- VADA: Linux discovery
- VADA: Support for component groups
- VADA: Add known dependencies manually
If you've not tried Squared Up yet, you can check out awesome features like Visual Application Discovery & Analytics, Data on Demand and experience Total Dashboard Architecture right now with a free 30 day trial.