SL releases a major update with RTView Core 7.0, a real-time data management system for building large-scale distributed monitoring and control applications.
New enhancements provide significant advantages for alert management, display building, historical data retention, and security capabilities needed for monitoring mission-critical systems.
RTView Core is the real-time data engine behind SL’s middleware and application performance monitoring tools, RTView Enterprise Edition and RTView Middleware Edition as well as TIBCO RTView.
New Alert Scheduler – You can now define the days and times of day to enable or disable specific alerts. For example, you may only want to get alerts during business hours and disable them during evenings, weekends, lunch hours, and holidays, etc.
Updated Display Builder – RTView Core can now automatically save and restore the size and location of the following dialogs:
• Open (File > Open)
• Save (File > Save/Save As)
• Function Results (Function Dialog > Result Button)
New MSSQL Support for Data Historian – The data historian is the historical archive service that allows RTView to save metrics to persistent storage with intelligent data compaction to maximize storage of data as it ages in place. New support for Microsoft SQL Server 2014 and 2016 expands the platform options for customers who want to analyze data over time for trend analysis and retroactive troubleshooting.
Security Updates – These updates enable greater control over data access rights, including:
• Thin client enhanced to check user role access on each request.
• Enhanced Display Server with the option to limit access to specific panel files.
• Counteracted phishing and XSS vulnerabilities in the thin client.
Updated Apache Tomcat Bundles – Apache Tomcat included with RTView has been upgraded from 6.0.18 to 7.0.72.
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