Unravel Data Releases Unravel 4.5
February 07, 2019
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The Unravel 4.5 release, now generally available, builds on the previous 4.4 release with enhanced reporting, expanded SQL insights, and improved RESTful APIs.

New features include:

- Enhanced Reporting: Unravel 4.5 features new reports for “TopX”, queue analysis, cloud migration, and enhancements to the existing reports such as forecasts and chargeback

- Queue Analysis Reports: Queue Analysis reports shine light on how you’re using queues and how you can tune them for optimal usage. These reports analyze queue activity with respect to applications, vcores, memory, and disk. As with all reports, you can generate Queue Analysis reports on an ad hoc or on a scheduled basis.

- Cloud Migration Reporting: Unravel 4.5 also includes several new reports aimed at helping organizations move their big data workloads to the cloud. These reports help organizations in planning -> migrating -> managing their big data workloads.

- Live Applications: As part of 4.5, Unravel now shows the progress (%) of individual jobs in a Spark app.

- SQL Insights: Unravel continues to add more insights and recommendations for SQL engines like Tez and Impala.

- Unravel RESTful APIs: As part of this release,Unravel made several enhancements to the existing API, including several new endpoints allowing you to: get insights on individual apps, and get status, errors, logs, and summaries of individual apps.

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