Changelog - page 2
We've improved the pre-built dashboard you can use to monitor your Collectors running in Kubernetes.
Explore specific logs in tabular format.
We've improved how sections in dashboards work.
You can now work with template variables in filter expressions in UQL. You can also now use contains expressions.
You can now apply latency filters to a UQL query in a dashboard or notebook.
You can now use Cloud Observability in dark mode
Scoped API keys help you control access with fine-grained permissions.
Add CIs to alerts to resolve issues faster and further integrate Cloud Observability and ITOM Event Management.
We've improved how you configure and manage inferred services.
Gain insights and detect changes across logs, metrics, and traces in Cloud Observability.
Admins and Editors can set a default landing page for Cloud Observability. Users can set a personal landing page.
We've added new functionality to dashboard charts.
Streamline alert creation by adding notification destinations from the alert configuration page.
Get live data in alert, dashboard, and notebook charts.
The Y-axis on span charts is now scaled to the time series instead of the exemplars.
We've improved template variables! You can now select more than one value for your dashboard. Additionally, Cloud Observability now automatically adds and deletes the variable filters on selected charts.
You can now ingest Azure Monitor metrics into Cloud Observability.
Recent docs-site improvements help you learn and gain insights with Cloud Observability.
You can copy the query for a row in a table visualization to a notebook, where you can view the corresponding time series.
You can export an alert from the UI to a Terraform configuration file.