Oops, where is the CA APM integration? It is still here! You can find it in the same place, but under a new name DX APM
Worried about users not calibrating their tests and running big, misconfigured tests which consume too much resources in your Private Locations? We added a new alert that triggers a notification to account admins when more than X amount of engines are configured.
Now you get more control on your Private Locations and Ship’s content. Our new flow lets you define the properties of the Private Location which will affect the roles and behavior of the Ships configured in it.
We’ve refreshed the way you disable / enable the Private Location and changed the text-based links to icons.Please note that the “Delete location” operation has moved to the edit window.
Stay tuned! In our next release, we will upgrade the Taurus image in our images to 1.13.9 version
The following items will be deprecated during December:
We added support for 5G network option under the Network Emulation section in a performance test configuration.
/api/sessions/<session_id> endpoint now lists the public IPs of the cloud load engines it launched
The JMeter RTE plugin was added to our engine. You can read more about the plugin and its use case here.
Part of our on-going efforts to provide the best & most secure product, we improved security in our on-premises components by removing default assumptions, tightened the permissions, etc.
A new warning message was added for users who are running JMX with unsupported forward slash in specific fields.
You can now find the public IP of a ship, in addition to the internal IP, in the “Address” column of the Private Location page.
The Request Stats Report shows the metrics for each element of a test script, allowing you to drill down and review the statistics (stats) for how every single element of your test performed. You can download it as a CSV file, and we have now added the unit of measurement to the CSV’s header (milliseconds and seconds).
Customers with on premise locations can now pull images directly from an internal docker registry managed and controlled by them instead of manually updating the existing Ships each time BlazeMeter release new images.
We added the used dedicated IP to the Load Engines dropdown so users can now easily locate the relevant Load Engine associated to their test that is running.
We upgraded our graphs library with a better visual experience. We also improved the functionality to download graph images.
We have improved our authentication process and now offer a more secure way to log in with Two Factor Authentication (2FA). We also enhanced our Single Sign On (SSO) experience.
We’ve upgraded our engine images to support Taurus 1.13.7
In order to improve the product’s security, users with a “Tester” role won’t be able to modify the configuration of Private Locations.
We added the option to modify the columns size for the tests’ table in a project, so it is easier to look for tests with long data (name, description, locations, etc).
You asked for it, and now you can do it - we've added the ability to compare reports between different projects instead of limiting you to the specific project the report is located at.