What this means is that if you already own or plan on acquiring such appliances, you can leverage all of Kentik Detect’s powerful Anomaly Detection system and couple it with A10 for mitigation.
To configure the Kentik end of an A10 TPS mitigation platform for use within policies, go to the Mitigation menu under the Alerts and click on the +Create Mitigation Platform, as shown in the screenshots below:
A “Matrix view” is now available in the Data Explorer, find it amongst the already existing Display Types section of the query side panel.
Here are a few examples of uses cases for Matrix Views:
More details on Look-back Alert Policy settings in this Knowledge Base entry.
You can now use the Minimum Look-back setting to specify the minimum number of hours or days that baseline data collection is performed before a baseline is made available for comparison by alerting policies.
More details on Alert Notification Channels in this Knowledge Base entry.
You now create a new notification channel from directly within the threshold notification-add function.
Knowledge Base entries detailing Dashboard usage and creation are located here.
The dashboard layout infrastructure has been redesigned to improve speed and ease of use. This comes with a streamlined user experience as part of our constant effort to streamline usability of our most used features.
Exports and scheduled reports have been redesigned for ease of use. Here’s an example of the overhauled Email Subscription experience:
And the Export feature in Dashboards and Views updated experience:
You can now tell the state of your BGP sessions in the Device List table in the Devices page, which is found under the Admin menu.