Build 186

2020-09-15

Features

General Availability for Monitoring AWS Fargate

Instana's support for AWS Fargate, so far available as a technical preview, becomes generally available with this release.

IBM Db2 Remote Monitoring

Next to local Db2 instances, Instana is now capable of monitoring multiple remote instances. They will be displayed as separate boxes in the specified availabilityZone on the Infra map.

Elasticsearch Detailed Indices Metrics

Elasticsearch detailed monitoring for up to 200 indices now includes more than 20 metrics such as: Queries, Get requests, Segment merges, Failed indexing operations, Evictions and Cache Memory. Indices to be monitored in details need to be specified in the agent configuration with a regex.

Weblogic SAF Agents monitoring

Extended Weblogic monitoring with collecting SAF Agent metrics. See the Weblogic docs for more information.

Google Cloud Storage .NET Core tracing

Instana now supports tracing of Google Cloud Storage for .NET Core applications.

Improvements

  • Website & Mobile App Monitoring: It is now possible to jump to analyze from KPIs.
  • AWS Sensor: Exposed built-in metrics for API usage. Exposed dynamic built-in metrics for custom events.
  • [Node.js]: Trace HTTP2 communication.
  • [Node.js]: Trace Google Cloud Storage client calls.
  • [Node.js]: Add support for INSTANA_EXTRA_HTTP_HEADERS variable.
  • [Node.js]: Secrets Filtering: Replace values for filtered query parameters with <redacted> instead of removing the whole key-value pair.
  • [Node.js/AWS Fargate]: Add support for INSTANA_ZONE, INSTANA_TAGS.
  • [Node.js/AWS Lambda & AWS Fargate]: Add support for INSTANA_SECRETS and INSTANA_EXTRA_HTTP_HEADERS.
  • Go: Google Cloud Storage client instrumentation v1.0.0 has been released.

Fixes

  • Traces processing: Timestamps in spans received via the Agent WebService (REST) API are no longer corrected according to relative host time.
  • StatsD sensor: Fixed flaky charts when the flush-interval value is bigger than 60 seconds
  • [Node.js]: Fix handling for HTTP headers of type array (normalize to string, separated by 0x2C 0x20).
  • [Node.js/AWS Lambda] Improve handling for event.multiValueHeaders.