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You’ll notice in the grid below that each feature enhancement calls out who in your organization may find this most interesting and may be most impacted.
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Support for php v7.2
Support for auto-detection of predis 1.1.1
For a complete list of supported PHP environments, visit our PHP documentation.
To align with Microsoft’s upcoming retirement of support for .NET Core 2.0 in October 2018 and their accelerated release of new versions, including .NET Core 2.1 in June 2018, AppDynamics now provides robust support for .NET Core 2.1. As our customers make the transition to 2.1, we will offer all of the functionality provided for 2.0, including async await tracking and full-stack and cross-stack visibility into your application and business performance. Simultaneously, we will continue supporting 2.0 as in the past through the official end of life on October 1, 2018.
The next time you log on to the AppDynamics Product, you’ll notice updates to the AppDynamics logo and colors in the standard toolbar and throughout the user interface. These changes were made within the product to align with the most recent AppDynamics brand guidelines.
We recently wrapped up our IIB Monitoring BETA with the successful launch of the IIB Agent. We’re currently running several other programs and we’re always looking for new participants:
To see a list of the latest active BETA programs, subscribe to the related discussion thread.
As part of 4.5.1, we addressed multiple product issues in order to create an improved customer experience. Below is a list of key issues that were resolved:
A comprehensive list of 4.5.1 resolved issues organized by product area is available in the documentation linked below.
If you are interested in learning more about what AppDynamics has to offer by way of cloud monitoring, check out our new Monitoring Cloud Applications documentation page. We think it’s a great resource— it’s a comprehensive guide on our cloud platform providers and how to keep track of changes in your infrastructure and components.
|Please note: The versioning of AppDynamics language agents is done independently of each other and the Controller. Therefore, you do not need to keep track of your agent versions. 4.5 agents are backward-compatible with any 4.4.1 or higher Controller, so you can simply download and install the latest version of the agent and it is guaranteed to work. See Agent and Controller Compatibility for more information.|