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The built event work in most of the cases but for some specific environment some values need to be adjust in order to avoid false positive. Instead of disabling the builtint and create a new one from scratch it would be nice to have a "clone fonct...
Find a way to store historical vm data after cross-vcenter vmotion
Application and capacity teams would like to have important historical information, which get lost on cross vcenter vmotions. This is a hurdle to really adopting superclustering throughout our environment.
Built-in Event: Kubernetes Node condition status event correlation between kubernetes node scaling events
Once our cluster scales down, usually, our node/nodes will be terminated status(or unknown). But it doesn’t mean our nodes are not healthy. It just scales down. We are getting many mentioned event notifications, and our engineers are missing the a...
Built-in Event: Abnormal termination correlation event with deployment markers
Kubernetes is gracefully terminating the resources. In new releases, our resources will be replaced with new ones. Kubernetes sends SIGTERM signal to pods.This signal lets the containers know they will be shut down soon. This behaviour causes lots...
We have a request from our Business Partner(s) in Taiwan. They are also Public Cloud's partner and would like to promote Turbonomic to their AWS clients. Their client's AWS account is a linked account under BP's AWS org account with Block Billing,...
Add "Non-Disruptive" column to Action Center for On-Prem and Container actions
Today, in the Action Center for many Cloud scaling actions, we have a column highlighting whether the action is non-disruptive or not. This helps customers adopt Turbo's automation quicker, builds trust, and lowers the barriers to action execution...
In a Full-Cloud installation of NOI 1.6.5 running on Openshift the normal ldap-config doesn't support spaces, therefor we added an external-ldap over the webgui-startup-configmap. In this configmap it is not possible to configure group-searchfilte...
Enabling Java Profiling for Applications running on Kubernetes
Currently, we only have Instana AutoProfile to support for Java applications which is running on EC2 instacnes. However we want similar feature for an application which is running on Kubernetes hosts as a conatiner application.
about 2 months ago
in Instana / Java
Functionality already exists
The current ITNM WebGUI components version provides the option to use SNMPv3 to be used on SNMP requests, but when it's selected by the user, ITNM actually sends an SNMPv2 request. Since there's already an option on the GUI to use SNMPv3, it would...
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