Autonomic Event Services (AES) 7.2 Release Notes
Where can I find the release notes for AES 7.2
Have been looking around but can;t find them anywhere
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AES 72 release notes were never released. There will be another release of AES this year; it will have better documentation than the last.
Primary advantages of AES 72 over AES 717
- Scorecard Pre-Calculation. Scorecard data is calculated via batch agent.
- Dramatically reduces response time during login and when switching tenants.
- All users see consistent state-of-the-system.
- Scorecards may be re-distributed at will.
- PUSH Mode support. AES 72 significantly reduces load on monitored Pega71 systems.
- Pega71 systems can PUSH usage data to AES; eliminating need for AES to SOAP into node to gather data.
- Pega71 systems push database schema data daily; eliminating need for AES to SOAP to pull schema data for each new alert.
- Secure communications. AES supports HTTP Authentication in addition to SSL encryption.
- Granular alert thresholds. AES 72 provides three options to filter “the usual suspects”
- If an item is considered to be a non-issue and will not be worked, managers may take action “Ignore this issue”
- If a specific query / connector / stream / service is expected to be slower than standard threshold, managers may take action “Elevate KPI”.
AES72 evaluates each alert against in-memory table of elevated KPI’s and ignores instances that are below the higher-bar when appropriate.
- AES72 has a delegated decision table to allow developers to simply construct complex filtering criteria for alerts and exceptions.
- Supports new alert format introduced with Pega718. As shipped AES 717 can not monitor Pega718+
- Certified for Pega72+ platform.
- Explicit Postgres testing and support. Use of Postgres may significantly reduce cost of AES deployment.
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