Web Performance Monitor 2.0 (SEUM) Release Candidate Is Here!
The release candidate (RC) for Web Performance Monitor 2.0 is officially here. All WPM customers on active maintenance should have the RC waiting for them in their SolarWinds customer portal. We’d love for you to try it out and post any feedback you have on the WPM RC forums here.
The first thing you’ll notice is the name change; SEUM is out, Web Performance Monitor is in. Hopefully you’ll all agree, this is a much better name and describes what the product actually does in a less esoteric context. Now to the features. Thanks to Mr. aLTeReGo and the WPM dev team, this release is full of exciting new features and functionality that continue to improve the product. Let’s dive in.
First, we’ve added support for Java applications. This means you now have the ability to measure and monitor user experience and availability of your web-based Java applications. You can find more detail on that here from one of aLTeReGo’s previous blog posts.
To learn more, please read the entire article here: Web Performance Monitor 2.0 (SEUM) Release Candidate Is Here!