To meet your business needs, IBM® Sterling Control Center Monitor provides changes to existing features.
What's changed for V6.3.0
IBM Sterling Control Center Monitor V6.3.0 includes the following enhancements:
- As part of deprecating Swing UI(Classic UI) deprecation management functions for , SLC , Metadata Rules , Data Visibility Group(DVG), Reports have been moved to Web UI.
- Stop Control Center function is available from Web UI. User whose Role has highest permission for all permission settings will be able to stop CC.
- Welcome Message can be set in engine.properties and it will appear in the login page.
- Connect:Direct Node discovery function has been deprecated.
- When a Report is run, the output will be opened in a new tab.
What's changed for V126.96.36.199
IBM Sterling Control Center Monitor V188.8.131.52 includes the following enhancements:
- Connect:Direct Configuration Management functionality has been removed from Control Center Monitor and it is available from Control Center Director.
- Now, you can add, remove and update monitored servers from Control Center Monitor Web Console.
- Web console functionality has been expanded and list the new features and a large number of RESTful APIs have been added in support of the new functionality added to the Web console, which may be used by user applications.
- deleteEP.sh and deleteEP.bat have been added for removing old EPs.
- Performance was improved in multiple ways, including:
- Inter-EP (Event Processor) communications used to obtain data on monitored servers is reduced, speeding up both EP and Classic console performance in a multi-EP environment.
- Now, you can use rules to differentiate between SLC events for a process, or transfer, that completed on time successfully versus one that completed on time but failed.
- Memory usage was reduced by not caching prepared statements that would never be used again. This results in fewer open cursors when Oracle databases are used.
- Alert 0 processing performance has been made faster and the database contention that processing causes for MSSQL databases is reduced.
- Server reassignment logic is made more efficient and is now slightly faster than before.
- Non-CEP performance is improved by eliminating unnecessary work done by the
DeploymentServicewhen it ran on non-CEPs.
- Trace output from monitored Connect:Direct servers that was previously sent to the console is now being routed to log files.