Release Notes: Possible stability issues have been fixed. Cluster monitoring has improved. Management packs are fully implemented (templates, events, and SNMP traps can be exported and imported). A native driver for Oracle has been implemented (ODBC is not required anymore). Microdowell support in the UPS subagent has been improved. Multiple changes in the Windows console (layer 2 topology view, improved graphs, and object search has been changed). Certificate-based authentication has been implemented (works with smart cards, USB tokens, etc.). Multiple minor issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release improves support for templates applied on clusters, can filter automatically-populated maps, makes multiple NXSL improvements based on user requests, provides HTTP support in the Web-checker, and adds the new dashboard elements "status map" and "table values".
Release Notes: This release greatly improves support for table DCIs, including transformation scripts, multi-column keys, and charts based on table data. Support for SNMP tables is also added. The Web interface now features CAS single sign-on support, as well as a persistent workbench layout.
Release Notes: This release adds support for wireless concentrators (currently only Symbol / Motorola WS series are supported), simplified support for Windows performance counters, basic software inventory, and numerous bugfixes and improvements in WebUI and the core product.
Release Notes: This release adds DCI (data collection items) instance discovery, an NxShell interactive shell for the commandline and automation, new features in the built-in NXSL scripting language, a driver for D-Link switches, improved LLDP support, new features and improvements in the management console and the Android agent, and other improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a new "stable" release which deprecates the 1.0.x branch and is recommended for production use. Major changes include a rewritten-from-scratch cross-platform management console, a Web interface, Unicode support, tabular DCIs, and an embedded reporting engine.