Release Notes: This is release brings REST APIs for Zorka Collector, so other applications can easily access data stored in ZICO collector. The ZICO UI itself now uses REST as the old Request Factory based interface has been scrapped. JDK 8 is now required.
Release Notes: This release brings a set of predefined metrics for Nagios (JVM, HTTP, SQL, LDAP, EJB) and a major overhaul of ZICO collector UI (getting rid of GXT). Many dependencies have been updated (asm, GWT, and Jetty, among others).
Release Notes: This release adds better support for Nagios with a nagios commands subsystem and functions for generating proper Nagios performance data messages. Only memory utilization is predefined right now using new functions, with more to come in the next release. Another change is hiding BSH scripts inside an agent jar. Users can still create a script directory and add their own scripts there (or even extract scripts from a jar, and modify and put it into the scripts/ directory).
Release Notes: This release brings some bugfixes and host grouping functionality for ZICO collector.
Release Notes: This is first official non-beta release. It brings JDK8 support (generating proper stack maps for instrumented code), Tomcat 8 support, and fixes for the ZICO collector and collector UI.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Glassfish 4.0 (both HTTP and EJB) and CXF (SOAP and REST over HTTP). It also adds generic I/O stream wiretaping functionality to the agent (used in the cxf.bsh extension script).
Release Notes: This release adds support for Wildfly 8 plus Undertow and SOAP monitoring (Axis 1.x supported at the moment, more to come). For JBoss 7.x and Wildfly, Zorka can now directly access JBoss configuration DMR data (without JMX), so it can see virtually all configuration and runtime parameters, including JBoss 7.0.x versions which had no support for JMX.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious bug in the Zico collector and adds dedicated support for Spring and Quartz libraries.
Release Notes: This release contains mainly bugfixes on its way to 1.0. For new functionalities, it adds JMS monitoring scripts/templates, a generic application auditing framework (with JBoss7 currently supported, more on the way), and a generic trappers/logging framework for logging slow/error requests (e.g., HTTP, SQL, EJB, JMS) to zabbix or syslog in addition to standard files.