This changelog reflects the history of the Moesif platform.
July 11, 2018
User search would return “We’re sorry, an issue occurred when fetching your results” for certain accounts.
- Collector sends moesif.com instead of moesif.net in response to requests with no TLS SNI header. Fixes errors in certain client configurations with Cloud Proxy.
- Apps can now be deleted or renamed in the Org and Team settings
- Raw request and response body text is now displayed using monospace font and no scroll bar needed.
June, 22 2018
- Alert channels can now be throttled if you’re receiving too many alerts in a short period.
- Daily rollup emails
- Improvements to speed of processing events for some organizations.
- Updated Moesif Cloud Proxy encoding to v3. This solves issues where URLs did not
pass certain URL validators due to
_being present. A v3 URL subdomain will end in -3.
June 13, 2018
- Masking fields via X-Moesif-Request-Masks and X-Moesif-Response-Masks now supports XML content and XML is pretty printed when displayed in event stream
- User Time series under User Analytics
- Python WSGI Latency calculation
- Added new metrics which can be used for alerting:
- modifiedTime in User profiles
June 6, 2018
- Time series charts now supports segmentation/group by. For example, you can plot error rate over time per API route on same chart.
- Event diff to see how API calls are different.
- Links to each API event that can be shared with teammates (Requires sign in)
- Moesif event stream will now auto-fetch API events and show count of new events since last refresh.
May 27, 2018
- Relevant Alerts that you can give a thumbs up or down. Moesif will learn your behavior to minimize the amount of uninteresting alerts sent.
May 15, 2018
- Time series charts now supports preset intervals month, week, day, hour, minute, second.
May 8, 2018
- Anomaly detection sensitivity can be customized for each alert rule.
May 4, 2018
- Added support for Ethereum Web3 and GraphQL.
- New anomaly metric summary and charts
- Embedded charts in alerts