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Introduction to SL1

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Documentation Updates for 10.1.0

Updates to the Online Documentation PDF Documentation
The Overview page in the Business Service Investigator has been redesigned to incorporate behavioral service event correlation and anomaly detection. Business Services
You can now create and deploy user interface themes in the new SL1 user interface. Customizing the SL1 User Experience

A new NOC Overview dashboard is now included in SL1 by default. It displays a high-level overview of your business services and their current health statuses in a single-pane view.


You can now create Configuration Table widgets that display configuration Dynamic Application data for a single device.


When creating or editing dashboard widgets for devices or services, you can now select specific devices or services to always appear in the widget.


You can now view data from all descendants of any service context in Device Leaderboard widgets.


In Sunburst widgets for Business Services, you can now choose whether or not devices appear in the outermost sunburst ring.


In the Device Investigator, you can now change the order in which the widgets appear by dragging and dropping the panel headings on the left sidebar.


In the Device Investigator, you can also drag and drop to combine multiple time series metrics into the same chart.


The Device Investigator now automatically saves any changes you make to the metrics that display for each device upon exiting the page, and will recall that layout the next time you visit the page.


In the Device Investigator, you can now add a Map widget that displays the device's relationships with other devices.


With the new Machine Learning tab on the Device Investigator, you can now enable anomaly detection enabled on devices to identify data that falls outside the boundaries of expected behavior.


A new feature, Activity Center, enables you to run a set of generic network diagnostic tools for a specific device and view a history of tools that have been run for that device and other devices.


You can now unmerge vanished devices to recover the physical device

Device Management

The pages used for managing and creating/editing credentials have been redesigned.


You can now test credentials during the guided or unguided discovery process, or from the Credentials page.


You can now add devices using guided or unguided discovery from the Discovery Sessions page.

Discovery and Credentials

Production environments now require six (6) Compute Nodes


Production environments now require the new Storage Manager node


Enabling the Collector Pipeline


New fields in the Appliance Manager page to support SL1 systems that use AWS RDS


Minor improvements to the PhoneHome chapter


Addition details on Uploading a .vhd Image File to an Azure Storage Account

Installation and Initial Configuration

SL1 now includes a new beta feature, anomaly detection, that examines historical CPU data and data from Dynamic Applications and detects when unexpected behaviors occur

Machine Learning-based Anomaly Detection

Maps are now rendered using HTML5. You can switch between HTML5 or Flash as the default setting for maps. Classic Maps (Views) can also be displayed in HTML5 instead of Flash.


Maps contain a number of new features, including the ability to add images, rectangles, circles, and other shapes and text to a map


The installation pages for the SL1 Windows Agent and SL1 Linux Agent were updated. Additional pages in the user interface were also updated.


You can install the SL1 Agent on a Solaris server (Beta) or an AIX server (Beta).

Monitoring with the SL1 Agent

The Row Count Estimate field updates with each selection you make in a custom report to provide an estimate of the number of rows that will appear in this report


Run Book Automations now allow user-initiated Run Book Actions; you can manually trigger automations via an Event for a Device

Run Book Automation

SL1 Appliance Counts are included in the billing payload


SL1 evaluates relationship data for each device, to ensure each device is billed only once

Subscription Billing

New feature, Pre-upgrade Check, runs diagnostics before deployments


Improvements to the user interface for the System Updates page


New setting in the Behavior Settings page that enables the beta feature "Concurrent SNMP Collection"


New icon in the Appliance Manager page downloads the results of the System Status script


In the silo.conf file, the MariaDB password is encrypted


Can now download PHP logs from the Developer Logs page


For diagnostic use only, can temporarily enable logging for Storage Objects used by Data Pull


Full Backup and DR Backup feature are disabled for customers using AWS RDS

System Administration

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