Changes in Version 2021.6
CI servers and build tools
- feature Bamboo 7.1 - 7.2 is supported.
- feature TeamCity 2020.1 - 2021.1 is supported. Plugin is compatible with new Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection mechanism implemented in TeamCity.
- feature Gradle 7.0 is supported.
- feature TestNG 6.13 - 7.4 is supported.
- feature Java 16 is supported. Now you can monitor your builds on Java 8 - Java 16.
feature Build monitoring on Apple silicon is now natively supported. The platform is also known as
Plugin for CI servers
- feature CI server plugin got an ability to specify data retention policies to control resource consumption. It is now possible to configure auto-deletion of old data and set global limit of the retained data.
- improvement Plugin for Jenkins CI server uses gzip compression to minimize traffic between plugin and web application.
- feature List of repositories has been re-designed. Now it looks like a table with sortable columns. It shows monitoring coverage, build count and used disk size.
- feature Web application got new Tests view which displays all JUnit and TestNG tests. It provides an ability to filter tests by status as well as examine events properties.
feature New build Timeline view shows events chronologically, allowing to identify not only an event order, but also cause-and-effect relationship.
Expanding the event node in the timeline tree, you can see the build activity that was caused by it.
- feature New All events view displays all build events with ability to show full traces where they were originated. For each event you can see its duration, properties and time in build chronology when it has happened.
- feature There is new Builds view which shows sortable list of builds in a repository.
Deprecation means that we intend to remove the feature or capability from a future release of YourKit YouMonitor. The feature or capability will continue to work and is fully supported until it is officially removed.
- Desktop version of YouMonitor UI is deprecated and will be removed in one of the next versions. The motivation is that the most of functionality of the desktop YouMonitor UI is implemented in the web app.