Perchy has a new place for YOU to land: the new dashboard is live and it is awesome! We want you to have the most valuable info possible dropped right in your lap right away; Perchy prepares it all and brings it right to you, like a faithful hound with the morning paper. Escalations, recent alerts, and suppression information is near the top, scroll down to see info about your communities, your sensors, and get some insight into overall network visibility and ‘noisy’ hosts.
‘Since You’ve Been Gone’: you might not miss Perchy while you’re away, but we don’t want you to miss out on the important details about what’s been happening since you’ve been gone. Every time you log in, you’ll be presented with a quick overview of important activity that happened while you were logged out: escalations, alerts closed, comments, new intel, and sightings of your personal indicators. You won’t need to manually log out to take advantage of this new information, just close the Perch app when you’re done using it.
We’re adding reverse DNS name information to our alerts, so that its easier to relate a private IP to a named host. Look for this new information in the ‘src_FQDN’ and ‘dest_FQDN’ fields on alerts in Perchybana. In the future, we’ll be incorporating this new data into more elements of the UI, for easier identification everywhere.
Snackbar/toast notifications (the little panels that pop up from the bottom of the window) message color should now be easier to read.
Returned the ‘Select All’ button to its rightful place on the community feed selection modal - no one likes having to click those boxes one by one.
As usual, there’s a bunch of tweaks and performance tuning that we’re doing to keep the app snappy and responsive. If you run into something that’s loading slowly for you, or feels like a chore to use, LET US KNOW! We love the feedback and we’re always on the look out to hear it directly from our users!