Our public demo server was updated several days ago. It now has 25+ diverse hardware devices connected via different protocols. We use this server for personal demos, however, everyone may connect and check basic functionality available under non-admin accounts.
After a month of intensive development, we're presenting AggreGate v4.41. It finally provides support for grouping device settings, operations and events. This feature greatly simplifies servicing devices that have thousands of settings, such as SNMP-enabled routers, BACnet controllers, Java application servers (JMX device driver), etc.
The new release delivers over 200 improvements and fixes for AggreGate core and different modules, so we suggest to upgrade your installation.
The next minor AggreGate release will introduce new alert notification windows that are:
- Color-coded to reflect alert severity
- Auto-hidden after a certain time
Yeah, we've recently completed integration of AggreGate Client with Google Maps Static API. Any device that provides GPS data can be located on the map. Historical tracks are also available on-demand.
We are almost ready to publish open-source AggreGate SDK that includes four parts:
- LinkServer API for full remote control of AggreGate LinkServer and all connected hardware
- Driver Development Kit (DDK) for creating new LinkServer device drivers
- Plugin SDK for extending LinkServer with new data processing/presentation modules
- Agent SDK for implementing Java-based AggreGate Agents
The SDK will include extensive documentation, examples, and Java source codes for all modules.
New chart library is being tested now. It will be available in the next major AggreGate release.
We are now integrating a chart library in GUI editor. Almost 20 chart types with hundreds of properties will arrive soon! The combination of new charts with AggreGate's query and expression languages will bring new data visualization power to the system.