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· 38 min read

Another release of the Netdata Monitoring solution is here!

We focused on these key areas:

Infinite scalability of the Netdata Ecosystem

Default Database Tiering, offering months of data retention for typical Netdata Agent installations with default settings and years of data retention for dedicated Netdata Parents.

Overview Dashboards at Netdata Cloud got a ton of improvements to allow slicing and dicing of data directly on the UI and overcome the limitations of the web technology when thousands of charts are presented on one page.

Integration with Grafana for custom dashboards, using Netdata Cloud as an infrastructure-wide time-series data source for metrics

PostgreSQL monitoring completely rewritten offering state of the art monitoring of the database performance and health, even at the table and index level.

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