• Doug Soutworth

NetSage update upgrades user experience

The most recent NetSage release (1.9.0) has been made public at https://portal.netsage.global. This release focuses on small but important user experience upgrades, such as more friendly names for source and destination scope selections on the Advanced Flow Analysis Dashboard and consistent ordering of menus across all Dashboards. Additional information designed to help better visualize groupings of flows was added to several Dashboards as well. The Flow Data Dashboard now includes Top Protocols, Top Source Ports, and Top Destination Ports, while the Flow Data by Science Discipline Dashboard now shows total volumes of individual source or destination science disciplines.


End users consistently ask for better filtering tools so that they can more easily identify flows of interested between endpoints, and as a result of these requests, the Individual Flows Dashboard now has the ability to filter by subnet. Simply type in as little or as much of the specific subnet of interest, and only flows matching this filter will be displayed.


We hope you enjoy the expanded capabilities of NetSage 1.9.0 and look forward to your feedback.


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