If you're already a VividCortex user or just a fan who wants to see how VividCortex's application has evolved over time, be sure to take a look at our dedicated Product Updates blog.
We publish a product update post every two weeks, outlining the latest changes in our application; providing images that highlight any frontend overhauls; and noting any interesting or significant squashed bugs. The posts themselves are organized according to "App Changes" and "Agent Changes," as a way to clarify whether a given update pertains to the user-facing platform itself or to the VividCortex agent, an integral component of our monitoring technology. Updates often include display and styling changes and added support for database types, technologies, or features. Recent posts, for example, have covered improvements in off-host ranking, fixing a password reset bug, and the addition of a bulk invites feature.
Occaisionally, when we share an update that involved a more in-depth, resourceful approach or included something a little more unusual, we also write about it here, on our main company blog. We did this recently in our post about optimizing app downloads through code reductions. And, of course, VividCortex documentation can always be found at https://docs.vividcortex.com.
The Product Updates blog is accessible at any time under the "Product" tab on our website's top navigation, in the drop down menu.
We consider it extremely important and valuable to keep a consistent, up-to-date, customer-facing record of how our product has grown and changed. We hope our users -- along with anybody interested in VividCortex, engineering, or application monitoring -- find it helpful. If you have any questions or comments, don't hesitate to let us know -- you can contact us at email@example.com, send us a message here, or leave a comment below.