In this release:

  • New features
  • Enhancements
  • Bug fixes
Type Feature/Issues Description Section in ServiceBus360
New feature Send Events to Azure Event Hubs
ServiceBus360 allows the users to send events to any associated Event Hub. With Send Events feature in place, the users can configure parameters like Event Message, Partition Key, Think Time, Task Count, Event Data Count, Send Batch, Custom Properties, and Partition Id before initiating the Send Events Process.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Event Hubs > Operations > Send Events
New feature
Governance and Auditing
We have added this new functionality for the users to track the user activities on "Operations" tab of ServiceBus360. It’s as easy as seeing “Who did what Property changes on which metrics of which entity at what time”.
Also, ServiceBus360 displays the alert history and alert mail sent for the recent 7 days.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Governance-Audit
Edit Service Bus Entity properties
In the earlier releases, the Properties of the associated namespaces were read-only. The user cannot change/update any metrics in the resource properties. We have now enabled the option to Edit certain properties of Service Bus Queue, Topic and Event Hub within ServiceBus360 UI.
These activities performed for the last 7 days are tracked and can be audited.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Select Entity > Properties
Categorize namespaces based on Microsoft Azure announcement
Based on the changes from Azure Infrastructure, we have aligned ServiceBus360 to associate namespace to one specific type - it can be either Messaging, Relay or Event Hub namespaces.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Settings > Namespace > Import Namespace / Associate Namespace
Option to copy Entity URL
We have added a Copy to Clipboard option to the Entity URL from the entity properties blade, this will help the users to copy the Entity URL seamlessly.  
ServiceBus360 Portal > Entity > Properties
Display relevant states to be selected in the “Expected State” configuration
ServiceBus360 will display only relevant states to be selected in the “Expected State” configuration in the entities monitoring section.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Select Entity > Monitoring > Edit
Custom access key in connection string
In the earlier version, ServiceBus360 allowed users to associate namespaces with default connection string. SerivceBus360 now allows the users to associate namespaces with custom connection strings created using the Manage claims option.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Settings > Namespace > Associate Namespace
Announcements If there is a new feature or any releases made available, the portal will display a number (indicating the number of new announcements made) against the Announcements icon next to the Notification icon on the top right corner of the screen. By clicking the icon you can read the details of the announcements made like New Release, Maintenance, and Feature promotions etc.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Home
Trial period for premium features
As the product matures, the licensing plans will evolve. Currently, We have two plans - Free and Professional. We are constantly developing new features and enhancements. These features will be separated categorically for different plans. We will also promote (for a short period of time) the newly built features and enhancements to the customers to try them. ServiceBus360 Portal > Settings > Payments
Bug fix
Limit number of alerts per violation
In the earlier releases, "Limit number of alerts per violation" option in Alarms section was not working as expected. The users faced unusual notification behavior when they unchecked this option while creating a new alarm. This issue is fixed and now the users receive notification as expected.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Monitoring > New Alarm
General License Terms From this release, ServiceBus360 licensing terms has been revised for both Free and Professional users. Please refer for more details.  ServiceBus360 Portal > Settings > Payments
General Terms of Service We have introduced Fair Usage Policy (FUP) in our Terms of Service.
Known limitation Unexpected behavior of Up Alert in notifying resource
In the earlier releases, the determination of an entity being monitored for up alerts i.e. recovery from the threshold violations was not working as expected. Occasionally, the users received up alert emails even if the entity continued to stay in the violated state for any of its property being monitored.
This happens when the Azure Resource Manager API times out. We are working on fixing this issue.
ServiceBus360 Portal > Monitoring