This is a selected overview of PRTG features we are currently working on or will work on in the future.
Please be aware that some of the items may move or even disappear completely.
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Support for Okta as SSO provider for access to your on-premises PRTG Network Monitor installation.
Monitor the status and performance of your 3PAR storage system. We will implement dedicated sensors for HPE 3PAR drive enclosure, virtual volume, and controller nodes.
The HPE 3PAR Common Provisioning Group sensor is available as of PRTG stable version 126.96.36.1999, and you can try out experimental versions of the sensor types HPE 3PAR Drive Enclosure and HPE 3PAR Virtual Volume as of PRTG stable version 188.8.131.522.
Monitor your server hardware using the Redfish protocol from your servers' BMC controllers like Lenovo XClarity, HPE iLO or Dell iDrac. This enables you to keep an eye on CPU, power supply, or disk drives, for example. Redfish is the successor of IPMI and provides better security.
Try out experimental versions of the sensor types Redfish System Health, Redfish Virtual Disk, and Redfish Power Supply as of PRTG stable version 184.108.40.2066.
Monitor your Microsoft 365 mailbox and keep track of the mailbox size and latest and oldest emails. You can also monitor specific emails by using filter options.
Monitor the system health and get an overview of the overall state of your Fortinet FortiGate firewalls with FortiGate System Health and FortiGate VPN Overview sensors.
Try out an experimental version of the FortiGate System Statistics sensor as of PRTG stable version 220.127.116.116.
Use PRTG Desktop to transfer probes and other objects between configurations of different PRTG servers, and to easily read and compare the configuration files.
Group sensors from different PRTG servers in PRTG Desktop for a quick overview or to use them on your dashboards.
We add yearly plans to Paessler PRTG Hosted Monitor.
Initial version of a new client API that you can enable in addition to the existing API. The initial feature-set will be limited but extended over time. You can use it to query monitoring objects and perform basic actions (pause/resume, scan now, acknowledge monitoring objects).
Read all about the new API here: I want to use the new UI and new API. What do I need to know?
Initial version of a new responsive, mobile-friendly web-interface that you can enable in addition to the existing interfaces. The initial feature-set will be limited but extended over time. You can use it to view the current monitoring status and perform basic actions (pause/resume, scan now, acknowledge monitoring objects).
Read all about the new UI here: I want to use the new UI and new API. What do I need to know?
The Multi-Platform Probe enables you to deploy probes on Linux and Windows systems in future.
Read all about the new Multi-Platform Probe here: What is the Multi-Platform Probe and how can I use it?
Perform a search on multiple PRTG core servers simultaneously.
Monitor your network infrastructure with our new Multi-Platform Probe that runs also on Linux systems.
PRTG gets a completely new UI and API. Use them to create, edit, and delete monitoring objects.
More features to monitor all target systems that support a REST interface.
Monitor an OPC UA tag if and how often the value is changing to detect issues in the system or process like communication breakdown between PLCs.
A widget for the Multi Server Dashboard in PRTG Desktop that you can configure to display information for one or a few selected channels
Monitor Palo Alto firewalls
Monitor the status and battery health of your Eaton UPS.