Here are the major enhancements in this release, for more detail check out the change log.
- Enhanced remote data collection allowing for greater scale and more stability for remote instances.
- Improved UI for faster loading of pages for larger installations.
- Reduced polling times by adjusting the conditions where devices need to be re-indexed.
- New Graph Tree Site node to allow seeing graphs per site.
- New Installation Wizard allowing configuration of main and remote instances.
Thank you everyone who are using Cacti and especially those helping to make Cacti better!
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