Performance Co-Pilot Sees First Major Version Bump In Nearly A Decade
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 20 February 2018 at 09:39 AM EST. Add A Comment
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The Performance Co-Pilot open-source cross-platform monitoring/visualizing stack has reached version 4.0 as its first major version hike in almost ten years.

Performance Co-Pilot 4.0 was released this past Friday as a big step for this cross-platform monitoring software. PCP 4.0 adds metric labels as a new form of metric metadata, PMAPI code refactoring, several tool updates, and a range of other work.

The PCP 4.0 release announcement cover the major changes of this release. To learn more about Performance Co-Pilot 4.0 visit PCP.io.
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