Question2Replies708Views ArjanM04 Member since 2014 39 posts Achmea Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years 7 months ago Closed Solved Autonomic Event Services (AES) 7.2 Release NotesWhere can I find the release notes for AES 7.2Have been looking around but can;t find them anywhere***Moderator Edit: Vidyaranjan| Updated Categories***×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoShanthini_Charles PEGA replied to ArjanM04Hi Arjan, You can refer to discussion : https://pdn.pega.com/community/product-support/question/autonomic-event… As per the discussion we still do not have Release Notes for AES 7.2. AES Installation Upgrade Guide and the Node Configuration Guide for AES 7.2 are available as stated below Installation Guide: https://pdn.pega.com/documents/aes-installation-upgrade-guide-72 Node Configuration Guide: https://pdn.pega.com/documents/aes-node-configuration-guide-72 Source: https://pdn.pega.com/products/autonomic-event-services-aes Regards, Shanthini Charles Accepted Solution Posted: 3 years agoWERDA PEGA replied to ArjanM04AES 72 release notes were never released. There will be another release of AES this year; it will have better documentation than the last. Primary advantages of AES 72 over AES 717 Scorecard Pre-Calculation. Scorecard data is calculated via batch agent. Dramatically reduces response time during login and when switching tenants. All users see consistent state-of-the-system. Scorecards may be re-distributed at will. PUSH Mode support. AES 72 significantly reduces load on monitored Pega71 systems. Pega71 systems can PUSH usage data to AES; eliminating need for AES to SOAP into node to gather data. Pega71 systems push database schema data daily; eliminating need for AES to SOAP to pull schema data for each new alert. Secure communications. AES supports HTTP Authentication in addition to SSL encryption. Granular alert thresholds. AES 72 provides three options to filter “the usual suspects” If an item is considered to be a non-issue and will not be worked, managers may take action “Ignore this issue” If a specific query / connector / stream / service is expected to be slower than standard threshold, managers may take action “Elevate KPI”. AES72 evaluates each alert against in-memory table of elevated KPI’s and ignores instances that are below the higher-bar when appropriate. AES72 has a delegated decision table to allow developers to simply construct complex filtering criteria for alerts and exceptions. Supports new alert format introduced with Pega718. As shipped AES 717 can not monitor Pega718+ Certified for Pega72+ platform. Explicit Postgres testing and support. Use of Postgres may significantly reduce cost of AES deployment.