Today we’re happy to announce a slew of new APIs that have been added to our Subscription Management API tool set. The Subscription Management API at Office365Mon has long been a market differentiator with other solutions in the Office 365 monitoring space. Our first releases allowed you to manage the basics of the core monitoring features of Office365Mon. Based on customer demand, we have just released a significant expansion of those APIs. Our total feature set for managing your Office365Mon subscription has gone from 28 APIs to 46.
The new API support allows you to do things like configure the cloud service for your Distributed Probes and Diagnostics deployments (https://www.office365mon.com/Configure/OnPremProbes), which allows you to issue health probes in conjunction with our cloud service from any geographic location where you have users. You can also configure the integration with the Office 365 Service Communication API (https://www.office365mon.com/Signup/Status), which allows you to stay up to date with any changes in the status of all of the services and features you have in your Office 365 tenant. You can also manage Office365Mon’s monitoring of the SharePoint Online search service (https://www.office365mon.com/Configure/SearchMon). This is critical for virtually all SharePoint customers, since so much of the content is driven by search – such as Content by Query web parts, search-based navigation, etc. – in addition to being used by many, many custom applications. With these new APIs, you can now manage virtually every single thing using our API that you can do in the browser on our site.
Today’s announcement marks another set of innovative features that were developed based on feedback from you, our customers. We hope you’ll find these to be valuable additions to the management of your Office365Mon subscriptions. As always, if you have other requests or ideas for features you would like to see in our service, please just send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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