Hi everyone 👋
Another week gone – time is flying at the moment.
The web services team ran a full creative review and worked through amends to our editorial interfaces on the back of feedback from the session. The interfaces are looking really strong now, and I hope to be sharing them soon.
They worked on a series of general bug fixes and improvements, as well as progressing a restructure of our documentations.
The network team has been focused on fixing a bug with session storage which was occasionally failing to capture sessions when they were closed and opened within a small timeframe.
They have also been working to introduce a more accurate device status in explorer, which now shows when a device was last connected.
A new method for cleaning up old ACL sessions has been progressed, and the finishing touches have been made to the new Content Distribution app, which is live in test.network, and which will be put through its paces on Monday.
We’ve also been busy working on the roadmap for the next two quarters and in to next year, which we’ll be releasing soon.
And the method used for syncing requests with Hosts was optmised and refined.
We opened discussions with a number of potential new customers. As ever it’s early days, but the discussions have been positive.
And finally we released a significant update to the Edge Network Explorer, which brings a number of improvements, the more noticeable among them being an ability to see when a device was last seen on the network, as well as a much quicker update cycle (now measured in seconds!).
You can read about this more here: https://edge.network/en/updates/network/tracking-devices-on-the-network/
And that’s it!
Enjoy your weekends.