As of November 2, 2023, we've added a new threshold type to Canary called relative percentile. A relative percentile threshold detects when your observed metric deviates from the historical disbursement of the middle range of your data. Canary calculates this middle range by looking at your historical data from the chosen Lookback Window and identifying the 15th percentile (a value higher than 15% of your data disbursement) and the 85th percentile (a value higher than 85% of your data disbursement). Any time your data drops above or below that middle range—depending on the Direction chosen—Canary will alert you.
As of October 24, 2023, we’ve added some new filter options to the Trigger Configuration Panel in Canary. Remember, filters help you narrow down the exact data stream you want to monitor for data anomalies. The new filters include:
As of October 17, 2023, we've released the following changes to the Peacock Service Panel:
As of September 28, 2023, we've released the following changes to Parrot:
As of September 21, 2023, we made the following changes to the Peacock Service Panel:
As of September 20, 2023, we released a new UI design for the Loon sandbox! The new Home page includes the following metrics front and center for you to review:
As of September 20, 2023, we've added
bin_max data fields for additional card brands in the enhanced Parrot data. In other words, the Parrot API response now includes the BIN range minimum and maximum values for additional brands as well as the primary card brand. This can help you identify overlapping ranges between primary and additional networks.
As of September , 2023, we’ve released the following changes to the Peacock Service Panel:
As of September 8, 2023, we’ve added a new filter to the Canary Trigger Configuration Panel: Data Source. You can use this filter to build triggers that monitor for data anomalies in specific segments of your business.