2019-03-28 Integrations: Bug fixes for Google Cloud integrations

Released on: 
March 28, 2019

Bug fixes

  • Some Google Kubernetes Engine entities had duplicate identifiers. In order to fix this issue, New Relic has regenerated the internal entityId and externalKey attributes for all containers in Insights events and Infrastructure inventory for this cloud integration.
    • This change doesn't have any impact either on the integration default dashboard provided by New Relic Infrastructure or on the Insights queries.
    • However, all entities related to Google Kubernetes Engine will be created again in Inventory. Accordingly, you might see duplicated entities for 48 hours, until the old identifiers expire. This might also cause an unexpected volume of Entity created events.
  • ​Metadata for Google Compute Engine virtual machines was not being added to the metric events reported by the New Relic Infrastructure agent. In order to fix this issue, New Relic has regenerated the internal externalKey attribute for all virtual machines and disks in Insights events and Infrastructure inventory for this cloud integration.
    • This change doesn't have any impact either on the integration default dashboard provided by New Relic Infrastructure or on the Insights queries.
    • However, all entities related to Google Compute Engine will be created again in Inventory. Accordingly you might see duplicated entities for 48 hours, until the old identifiers expire. This might also cause an unexpected volume of Entity created events.
  • For Google Cloud integrations, the value of the zone attribute was not reported consistently. As a consequence, some inventory attributes and event metadata, such as project, were not reported for some Google Cloud Storage buckets.