ATSD contains modules that are designed to improve user experience and enhance product quality while delivering timely notifications to customer about new database releases. The modules collect usage information that helps us prioritize product development with the customer priorities in mind.
ATSD instance checks availability of new versions by sending a request via HTTPS protocol to
The request is submitted at start time and on a daily basis.
The request payload contains the current version number, OS name and version, hardware memory size, as well as basic usage statistics (counters) for the database itself.
No information about named records (such as entity names or configuration objects) is included in the payload.
When opening external documentation links in the ATSD web interface, the browser transmits HTTP referrer header containing the ATSD URL to
For users with administrative roles, the Support tab in the ATSD user interface performs a check of the latest available ATSD version by sending a request via HTTPS protocol to
axibase.com. The payload does not contain any database information.
When a user clicks an email link on the Support tab, the link opens a message in the local email client with the subject line containing the database version. The subject can be modified by the user.