What is this change about?
Futurae user activity data includes all the authenticate user, authenticate transactions and preauth events recorded for Futurae users.
In order to constantly improve the performance and scalability of our services, as well as the user experience when accessing the Futurae Admin dashboard, the following changes are planned:
Phase 1 - Starting on April 14th 2023
To immediately deliver on performance improvement, the User activity data will be stored for 30 days maximum.
This change will be reflected on the following components:
- The “History” information under the User details page at Futurae Admin.
- The Futurae Admin dashboard will support the options “Last 24 hours”, “Last 7 days” and “Last 30 days”. Additionally, the dashboard’s “Recent Activity” section will only display events of the last 30 days.
- The endpoints Get Users Activity, Get User Activity, Get Users Activity Statistics, and Get GeoIP Statistics, will only accept a
sincevalue within the last 30 days.
- The last 10 authentication events, even if older than 30 days, will still be provided to the Futurae, Whitelabel and SDK apps.
Phase 2 - Starting on May 2nd 2023
To further improve service consistency, the Statistics endpoints will be removed from the Admin API. According to our investigation the Statistics endpoints are not used, therefore this change is not expected to impact Futurae Admin API integrations.
The aforementioned changes are expected to greatly help to maintain the service consistency and performance, without sacrificing functionality or user experience.
Does this change have any impact on my Futurae API integration?
Although this is a breaking update, it’s not expected that the announced changes have any impact on Futurae Admin API integrations, considering that the affected endpoints are almost unused, except for some occasional requests. Customers who have used any of these endpoints over the last 3 months will be contacted by our customer team.
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