OpenNMS Meridian 2017.1.0 Released

Release 2017.1.0 is the first release of OpenNMS Meridian 2017. It is based on OpenNMS Horizon 19, plus a number of other bug fixes and changes that went into Horizon 20.

The codename for 2017.1.0 is Bering Strait.

What’s New in OpenNMS Meridian 2017?

Since Meridian 2016, a huge number of backend changes have occurred, including a large refactor of provisioning, many cleanups in Enlinkd, and a number of new features including the Business Service Monitor.

New features include:

  • Business Service Monitor: Provides a high-level correlation of business rules, and to display them in the topology map.
  • Slack notifications.
  • Plugin Manager: An API for adding 3rd-party “plugins” to OpenNMS.
  • Many UI enhancements in topology, provisioning, and elsewhere.
  • Elasticsearch ReST Forwarder: Store events, alarms, and alarm state changes in Elasticsearch for archival or searching.

For a complete list of new features, breaking changes, and upgrade notes, see The Meridian 2017 release notes.

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