In the last 2 weeks we did more bug fixing work, continued to chip away at moving the remote poller to Minion, and then -- of course -- Dev-Jam projects.
OpenNMS is released on a monthly schedule, the first Tuesday of the month. The next scheduled release will be September 1st. In August, we released updates for all supported OpenNMS releases.
OpenNMS Group will be participating in a session at TM Forum’s Catalyst Digital Showcase, along with partners Tech Mahindra and Cortex, on Thursday, July 30, 14:00-14:30, CEST. Presented by the TM Forum, a global industry association, catalysts are rapid-fire proof-of-concept projects that bring together large and small companies to create innovative solutions to common challenges, leveraging [...]
In the last week we we fixed a bunch more bugs, did more work on moving the remote poller to the Minion, and picked up work on Helm again. This week: DEV JAM!
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Documentation, OpenConfig gRPC, Startup, Integration API, SNMPv3, CircleCI, Remote Polling, Virtual Dev-Jam 2020
In the last week we worked on documentation, OpenConfig gRPC, OpenNMS startup, OIA, SNMPv3 credentials, CI, and moving remote polling to the Minion.
In the last week we did more changes for SNMPv3 credentials, updated dependencies, Kafka certificate validation, flows, continuous, and documentation.
A good build environment needs the right balance among complexity, speed, cost, and adaptability. With our recent move to CircleCI, OpenNMS has achieved that balance and even created two customized tools that others might find useful.
In July, we released updates to all Meridian versions from 2016 through 2019, as well as Horizon 26.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Bug Fixes, JDK Build System Updates, Encrypted SNMPv3, New Package Repositories
In the last week we did more bug fixing, worked on JDK build system updates, encrypted SNMPv3 credentials, new package repositories, and more.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Build and Infrastructure, Documentation, Flow and Measurements Bug Fixes, and Minion Remote Poller
In the last week we did more build and infrastructure work, documentation updates, flow and measurements bugs, and the Minion-based remote poller.