OpenNMS On the Horizon – May 20th, 2019 – Bug Fixes, CI Workflow, Grafana Integration, Helm, and More!
It’s time for OpenNMS On the Horizon!
In the last week we continued to do bug fixes ahead of the 24.1 Horizon release, did more work supporting flow enhancements and graph service improvements, worked on CI infrastructure, reporting from Grafana, and more!
Github Project Updates
Internals, APIs, and Documentation
David continued to work on refactoring threshd out of opennms-services.
I wrapped up my changes to OpenNMS startup scripts and exit-code handling.
Patrick continued his work making the graph service handle edges with vertexes from multiple namespaces.
Markus did more work on fixing up an issue that could cause health:check to get stuck.
Markus made more changes to the branch porting application topology to the new graph service.
Ronny did some work on improving Docker caching in the CircleCI workflow.
Chandra fixed some issues in the integration API that could cause service start failures.
I released an updated OpenNMS.js with fixed CLI rendering of alarms.
Christian worked on adding hostname resolution while processing flows.
Chandra worked on fixing a memory leak issue when reloading Drools.
Chandra made more improvements to tracing support in the sink API.
Jesse fixed a bug that kept nodes from being deleted.
Web, ReST, and UI
Matt worked on improvements to the flow ReST API to allow querying conversations.
Markus worked on a feature to create flow reports from Grafana dashboards.
Patrick worked on fixing the minion status page.
I worked on fixing layout in the alarm details page in Helm (word-wrapping, etc.)
I added color theme support to allow changing the severity color scheme.
Upcoming Events and Appearances
NETHINKS Training in Fulda, Germany - June and October
NETHINKS will be offering German-language training in their headquarters in Fulda, Germany.