OpenNMS On the Horizon – August 12th, 2019 – Sentinel, Flows, CI, Testing, Reporting, and Helm!
It’s time for OpenNMS On the Horizon!
In the last week we did more work on Sentinel and flow backend code, tests and CI, reporting, and Helm.
Github Project Updates
Internals, APIs, and Documentation
Jesse did more work stabilizing smoke tests.
Sean continued his work improving the CircleCI workflow.
Dustin did more work on validating Netflow 9 graphing/data.
Ron Roskens continued to work on getting builds/tests running under JDK 11.
Dustin fixed the metadata DSL to work with PageSequenceMonitor configs.
Ronny worked on converting container images to use Confd rather than custom shell scripting.
Jesse worked around a potential deadlock in Drools while shutting down.
Sean worked on updating our Kafka components to 2.3.0.
Matt continued his work persisting threshold config to PostgreSQL and syncing across Sentinel/OpenNMS.
Sean added some configurable enhancements to the new DNS resolver.
Jesse worked on improving diagnostics and performance of the JMS (ActiveMQ) RPC.
Web, ReST, and UI
Markus did more work on simplifying the UI for scheduling reports.
I worked on updating OpenNMS.js and Helm to use Dependabot to keep dependencies up-to-date.
I added support for customizing column centering in the Helm alarm table.
Jesse updated the Grafana reports to show the time range in the header.
Jesse fixed some Helm compatibility issues with Grafana 6.3.
Patrick continued his work on making filter priority customizable.
Christian fixed a memory leak in the ops board.
Tarus Balog Out On Medical Leave
On the morning of Friday, July 26th, a driver crossed the centerline and hit the Ford F-150 Tarus was driving nearly head on. He sustained several injuries included a fractured vertebrae and a crushed left ankle.
He has reluctantly gone on Medical leave and while we hope to have him back soon he will most likely be out until the end of September. He is still checking email but please understand his responses may be delayed while we wish him a full recovery.