In August, we released updates to all OpenNMS Meridian versions under active support, as well as an update to Horizon 28. This is the final Meridian 2018 release, as it has reached end-of-life.

Horizon 28.0.2

Release 28.0.2 contains a bunch of bug fixes and enhancements, as well as some fixes for XSS issues and a Jetty CVE.

The codename for Horizon 28.0.2 is Soundwave.

For a high-level overview of what has changed in Horizon 28, see What’s New in OpenNMS Horizon 28.

A Note About Meridian 2018 and End of Life

This release marks 3 years of Meridian 2018, initially launched in September of 2018, so it is officially at its end of life as a supported release.
If you haven't already upgraded, consider this our strong encouragement to do so. :D

Additionally, here is the EOL schedule for the newer Meridian releases:

  • Meridian 2019 will expire in October of 2022
  • Meridian 2020 will expire in September of 2023
  • Meridian 2021 will expire in April of 2024

Meridian Point Releases

All Meridian releases this month contained security updates, so it is recommended that you upgrade.

Additionally, 2020.1.11 adds a fix for a potential OOM on the Minion if off-heap storage is enabled for forwarding.

On top of that, 2021.1.3 adds documentation fixes, and a performance enhancement to the node cache used when processing flows.

For a list of changes, see the release notes: