Since last time, we worked on DAO internals, the config manager API, flow and flow thresholding documentation, device config backup, CI and flapping tests, non-root documentation, metadata provisioning updates, SSH support, Minion docker images, the SNMP detector, the Quartz scheduler, servlet input improvements, node page service bar graphs, TLS config, new UI plugins, topology, and provisioning, legacy UI dependency updates, and node REST validation.
Github Project Updates
Internals, APIs, and Documentation
Alex updated some DAO internals to use better SQL APIs
Patrick and Yang Li did more work on exposing multiple instances of the same config service in OSGi
Bonnie did more work on flow documentation improvements
Chandra cleaned up service name mapping in the device config backup code
I cleaned up some CI build image issues
Ronny added example documentation for running Horizon 29 as root
initial work moving configuration from XML files to the database -- the first config file implemented on top of the new system will be provisiond-configuration.xml
support for running OIA plugins on Minion and Sentinel
support for backing up router configuration files
Next Meridian: 2022 (Q1 2022)
The current expectation is that we will release Meridian 2022 in March of 2022.
It will be based on Horizon 29.
Note that this is just based on current plans; dates, features, and releases can change or slip depending on how development goes.
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