OpenNMS is an “old school open source project” in many ways. We’ve been around for 20 years, spent most of that time hacking on code, and our community feels like family. Typical of early open source projects, marketing and branding haven’t always been a top priority at OpenNMS. We’ve always had a logo (a logotype, if [...]
OpenNMS Security Issue Requires Immediate Upgrade The OpenNMS Group recently learned about and fixed a security vulnerability that allowed local and remote code execution as an authenticated user via a custom, targeted JEXL expression. Thank you to Artem Smotrakov for notifying us of this issue. CVE-2021-3396 applies to the following: Meridian-2016.1.0 - Meridian-2016.1.24 Meridian-2017.1.0 - Meridian-2017.1.26 [...]
We recently learned about a security issue with OpenNMS. Please refer to CVE-2021-3396 for more information. To protect everyone using OpenNMS from an exploitation of this vulnerability, the CVE will not provide full details of the vulnerability until Tuesday, February 16, 2021. This should provide time to upgrade your system before full public disclosure. This issue [...]
Open Source AIOps Platform, "ALEC," Streaming Telemetry, Network Traffic Analysis, and Java 11 Support The OpenNMS Group announced the release of OpenNMS Horizon 24. Horizon 24 is the most comprehensive version of OpenNMS to date, making it one of the most powerful, scalable monitoring systems available anywhere. Horizon 24 introduces ALEC, the first open source AIOps [...]
The next OpenNMS training course will be held the week of 27 February through March 3rd, 2017, at the OpenNMS headquarters in Pittsboro, NC, USA. If you can’t make it to Mardi Gras, come join us in Pittsboro. It’s the next best thing!
The OpenNMS Group is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the 14th annual Southern California Linux Expo to be held 22-24 January in Pasadena, California. In addition to having a booth in the expo hall, Ken Eshelby will be presenting a talk entitled “Internet of Thingies.” Also, join us at the “Network and Server Management” birds of [...]
The OpenNMS Group is happy to be a Platinum Sponsor of the SouthEast LinuxFest taking place in Charlotte, NC, USA, from 12-14 June. There will be a booth in the exhibit hall showcasing our Meridian and Horizon products, and our CEO, Tarus Balog, will be giving a talk entitled “Open Source is Dead, and This May Be a [...]
The next OpenNMS training course will be held the week of 10-14 August, 2015, at the OpenNMS headquarters in Pittsboro, NC, USA.
A group of OpenNMS folks will be attending this year’s POSSCON conference in Columbia, SC on 14-15 April. There will be a booth where you can come by and see the new OpenNMS shiny, and Tarus Balog will be giving a talk on the first day about switching to the Linux Desktop, and on the second day there will be a workshop on using [...]
PITTSBORO, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The OpenNMS Group, Inc., the maintainers of the award winning OpenNMS open source network management application platform, are releasing a new product line called OpenNMS Meridian. Earlier in the year, the community-driven OpenNMS Project renamed the mainline software release to OpenNMS Horizon. This signaled a change to a much more rapid release cycle for [...]