For January we released point updates to Horizon 27, Meridian 2020, and Meridian 2019.
In the last few weeks we did very little, as The OpenNMS Group is officially on holiday from Christmas to the New Year. However, a few small changes made it in before everyone disappeared for a while.
In the last week we continued to work on bug fixing and improvements related to Nephron and flows, Minion, packaging and configuration, and the web UI.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Elasticsearch, SNMP, CircleCI, Documentation, OpenBMP, Nephron, Minion, Flows, Helm
In the last week we worked on Elasticsearch indexing, malformed SNMP, CircleCI, documentation, OpenBMP migration, Nephron, Minion configuration, flow aggregation, and Helm.
In the last week we released new Meridian and Horizon versions, and worked on a bunch of bugs, Nephron flow processing, moving BMP support in-core, node geohashes, the Prometheus collector, Minion configuration, ToS/QoS aggregation, and much more.
In November we released updates to all supported Meridians as well as Horizon 27.
In the last week we did more documentation migration, Elasticsearch flow storage and queries, Netflow, traps, tests, and topology maps.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Nephron, Provisiond, OpenBMP, sFlow, Netflow, TLS, CIFS, OpenNMS.js, Grafana, Topology
In the last week we did a bunch of work on nephron and flows, fixed a bunch of bugs including provisioning imports and CIFS, fixed timezone support in the Grafana database reports, and more.
In the last week we worked on Nephron and flows, documentation, VMware updates, Minion certificate handling, OpenBMP migration, Grafana reports, and the topology map.
In the last week we released Horizon 27, did more documentation migration work, finished up the OpenConfig gNMI merge, fixed some Horizon 27 bugs (🙃), made some CircleCI improvements, and worked on Nephron performance.