Large, distributed networks can be difficult to reach and monitor from a central location, with challenges like firewalls, network address translation (NAT) traversal, overlapping IP address ranges, and locked-down environments. The OpenNMS Minion component extends the reach of Horizon/Meridian, so you can monitor systems and networks that would otherwise be inaccessible, for optimal visibility into every [...]
OpenNMS On the Horizon – May 4th, 2020 – Documentation, Provisioning, Telemetry, Topology, Prometheus, Graphite, and More!
In the last week we did a lot of plumbing work in Provisiond, Telemetryd, and topology, as well as more documentation improvements, a Prometheus collector, and a Graphite telemetry adapter.
Release 26.0.1 is an off-schedule release to fix a vulnerability in ActiveMQ and the Minion.
Release 2019.1.6 is an off-schedule release to fix a vulnerability in ActiveMQ and the Minion.
Release 2018.1.18 is an off-schedule release to fix a vulnerability in ActiveMQ and the Minion.
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 [...]
This Week in OpenNMS – February 11th, 2019 – Integration API Extensions, Modernization and Refactoring, and Bug Fixes!
It's time for This Week in OpenNMS! Last week we added a ton of extensions to the OpenNMS Integration API, did more wrap-up on various modernization and refactoring projects, and fixed more bugs. Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Jesse did some work on refactoring poller configuration handling. Jesse added node assets, event handling, and [...]