OpenNMS On the Horizon – May 9th, 2022

Since last time, we worked on documentation (OIA, upgrades, non-root, BGP session monitor, introductions, Alarmd, criteria API, XML collector, device config backup, event datacollection, new UI), boostrapping Horizon Stream, updating various dependencies, Trapd, OIA, SSH authentication, Cucumber integration tests, asset search, cron-based Quartz config, hardware inventory, and Helm flows.

By |2022-05-09T21:05:13+00:00May 9th, 2022|

OpenNMS On the Horizon – Log4j, Prometheus, Grafana, Enlinkd, IPC, Docs, Config API, Non-Root, Sentinel, Minion, Flows, Thresholding, Discovery, OIA, TimescaleDB, Karaf, Twin API, Provisioning, Vue, Geomap, Helm

Since last time, we released Horizon and Meridian 73 times, and worked on Prometheus collections, Grafana package signatures, Enlinkd performance, IPC config, reports, docs for daemons, VMware, flows, and topology, config API support, running as non-root, Sentinel, Maven, Minion, flow thresholding, discovery config, OIA, TimescaleDB, Log4j2, Karaf, the Twin API, provisioning, the vue geomap, the new UI, and Helm.

By |2021-12-20T21:40:19+00:00December 20th, 2021|

OpenNMS Horizon 25.1.2 (Pierogi) Released

Release 25.1.2 is the fourth release in the Horizon 25 series. It contains a number of alarm classification bug fixes and performance improvements, flow enhancements, and more. The codename for 25.1.2 is Pierogi. Bug possible issue in JCIFS Monitor - contiously increase of threads - finally heap dump (Issue NMS-12407) Wrong links in the Help/Support page [...]

By |2020-01-07T19:43:12+00:00January 7th, 2020|

OpenNMS Meridian 2019.1.2 (Earth) Released

Release 2019.1.2 is the third release in the Meridian 2019 series. It contains a number of alarm classification bug fixes and performance improvements, flow enhancements, and more. The codename for 2019.1.2 is Earth. Bug possible issue in JCIFS Monitor - contiously increase of threads - finally heap dump (Issue NMS-12407) Wrong links in the Help/Support page [...]

By |2020-01-07T17:15:39+00:00January 7th, 2020|

OpenNMS On the Horizon – January 6th, 2020 – Graph API, SNMP Profiles, Package Repositories, Documentation, and More!

It's time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! Since before our Holiday break we continued to work on graph and SNMP enhancements, moving packages to a (hopefully) faster and easier-to-manage cloud service, and updated documentation. Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Markus did more work on optimizing and improving the new graph service API. Chandra continued [...]

By |2020-01-06T16:32:05+00:00January 6th, 2020|

OpenNMS On the Horizon – December 16th, 2019 – Documentation, Bug Fixes, Topology and Classification UI, and More!

It's time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! In the last week we updated documentation, fixed a number of important bugs, continued to work on topology and classification UI improvements, and more. Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Ronny worked with Alejandro and Jesse to improve our Newts installation guide to follow more best practice with [...]

By |2019-12-16T19:32:51+00:00December 16th, 2019|

OpenNMS Horizon 25.1.1 (Bánh bột lọc) Released

Release 25.1.1 is the third release in the Horizon 25 series. It contains a number of bug fixes mostly related to alarm and event processing and potential resource leaks, as well as provisioning enhancements to SNMP profiles. The codename for 25.1.1 is Bánh bột lọc. Bug Readiness probe with Minion in Kubernetes with health:check does not [...]

By |2019-12-03T22:10:37+00:00December 3rd, 2019|

OpenNMS On the Horizon – November 25th, 2019 – Bug Fixes, BMP in Telemetryd, Time-Series APIs, Helm, and More!

It's time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! In the last week we continued to work on fixing bugs and doing new work on BMP support in Telemetryd and time-series API improvements. Also, Helm got some fixes for Grafana 6.4 and a new release. Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Ronny continued his work on expanding [...]

By |2019-11-25T16:21:53+00:00November 25th, 2019|
Go to Top