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.
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 two weeks we worked on documentation, CI, a number of detectors and pollers, flows, meta-data, Helm, and custom resource graphs.
In September, we released updates for all supported OpenNMS releases.
A good build environment needs the right balance among complexity, speed, cost, and adaptability. With our recent move to CircleCI, OpenNMS has achieved that balance and even created two customized tools that others might find useful.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Time-Series API, Minion Remote Poller, CircleCI, Netflow, VMware, and Documentation
In the last 2 weeks we did a lot of infrastructure and bug fixing, as well as continuing to work on optimizing the new time-series API.
In the last week we did the June releases, fixed some bugs, did more work on Docker impovements, continued to work on Minion updates, time-series enhancements, metadata improvements and documentation, flow ReST, and more.
OpenNMS Horizon 26.1.1 and Meridian 2019.1.8 are out now.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – CircleCI, Docker, Minion, Time-Series and Kafka Metadata, and the Remote Poller
In the last week we did more work on CI and Docker images, Minion bugfixes, time-series metadata, refactoring the remote poller, and Kafka metadata improvements.