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 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.
In the last week we worked on OpenBMP refactoring, ToS handling in flows, OpenNMS.js updates, documentation, PostgreSQL 13, filtering outages in the application topology view, and bug fixes.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Documentation, Thresholding and Requisition Metadata Support, gNMI OpenConfig, Helm
In the last week we did more documentation improvements, worked on metadata support for thresholding and requisitions, added gNMI support to the OpenConfig integration, made Helm impromevements, and did lots of other bug fixing. Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Bonnie worked on improving installation documentation for Minion Chandra did more work on adding metadata [...]
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Events, Meta-Data, Time Series, SNMP, Helm, Documentation, Perspective Monitoring
In the last week we fixed a bunch of bugs relating to events, meta-data, time series, SNMP, and Helm, updated documentation, and continued to make small perspective monitoring tweaks in preparation for Horizon 27.
In the last week we continued to work on wrapping up the new perspective monitoring code (formerly remote poller), as well as other bugfixing and release preparations.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Slack Notifications, SNMPv3 Encryption, OpenConfig, Minion, Application Topology
In the last week we merged some old pending enhancements and cleanups, worked more on wrapping up the OpenConfig and Minion-based remote poller features, and fixed a bunch of bugs.
In the last 2 weeks we did more bug fixing work, continued to chip away at moving the remote poller to Minion, and then -- of course -- Dev-Jam projects.
OpenNMS is released on a monthly schedule, the first Tuesday of the month. The next scheduled release will be September 1st. In August, we released updates for all supported OpenNMS releases.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Documentation, OpenConfig gRPC, Startup, Integration API, SNMPv3, CircleCI, Remote Polling, Virtual Dev-Jam 2020
In the last week we worked on documentation, OpenConfig gRPC, OpenNMS startup, OIA, SNMPv3 credentials, CI, and moving remote polling to the Minion.