Since last time, we worked on documentation (backup/restore, events, provisioning, traps, surveillance categories, detectors), CI optimizations, Horizon Stream (Kubernetes, provisioning and detectors, alarm and queries, Keycloak integration, shared APIs, CI, Minion, GraphQL), device config backup logging, OpenTelemetry tracing, JUnit 5, telemetry replay, non-root, parallel time-series writes, ALEC algorithms and UI, the Elasticsearch Drift Plugin, flow processing refactoring, the Twin API, Kafka handling of zero values, Pollerd optimization, datachoices metric collection, Prometheus collector error handling, WebMonitor response times, time-series API off-heap storage, REST (alarms, device config, provisioning config), bridge topology classifying, alarm advanced search, and password complexity validation.
Since last time, we worked on time-series deduplication, Enlinkd, Horizon startup scripts, CircleCI optimizations, documentation (detectors, trap config, git config management, and device config backup types), Flows, Keycloak, Grafana, OSGi, SCV, Karaf, Telemetryd, Horizon Stream (HTTP client, GraphQL support, UI), events, SNMP config encryption, Newts, alarm UI, ALEC UI, Helm REST queries, and appliance UI.
Since last time, we worked on newts, detector, OpenDaylight, build, provisioning handler, geomap, and JICMP docs, plus maven optimizations, flapping tests, device config backup improvements, installation bugs, datacollection from events, event parm querying, Scriptd, octet-string handling for traps, JAXB dependencies, SNMP community string handling, arm64 Horizon, new UI updates, the Helm flow datasource, and HTTP pre-auth.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Config API, OIA, Detectors, Log4j2, TFTP, Nephron, Events, Caching, ReST, OpenAPI, Vue, Helm, Geomap
Since last time, we did more work on config manager migrations, OIA, asynchronous detectors, log4j2, TFTP, Nephron docs, events, caching, resource ReST API, OpenAPI, the Vue UI, Helm tests, and the geomap.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Docs, Cortex, Flows, Tests, Twin API, Trapd, Docker, Karaf, Config Management, Vue
Since last time, we worked on updated provisioning, datacollection, event, and monitor/detector docs, logging improvements, Cortex support, flow model updates, flow classification engine improvements, smoke tests, SNMP trap counts, twin API implementation for Trapd, DCT in foundation 2021, Karaf 4.3.3, config management, Vue UI, Vue geomap, ReST mappings, and OpenAPI docs.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Newts, Kafka, BMP, Configuration, Docs, Events, Nephron, UI/UX, ReST, User Validation
In the last week we worked on Newts, Kafka queues, transitioning from OpenBMP, a configuration API, documentation, event definitions, Nephron benchmarking, UI/UX cleanups, ReST improvements, and user validation. Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Dustin fixed an issue with TTL handling in Newts. Dustin's fix for cache priming in [...]
In the last week we did more work on flow aggregation (including ToS and QoS), continued to work on the OpenBMP migration, JDK 11 builds, JEXL cleanups, time zone handling, Minion metrics in Prometheus, and more.
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 [...]
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.
Our UK OpenNMS ambassador, Craig Gallen, gave us a hint about a meeting from the Irish Network Operators Group (iNOG) followed by a 2 day Network Operators Tools Hackathon co-hosted by Ripe NCC. I've attended a few NOG meetings already and like the tech-driven and very friendly atmosphere. Luckily, The OpenNMS Group sponsored the trip [...]