Release 24.1.2 is the latest stable release of OpenNMS. It contains bug fixes for flow processing, Debian package startup, the minion UI, and more. For a high-level overview of what’s changed in OpenNMS 24, see What’s New in OpenNMS 24. The codename for 24.1.2 is Watson. Bug HasFlows is not set when node was provisioned after [...]
Release 24.1.1 contains bug fixes to WS-Man, the web UI, flows, and more as well as a few small enhancements.
Release 24.1.0 is the latest stable release of OpenNMS. It contains a bunch of bug fixes and a few enhancements, including support for OpenTracing in the sink API and a rework of geocoding services. The codename for 24.1.0 is J.A.R.V.I.S.
Open Source AIOps Platform, "ALEC," Streaming Telemetry, Network Traffic Analysis, and Java 11 Support The OpenNMS Group announced the release of OpenNMS Horizon 24. Horizon 24 is the most comprehensive version of OpenNMS to date, making it one of the most powerful, scalable monitoring systems available anywhere. Horizon 24 introduces ALEC, the first open source AIOps [...]
OpenNMS On the Horizon – April 30th, 2019 – Horizon 24, Graph Service, RPC and Sink API, Docker Containers, and UI Changes
It’s time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! Sorry this is out a bit late, I’m super sick. I’ll probably write this and go right back to bed. In the last week we did a lot of preparation for Horizon 24, plus continued work on the graph service, RPC and sink metrics, and some UI work. Github [...]
Release 24.0.0 is the latest stable release of OpenNMS. It contains a large number of bug fixes and enhancements, most notably adding machine-learning-guided correlation of alarms, and many improvements to Netflow/IPFIX/sFlow support. For a high-level overview of what’s changed in OpenNMS 24, see What’s New in OpenNMS 24. For a detailed list of changes, see the [...]
PITTSBORO, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The OpenNMS Group, Inc., the maintainers of the award winning OpenNMS open source network management application platform, are releasing a new product line called OpenNMS Meridian. Earlier in the year, the community-driven OpenNMS Project renamed the mainline software release to OpenNMS Horizon. This signaled a change to a much more rapid release cycle for [...]