In August, we released updates to all OpenNMS Meridian versions under active support, as well as an update to Horizon 28. This is the final Meridian 2018 release, as it has reached end-of-life.
In April, we released updates to all OpenNMS versions under active support.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Nephron, Flows, Karaf, Antora, Ticketing, Alarms, Smoke Tests, Minion, Swagger, BSM, Jetty
In the last week we worked on Nephron and flows, Karaf, Antora documentation, ticketing and alarms, smoke tests, the Minion, Swagger UI for ReST, BSM editing, and Jetty TLS configs.
In November we released updates to all supported Meridians as well as Horizon 27.
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 September, we released updates for all supported OpenNMS releases.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – Bug Fixing, Remote Poller in Minion, OpenConfig, Meridian 2020, Dev-Jam Videos Live
In the last week we did more bug fixing, continued the work of moving remote poller funcitonality to the Minion, OpenConfig support, Meridian 2020 prep, and more. Also, the presentations for Dev-Jam 2020 are now live.
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.
In the last week we we fixed a bunch more bugs, did more work on moving the remote poller to the Minion, and picked up work on Helm again. This week: DEV JAM!
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.