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 wrapped up some stuff for the releases, improved more documentation, continued to refactor the remote poller, made some RPC and Karaf improvements, and more.
If you are using the Prometheus toolkit to monitor your network systems, you can now integrate that performance data into OpenNMS with the new PrometheusCollector. Learn how.
Release 26.1.0 is an enhancement release with a number of bug fixes and improvements, including updates to telemetry, provisioning, and more.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – May 4th, 2020 – Documentation, Provisioning, Telemetry, Topology, Prometheus, Graphite, and More!
In the last week we did a lot of plumbing work in Provisiond, Telemetryd, and topology, as well as more documentation improvements, a Prometheus collector, and a Graphite telemetry adapter.
OpenNMS On the Horizon – March 16th, 2020 – CircleCI, Time-Series API, Minion and Sentinel, Classification Rules, Prometheus, Docker Updates, Documentation, and More!
It's time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! Sorry for the delay in getting this out, I was hiding in the Caribbean away from all the toilet paper hoarders. In the last couple of weeks we worked on CircleCI workflow updates, the new time-series API, improvements to Minion configuration, normalizing our Karaf command-names, CIDR support for classification [...]