In the last week we continued to work on bug fixing and improvements related to Nephron and flows, Minion, packaging and configuration, and the web UI.
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 September, we released updates for all supported OpenNMS releases.
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.
OpenNMS' automatic provisioning allows for rapid discovery and persistence of tremendous numbers of nodes, interfaces, and services. But what happens when device design prevents a customer from using automatic provisioning, and manual discovery would be tedious and time-consuming? You leverage OpenNMS' customizability and metadata DSL feature to discover those devices. The Customer: Windstream Windstream provides high-speed [...]
OpenNMS On the Horizon – September 16th, 2019 – Poller and Thresholding, UI Fixes, Provisioning, Startup, and More!
It’s time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! In the last week or so we worked on poller and thresholding updates, more UI fixes, provisioning, startup fixes and enhancements, and more! Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Chandra backported support for refreshing include-url when a reload event is sent to Pollerd. Patrick did more work on [...]