After cleaning up and releasing lots of stuff in January, we focus on events, trainings and cool integrations this time.
Blerim went to Cfgmgmt Camp in Ghent and talked about “Monitoring as Code”.
— blerims (@bobapple) February 7, 2017
— Zdenek Janda (@ZdenekJanda) February 4, 2017
HasGeek presented the Icinga Open House.
— Rootconf (@rootconf) February 14, 2017
Monitoring meetup with Icinga :)
— kube kattle (@vjdhama) February 11, 2017
Icinga Camp Berlin and SFO is coming soon – register now!
— Icinga (@icinga) February 16, 2017
FlossUK happens 14-16th of March 2017 – Assaf and Bernd join the conversation :)
— FLOSSUK (@flossuk) February 20, 2017
We are pleased to announce that more partners have joined the official training program. This time it is AikiLinux who start with an Icinga 2 Fundamentals training in London. The training sessions allow to learn and understand Icinga 2 in deep, helped by professional trainers from our partners. Things you probably have read on the docs, but not fully thought through? There’s even time for your own questions and discussions with other participants and their experience.
See you soon!
— Eric Klein (@EricLKlein) February 21, 2017
Icinga Web 2 Modules
Community members have started their work based on the officially available Icinga Web 2 modules (PNP, GenericTTS, etc.) on a Grafana module. Ongoing discussion and feature requests are active over at monitoring-portal-org.
There’s a couple of other modules for Icinga Web 2 now located on Github. Many of them are under development, or might miss the perfect documentation. Play around with them and send in patches and pull requests. That what makes the Icinga community stronger :)
Tom released Icinga Director 1.3.1 and Business Process 2.1.0 last week – already have it in production? :)
— Icinga (@icinga) February 21, 2017
Are you using Icinga ?
Please let us know! :-)
— Chuck García (@carlosxyu) February 10, 2017
Do you like Icinga, any of its components or are just happy to get help?
Of course is there a documentation, you can find it in the Icinga 2 docs.
I recommend you to bookmark the site, the documentation is very good and every time up to date.
New cool stuff
The new Puppet module is ready for you …
Puppet module rewrite for Icinga2 and Icinga web are considered ready4production o/ #cfgmgmtcamp
— ChristopheVanlancker (@Carroarmato0) February 7, 2017
… or maybe a new Logstash check plugin …
— Andreas Paul (@xorpaul) February 13, 2017
… and even further, diving into Kubernetes alerts using this cool new integration?
— Icinga (@icinga) February 13, 2017
Integrating check_by_ssh …
— Icinga (@icinga) February 21, 2017
Lennart dives into best practices with Icinga 2 …
Icinga 2 Best Practice Teil 4: Host Templates und Services https://t.co/Ir6SHbeDpm
— netways (@netways) February 24, 2017
… last but not least we’ve learned about advanced notification scripts with embedded Grafana graphs :)
— Icinga (@icinga) February 23, 2017
This and that in our community channels
Users who love to play with Icinga the whole day :)
Ein Tag komplett im Zeichen des Monitorings #icinga <3 Jetzt geht es so langsam ans Eingemachte, und mein Kopf raucht.
— Das königliche Wir (@sys_adm_ama) February 22, 2017
Bernd got a nice present over at NETWAYS …
— Bernd Erk (@gethash) February 20, 2017
Our community is going strong, especially over at monitoring-portal.org (where I do take part inside the community admin team).
— Michael Friedrich (@dnsmichi) February 20, 2017
… and also on GitHub where conversations are easier and get appreciated.
— Michael Friedrich (@dnsmichi) February 23, 2017
And now … relax a bit, we’ve got you covered!