August brought us the Icinga Web 2 Map module, tipps and tricks for Icinga and more integrations. The schedule for OSMC 2017 was announced, where developers and community members will meet and also give talks this time. Icinga Camp Berlin happens on March 8th, 2018 – CfP and early bird is open!

We’ve reached more than 1000 GitHub stars for our projects – thank you!

Product Updates

In case you have troubles with the mail notifications scripts in the latest Icinga 2 v2.7 update, please checkout this advisory.

Users also reported problems with certificates on OpenSSL 1.1.0. The latter is used on Debian Stretch and the Windows packages. The certificates should have been created in 2015. Checkout this advisory to see if you are affected and how to fix the certificates.

In case you are having trouble with Icinga Web 2 v2.4.1 and Icinga 2 v2.7.0, API command transport and acknowledgements, look into this fix.

Francesco contributed installation docs for Icinga 2 on Alpine Linux. This should ease your way into small Docker deployments.

 

Team

We are proud to welcome Simon Murray on team Icinga :-) His magnificent work on the InfluxDB feature in Icinga 2, including hotfixes for the recent v2.7, continues on the official core team :-)

 

 

Events

The date for Icinga Camp Berlin 2018 is here: Join us on March 8th, 2018 for a full day of #icingalove :)

The schedule for OSMC 2017 is here, 30 talks on monitoring, many highlighting Icinga :-)

 

The slides from our CfgMgmtCamp PDX talk on “Monitoring as code” are online:

 

Integrations

Nicolai updated the Maps module for Icinga Web 2 to provide dashlets :-D Read more about the module in this blog post.

Michael is preparing a new NSClient++ 0.5.1 release – make sure to check it out, it also includes the new REST API documentation.

Marco showed us how they use Icinga 2 and Puppet at VSHN :)

 

Our partner Shadow-Soft introduced the advantages of the Icinga Director this month:

Christian showed us how to monitor a Raspberry PI client in his blog post:

Erik updated his Firefox addon “imoin” becoming a Mozilla web app.

Christian shared insights into his HomeLAB monitoring :)

 

Testers wanted

Carsten added repeatable panels to his Grafana module.

Help test a new Nagstamon release!

 

Help Ricardo with his newest contribution on monitoring Netscaler:

 

More …

We’ve learned many more things from our lovely community this month :)

Lennart continued with his series on the NETWAYS blog on Icinga 2 Best Practices

Nicolai is a real Icinga fan :-)

 

That’s it for August – stay safe and plan your OSMC trip to Nuremberg in November!