IcingaCamp Berlin: The Final Line-Up

This years IcingaCamp in Berlin is coming closer and closer, and the line-up looks amazing! IcingaCamp is a day full of monitoring madness right in the heart of Berlin. We bring together users and developers and provide a platform for thought-provoking discussions. The line-up of this years IcingaCamp in Berlin includes insightful talks about the current state of Icinga, upcoming projects and of course best practices.

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Releasing v2.0 of the Icinga Web 2 Puppet Module

It’s been a while since we have released a new version of our Icinga Web 2 Puppet module. Today we’re happy to announce v2.0 of this module, available on Puppet Forge. We reworked the whole module, with new mechanisms and features that make it easy to install and configure Icinga Web 2 and many of its modules. The new module enables you to configure every possible setting of Icinga Web 2 and is compatible with Puppet starting from version 4.7. Here’s a brief introduction with some examples: (more…)

Releasing the Icinga Output for Logstash v1.1.0

A couple of months ago we introduced the Icinga Output Plugin for Logstash. Today we’re happy to announce v1.1.0. This release includes functionality to dynamically create objects in Icinga 2 and set their state based on incoming events.

With the first release of the Icinga Output Plugin you could run several actions through the Icinga 2 API. Setting the state of a host or service, add comments, set downtimes and many more that we described in an earlier blogpost. (more…)

How to monitor your MySQL server(s) with Icinga 2

Are you responsible for one or more MySQL servers in your company or organisation? Do you run a MySQL replication setup or multiple MySQL instances on your machine? Then you probably want to know if they are performing as well as they could do and if you’re getting the most out of your hardware. Monitoring your MySQL server(s) provides valuable information — both for avoiding and dealing with problems. If you’re looking for a free and open-source solution, then it’s time to learn our tips and tricks for monitoring MySQL with Icinga 2.

This document introduces the necessary monitoring plugins and shows some Icinga 2 configuration examples for monitoring various MySQL setups, from single servers to master/slave setups with replication, to multiple MySQL instances on a single server.

Tip: All sample listings can also apply to MariaDB and Percona Server. So, whenever we talk about MySQL, this includes the two spin-offs. (more…)