The module uses Openstreetmap and visualises your hosts on a world map based on configured custom attributes. Sweet :-)
In July we’ve relaunched our website to better reflect our products, support and partners. You’ll also recognise a fresh documentation page seamlessly integrated into our website. Let’s see what else summer brought :)
Christmas brought you Dashing for Icinga 2 v1.1.0 and many things happened ever since. Community members joined the forums and issue tracker with questions and enhancement ideas. We’ve also had a hidden v1.2.0 release which added changes to the backend. Now it is time to focus on the frontend again with v1.3.0.
Recently I wrote about the changes in NSClient++ 0.5.0 and its REST API capabilities. Icinga 2 bundles the NSClient++ installer and additional check commands in the “nscp-local” namespace for your convenience for a while already now.
The documentation highlights a short example for querying performance counters with the Icinga 2 client as command endpoint and local NSClient++ check plugin calls.
While testing the 0.5.0 integration I’ve also taken the steps of adding service checks for every available check command we have added so far to the Icinga 2 template library. I thought sharing this with you will hopefully generate feedback for documentation updates – how you are currently using NSClient++ in combination with the Icinga 2 client?