Monthly Snap October: Icinga on the ISS, PuppetConf, Releases

October brought us many new releases and events, and of course cool community integrations and plugins.

One thing ahead: Do you remember that NASA was asking for PostgreSQL support years ago? Did you know that they have been implementing Icinga on the ISS?

Icinga is still running on the ISS, supporting space exploration.

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Monthly Snap September: Releases, User Stories and Icinga Camp New York

September brought new releases for Icinga 2 and Icinga Web 2. We’ve also announced Icinga Camp New York on December 5th, 2017. Community members worked hard to bring you Ruby and Python libraries while we also say hi to Nagstamon 3.0 this month.

One important thing first: We are so proud to see Icinga used in many places. This month Ricardo told us that a part of German Telekom is using Icinga 2 with >500.000 services in production. This makes us soooooooo proud ?

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Monthly Snap August: Map module, integrations, OSMC & Icinga Camp Berlin 2018

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! (more…)

Monthly Snap May: Events, Integrations & Community Updates

This time we’re focusing on many cool integrations, past and upcoming events and even more with and around Icinga.

We’ve celebrated eight years Icinga in May – hooray!

Currently we are working on Icinga 2 v2.7 to be released in June. This will include certain enhancements for performance and metrics. I’m writing a blog post soon. We are also pushing resources into Icinga Exchange and our new backend. Many things cooking under the hood, and soon to be shared with insights.

One of them is new build infrastructure which has been released this week. Built with Jenkins and Puppet and developed in the open. All involved scripts, modules and a Vagrant test environment can be found on GitHub. You’ll also recognise a new theme on packages.icinga.com :)

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