We just released another minor bugfix release for Icinga 2. In addition to providing a number of documentation enhancements version 2.7.2 addresses a few bugs. A list of changes can be found here.
Packages for Icinga 2 v2.7.2 for the officially supported distributions should be available shortly.
We spent the last weeks and months improving our build system, so we can ship packages better and faster.
Most of the changes are live since Friday last week, new release builds will come out with the upcoming releases. (more…)
We just released another minor bugfix release for Icinga 2. In addition to providing a number of documentation enhancements version 2.6.3 addresses a few bugs. A list of changes can be found here.
Packages for Icinga 2 v2.6.3 for the officially supported distributions should be available shortly.
We’re happy to announce another minor release for Icinga 2. This release only addresses a single bug which can cause Icinga to crash when it’s trying to remove configuration files for objects which were deleted (such as comments and downtimes for hosts and services which don’t exist anymore).
Packages for Icinga 2.6.2 for the officially supported distributions should be available shortly.
We have just released another minor update for Icinga 2. Version 2.6.1 addresses a number of issues we identified in 2.6.0 and is also at the same time the first release after our recent migration to GitHub.
Two of the fixes in this version are for crash bugs which affect reloading Icinga and passing unusually large amounts of command arguments or environment variables to child processes. There are also some documentation changes and a few other smaller bug fixes. Unlike with previous minor releases we decided not to include any ITL changes this time.
An exhaustive list of all tickets solved in 2.6.1 can be found on GitHub. Packages for 2.6.1 should become available shortly.
There’s also a recently-released new version of Icinga Web 2 (2.4.1) which introduces fixes for a few minor problems our users have reported.
After tons of hours of work, we are proud to present today the final version of our interface Icinga Web 2. The new interface comes with a completely new design and many user-friendly enhancements to find the relevant information even faster.
With the new design you can see at glance whether Icinga runs properly or significant problems occurred. We enhanced the dashboard with new views to easily see overdue or disabled checks, and muted hosts and services which have already been acknowledged. In contrast to previous versions, the interface has now a detailed view for host and service checks which are not being executed in time.
To provide additional security, we added many new features, for example accessing modules now requires appropriate permissions. All existing permissions and restrictions of the predecessors are of course retained in the new version. Roles containing permissions and restrictions can be assigned to users and user groups in order to permit or restrict their access.
We also improved the integration of Active Directory and other LDAP servers. The new version supports to load users, users groups and group memberships of them as well as authenticating against Kerberos and loading user groups from Active Directory. A major advance is the creation of hosts and services actions; instead of defining them via Icinga’s configuration files, every user is now enabled to create them with the web interface and even share them to others.
The configuration allows to add actions only to certain hosts or services and supports macros like the host and service name, and custom variables. The new web interface provides yet a very basic API for scheduling and removing host and service downtimes. Basic access authentication is also a new feature to ease usage of the API.
For the future, you can expect more API actions and the creation of modules to integrate various popular tools to enhance the DevOps stack.
Find the current version on GitHub right know, while packages will be available soon.