After weeks of development with a lot of brainpower being invested we have finally finished the first stable release of our Graphite integration into Icinga Web 2. The new features include a searchable graphs dashboard, multi-client capability and much more – read on.
Icinga Camp Berlin is happening right now, and as promised in my talk about “Dev and ops stories: Integrations++” we are proud to bring you Dashing for Icinga 2 in its v2.0.0 release ❤️
Some highlights from the Changelog:
- Local configuration file icinga2.local.json
- Environment variables (for containers)
- Icinga Web 2 Iframe URL config
- Refined layout and style
We are happy to announce new bugfix releases for Icinga 2 and Icinga Web 2.
Official packages are available on packages.icinga.com. Community repositories might need a while to catch up.
Icinga 2 v2.8.1
This release fixes a bug where Icinga 2 could crash after an API object was created at runtime. It also fixes the Windows installer problem with missing DLLs. This was also the reason for missing Chocolatey packages, v2.8.1 is available again. Community members started to build packages for Solaris/OpenIndiana, this release helps with minor fixes.
In mixed update scenarios with the master being 2.8 but clients with 2.7, the cluster log message were too verbose with the removed “UpdateRepository” functionality. v2.8.0 also added a default for the “ssl_sni” attribute which broke some checks. This regression has been fixed. In addition to that, there are fixes for the plugins and documentation all over the place.
More details in the Changelog.
Icinga Web 2 v2.5.1
This release provides a sponsored feature request for a detail view inside the event history view. We’ve also split out the check source and reachable rows inside the host/service detail view to make to more clear. Furthermore, this version censors sensitive information (e.g. LDAP passwords) in exception stack traces.
In case you’re having trouble with configuration parsing errors, the error handling has now been fixed. Please do note that ‘#’ as comments don’t work in INI configuration files. In addition to that, a fix for restrictions for the service detail view has been applied.
More details in the Changelog.
Today we are happy to announce version 2.5.0 of Icinga Web 2. The new version comes with lots of improvements in the UI, domain aware authentication for Active Directory and LDAP backends and bug fixes of course. (more…)
Good news for those who prefer to always run stable versions in production. No more need to feel uncomfortable with running the latest master or a support branch in production. We decided to tag patch releases for many of our Icinga Web 2 modules more frequently.
Allow me to announce that today we released Director v1.4.1, Fileshipper v1.0.1, Cube v1.0.1, AWS 0.6.0 and PuppetDB v1.0.0. In future there will not be a big announcement for all patch releases all the times. So please follow our projects on GitHub in case you want to make sure to always run the latest and greatest stable release.
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…)