icinga

Jun 9, 2018
2009
Nuremberg, Germany
Nov 23, 2018   |  By Eric Lippman
We are pleased to announce the first open source release of our X.509 module for Icinga. The X.509 module for Icinga keeps track of certificates as they are deployed in a network environment. It does this by scanning networks for TLS services and collects whatever certificates it finds along the way. The certificates are verified using its own trust store.
Nov 22, 2018   |  By Eric Lippman
We are happy to announce a new bugfix release for Icinga Web 2. Official packages are available on packages.icinga.com. Community repositories might need a while to catch up.
Nov 14, 2018   |  By Michael Friedrich
With the TLS connection improvements there was also another bug with hanging TLS connections unveiled. Turns out, this has been sitting there since 2.8.2 and not only affects JSON-RPC cluster connections but also HTTP request sessions, as being used inside the Director kickstart wizard for example. Tom is working on a fix for Director 1.6 in order to support older Icinga 2 versions too.
Nov 5, 2018   |  By Michael Friedrich
We’re in OSMC mode in October which typically means that expectations are high, time is limited and everyone is busy preparing talks, demos, implementing new features … but also fixing things. Icinga 2.10 brings support for namespaces, improved TLS connection performance and much more. Community members tackled some bugs already, 2.10.1 is released and 2.10.2 is waiting for test feedback from the snapshot packages.
Nov 5, 2018   |  By Michael Friedrich
It’s been a while since the last Vagrant box update and release, so here are the highlights of the past months combined into a new shiny 2.0 release :)
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
Proxmox VE (PVE) is a feature rich open-source solution for enterprise virtualization. Features like software-defined storage with zfs integration , powerful high-availability clustering and lightweight lxc containers in combination with kvm virtual machines make Proxmox VE a great VMWare alternative.
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
The world out there is neither perfect nor uniform, and that’s good as it is. You’re using VMware, but also running KVM. A little bit of AWS is a must, and something has been deployed to Azure. Evaluation projects for Mesos/Marathon and Kubernetes are on the run, some of them already running in production. A lot of information is in your Active Directory, but some departments are only half-way in.
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
There are many tools and possibilities available in the Icinga monitoring ecosystem. It isn't just checks and notifications anymore. Visualize what's going on, collect metrics with Graphite, InfluxDB and Grafana. Correlate log events with monitoring alerts in Elastic/Graylog. Don't forget about ticket systems and fancy office dashboards too.
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
Over the last couple of years many things have changed in the Icinga universe. From introducing new features and components to integrating a variety of other tools of your monitoring stack. And of course there is already some big stuff on our roadmap for the future I would like to share.
Mar 22, 2018   |  By icinga
How to set NSClient++ up to send alerts to Icinga, Event and file Logs to Elastic, and metrics graphite from a Windows Machine... And just to make things a bit challenging we are going to do this on potentially hundreds of hosts without any manual configuration!