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Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
I am proud to announce the release of the new version 1.8 of NagVis. With this version we finalize the developments of the last couple of months. Compared to the last stable release 1.7, a lot of interesting things have been added. New object: ... [More] Dynamic groups It uses livestatus filters to create a grouping object of different hosts or services matching this filter. New object: Aggregations Used for displaying aggregated information, currently used together with the Check_MK Business Intelligence backend to display the states of aggregations and their elements. Dynamic maps You can use a livestatus filter to collect a group of hosts or services to be shown on a map. The objects are automatically positioned in a grid by default, but you can reposition the objects and also change all other attributes of these objects. Automap You can now create automaps on demand just by providing URL parameters which then are used to render the automap. Improved the performance and memory usage of the automap. The automap is now using line configuration parameters from the global section. Sidebar All nodes having child elements are now expandable. The state of each node is saved per user. The sidebar can now optionally display the states of all maps. Map zooming Added an optional zoom bar and mousewheel zoom handlers (ALT + wheel move). The zoom can now be configured to make the map fill the viewport of the browser. The zoom can now be configured to scale the objects or not. Merge state of host, hostgroup and servicegroup cross multiple backends You can merge equal named objects of multiple backends together to be shown on NagVis maps as a single object now. Gadgets Gadgets can now be used for all kind of statful objects. They can get more information about an object now, being useful even for objects without performance data. The gadget std_table.php has been added as example to give you feeling for the new options. Check_MK integration Added a new backend to display the aggregation of Check_MK Business Intelligence. Dealing with the staleness value of hosts and services as a new sub-state. The default hover template is now showing the host and service tags when available. It is now possible to display tag group information in the hover menus. Usability The GUI design has been consolidated to give a more consistent look n feel. The overview page now uses the whole screen width for showing the list of maps. The main configuration, map management and object add/modify dialog have been reworked for better usability and error handling. I'd like to use this opportunity to thank our gold sponsors WÜRTHPHOENIX and TruePath Technologies for supporting the further development of our project! For a detailed view on the changes since 1.7 have a look at the changelog of this release and all other 1.8 releases. You may download NagVis 1.8 from the Stable Releases section of the download-page. [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
I am proud to announce the release of the new version 1.8 of NagVis. With this version we finalize the developments of the last couple of months. Compared to the last stable release 1.7, a lot of interesting things have been added. New object: ... [More] Dynamic groups It uses livestatus filters to create a grouping object of different hosts or services matching this filter. New object: Aggregations Used for displaying aggregated information, currently used together with the Check_MK Business Intelligence backend to display the states of aggregations and their elements. Dynamic maps You can use a livestatus filter to collect a group of hosts or services to be shown on a map. The objects are automatically positioned in a grid by default, but you can reposition the objects and also change all other attributes of these objects. Automap You can now create automaps on demand just by providing URL parameters which then are used to render the automap. Improved the performance and memory usage of the automap. The automap is now using line configuration parameters from the global section. Sidebar All nodes having child elements are now expandable. The state of each node is saved per user. The sidebar can now optionally display the states of all maps. Map zooming Added an optional zoom bar and mousewheel zoom handlers (ALT + wheel move). The zoom can now be configured to make the map fill the viewport of the browser. The zoom can now be configured to scale the objects or not. Merge state of host, hostgroup and servicegroup cross multiple backends You can merge equal named objects of multiple backends together to be shown on NagVis maps as a single object now. Gadgets Gadgets can now be used for all kind of statful objects. They can get more information about an object now, being useful even for objects without performance data. The gadget std_table.php has been added as example to give you feeling for the new options. Check_MK integration Added a new backend to display the aggregation of Check_MK Business Intelligence. Dealing with the staleness value of hosts and services as a new sub-state. The default hover template is now showing the host and service tags when available. It is now possible to display tag group information in the hover menus. Usability The GUI design has been consolidated to give a more consistent look n feel. The overview page now uses the whole screen width for showing the list of maps. The main configuration, map management and object add/modify dialog have been reworked for better usability and error handling. I'd like to use this opportunity to thank our gold sponsors WÜRTHPHOENIX and TruePath Technologies for supporting the further development of our project! For a detailed view on the changes since 1.7 have a look at the changelog of this release and all other 1.8 releases. You may download NagVis 1.8 from the Stable Releases section of the download-page. [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
This release introduces a new backend (mkbi) for fetching aggregated data from Check_MK Business Intelligence. Take a look at the documentation for details how to use this backend. Besides that the release contains some bug fixes. For a detailed ... [More] view on the changes have a look at the changelog. You may download NagVis 1.8rc3 from the Testing Releases section of the download-page. [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
This release introduces a new backend (mkbi) for fetching aggregated data from Check_MK Business Intelligence. Take a look at the documentation for details how to use this backend. Besides that the release contains some bug fixes. For a detailed view ... [More] on the changes have a look at the changelog. You may download NagVis 1.8rc3 from the Testing Releases section of the download-page. [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
One of our two Gold Sponsors of 2014, TruePath Technologies Inc., created a video tutorial for NagVis, which we like to promote here. It shows you how to create your first own map using NagVis. The video tutorial is available at YouTube. If you have any suggestions related to the video, leave a comment below the video.
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
One of our two Gold Sponsors of 2014, TruePath Technologies Inc., created a video tutorial for NagVis, which we like to promote here. It shows you how to create your first own map using NagVis. The video tutorial is available at YouTube. If you have any suggestions related to the video, leave a comment below the video.
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
We had some mixup with the version number in the 1.8rc1 release, this new release 1.8rc2 fixes this and also a small bug where host- and service group aliases were not processed correctly. For a detailed view on the changes have a look at the changelog. You may download NagVis 1.8rc2 from the Testing Releases section of the download-page.
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
We had some mixup with the version number in the 1.8rc1 release, this new release 1.8rc2 fixes this and also a small bug where host- and service group aliases were not processed correctly. For a detailed view on the changes have a look at the changelog. You may download NagVis 1.8rc2 from the Testing Releases section of the download-page.
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
NagVis 1.8rc1 is the next minor fix release and the first release candidate for the next stable version. It comes with minor bug fixes and several usability improvements. For a detailed view on the changes have a look at the changelog. You may download NagVis 1.8rc1 from the Testing Releases section of the download-page.
Posted over 2 years ago by LaMi
NagVis 1.8rc1 is the next minor fix release and the first release candidate for the next stable version. It comes with minor bug fixes and several usability improvements. For a detailed view on the changes have a look at the changelog. You may download NagVis 1.8rc1 from the Testing Releases section of the download-page.