We keep working together as an open source community. We’re here to listen what you say – keep it polite and encourage/motivateÂ us to solve your problem with you as best as we can. Lean back and think how others would react if you click “send”, frustrated with an issue tab opened in your browser. Sometimes it doesn’t hurt to just close the tab or rephrase. The person on the other end (dev and/or user) will appreciate it. In the end we all are human beings with emotions, language & culture differences and offline needs (friends, family, hobbies, etc.). What we have in common – we all want to build a great Icinga monitoring product together 🙂
Bernd did a great ignite on that topic with “Working in and with Open Source Communities” at DevOpsDays AmsterdamÂ (video starts at 17:35).
Now for the awesome karma our community members spread …
“Monitoring system is happy now”
— Rem0te (@grauhut) August 23, 2016
Documentation love …
@dnsmichi I don't code and docs are a topic that's usually lacking contributions, so….
— Gina Feichtinger (@nilasae) August 23, 2016
When someone asks which monitoring tool to use … our community members are here for the rescue 🙂
— Ben Jones (@SumnerBoy) August 23, 2016
— Kris Buytaert (@KrisBuytaert) August 10, 2016
First Icinga 2 is like … uhm.
— Gina Feichtinger (@nilasae) August 17, 2016
Once you get into it … 🙂
— Gina Feichtinger (@nilasae) August 23, 2016
… is it love? (even with typos ;-))
— Ben (@tuxclouds) August 8, 2016
I don’t know/care what N…. is… icinga2 in a nutshell, win.
@union_io icinga2 – the expressiveness of the configuraition and builtin HA, distributed monitoring is great!
— saurabh hirani (@sphirani) August 5, 2016
The IDO database got a monster improvement with 2.5 for config dumps – the initial one is big, the rest is incremental based on only a diff of changes. Glad that community members helped out with testing and providing successful feedback 🙂
Yeah it works !
My 150000 services, 3800 hosts are insert in database.
Do you think I can use this snapshot for production ?
Thank you for all !
… and direct feedback from this huge environment now running v2.5.3:
IDO DB, nunjaa â€“ also,… Wie soll ich es sagen,…
[2016-08-29 06:05:27 +0200] information/IdoMysqlConnection: Finished reconnecting to MySQL IDO database in 8.56094 second(s).
[2016-08-29 06:11:44 +0200] information/IdoMysqlConnection: Finished reconnecting to MySQL IDO database in 9.00706 second(s).
Sehr geil! 😀
Wenn ich Tobias zitieren darf:
Cluster and Clients
We were mitigating an issue with clients being disconnected when another client fails. This happens during an SSL handshake and isn’t really fun to debug. Although we found a fix – clear the OpenSSL error queue before doing any SSL actions.
Glad that our community helps with tests and appreciates hard development work 🙂
Thanks michi. You guys are awesome. 🙂 Feel free and close this ticket plz
Also for having >2 endpoints in a zone, there is a workaround while we’re investigating on a fix. Nice to see this being appreciated as well.
Anyway, you guys are doing a great job! Keep this up!
Documentation and Howtos
Rewriting the documentation for cluster and clients on a weekend was a good idea … real-world scenarios from users for users 🙂
— saurabh hirani (@sphirani) August 23, 2016
InfluxDB aka hot new shit …
— Icinga (@icinga) August 31, 2016
Videos for installing distributed Icinga 2 … look how sweet!
— Mohamed Radwan (@mohammedradwan) August 11, 2016
— Mohamed Radwan (@mohammedradwan) August 14, 2016
German Icinga 2 ebook … the English version is to be written and published, still waiting.
— Thomas Widhalm (@widhalmt) August 1, 2016
Bugfixes and Releases
So many retweets and appreciation on all social media channels for Icinga 2 v2.5.
— Icinga (@icinga) August 23, 2016
Also great to see companies sponsoring developers who contribute awesome features 🙂
— DataCentred (@DataCentred) August 23, 2016
When your colleagues at NETWAYS admire your 9 months of fixing bugs …
Ok, I admit it – some of us love animated GIFs. A picture says more than a thousand words 😉
I guess we just were going crazy with fixing bugs …
— Michael Friedrich (@dnsmichi) August 10, 2016
… and somehow release and sprint plans changed. Holy f… another bug?Â Screw it, we’ll release yet another fixed version v2.5.4.
when goals change arbitrarily halfway through a sprint pic.twitter.com/k8SC1hUhtN
— Alexandra Bond (@bond_alexandra) August 4, 2016
We also moved into a new development room in the NETWAYS office …
— Michael Friedrich (@dnsmichi) August 24, 2016
… still, developers, users, colleagues – we work and party together. And sometimes have crazy ideas. Maybe that shirt will make it into the Icinga shop? 😉
— netways (@netways) August 5, 2016
Many things happened in August – are you ready for September? Icinga Camp Belgrade on the 24th of September is waiting for you 🙂
PS: If you haven’t done so already, join us inÂ Stockholm and/or San Diego too. And we hack, talk, party together …. 🙂