We heard the call and we answered: Icinga is out with PostgreSQL support with working queries, sequences and all. Good news for users who have been looking for a Nagios based open source monitoring system which has database flexibility for not just MySQL but also Postgres. A big hand to Michael and Hendrik!
Applause should also go to Lara and Wolfgang for their hard work on the Icinga documentation, as we also have the first edition out in Docbook format.
A big release before the first Alpha in October, we hope you like it and share your thoughts with us. This version’s proof that your ideas count.
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