Icinga 2.12.5 + 2.11.10: Security Releases

Icinga 2.12.5 + 2.11.10: Security Releases

Today we are releasing Icinga 2.12.5 and 2.11.10, including two security fixes that may lead to privilege escalation for authenticated API users. Depending on your setup, manual intervention beyond installing the new versions may be required, so please read the...

Bring your own CI/CD.

Bring your own CI/CD.

As a developer I couldn’t imagine working without one of these three things: a search engine – which saves me thinking by myself an IDE – which saves me typing function names completely and continuous integration – which saves me running unit tests by myself on every...

Releasing Icinga for Windows v1.5.0

Releasing Icinga for Windows v1.5.0

After weeks of rewriting the core aspect of Icinga for Windows - executing checks - we are happy to announce version 1.5.0 today. Why we changed the check handling? We are glad you asked and happy to share the new features!   Before you update Please read the...

Icinga Module for JIRA v1.1.0

Icinga Module for JIRA v1.1.0

If your team is using Atlassians Jira and Icinga and you didn't know about our integration yet: Our module for Jira is now at version 1.1.0 with a bunch of bugfixes and new features that were requested on the GitHub repository. Our friends from the internezzo ag...

Monitoring the Monitor: How to keep a watch on Icinga 2

Monitoring the Monitor: How to keep a watch on Icinga 2

The question is (probably) older than monitoring itself: Who monitors the monitor? While Icinga comes with countless options to monitor a wide range of devices and applications, at some point you will ask yourself how you can observe if Icinga itself is having errors....

Icinga experts are here to support you

Icinga experts are here to support you

Icinga is the perfect, powerful monitoring stack that helps you tackle your monitoring challenge. It´s open source and free to use for anybody – be it a private person, a non-profit organization or a commercial company.   Why pay for support?   However, although...

Creating a Business Process and adding it to Dashboard

Creating a Business Process and adding it to Dashboard

In this blogpost I will introduce, how to create a business process from monitored hosts and services and how to add them to dashboards. Business Process module is an interesting module in Icinga Web 2. It allows you to visualise and monitor hierarchical business...

Calculating a state over multiple services

Calculating a state over multiple services

These days many setups have a lot of redundancy and you may not want to send notifications during the night, just because one of multiple http servers has a problem. This blog post will show you how to setup a single service with a state combining multiple other...

Debugging Filters and Apply Rules using the Script Debugger

Debugging Filters and Apply Rules using the Script Debugger

Have you ever been in a situation where something in your Icinga configuration did not work as expected and you ended up doing small changes and reloading Icinga over and over again? This can be especially tricky with apply rules and filters if they don't match the...

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