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Create Custom Icinga Powershell Modules and Plugins

Create Custom Icinga Powershell Modules and Plugins

Today I will show you briefly how to build your own Powershell Modules/Plugins using icinga-powershell-framework. As you might know, we recently started writing plugins in Powershell that can be used to monitor windows-services in Icinga2 in a simple way. If you are...

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Latest Releases

Releasing Icinga Web v2.8.1

Today we release v2.8.1 for Icinga Web 2. Official packages are available on packages.icinga.com. You can find all issues related to this release on the respective milestone. Below is also a brief summary of what has changed.   Case Sensitivity Problems A fix in...

Icinga 2.11.4

Today we are releasing the 2.11.4 bugfix release. This version fixes a crash during a heartbeat timeout with clients not yet signed. It also resolves an issue with endpoints not reconnecting after a reload/deploy, which caused a lot of UNKNOWN states. Bugfixes Cluster...

Releasing Icinga Web v2.8.0

Today we're announcing the general availability of Icinga Web v2.8.0. Besides the compatibility with IcingaDB, this release includes fixes for access controls, support for newer PHP and MySQL versions and additional search functionality. Icinga Web 2.8-RC1 was part of...

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community.icinga.com

Have you been to the Icinga Community Forum yet? The community forum is a place where you can meet and chat with other Icinga users. It’s hosted by Icinga and moderated by both the Icinga team and members of the community. It’s mostly being used as a platform to ask...

docker-compose Icinga

Alex has already shed some light on how we created the Icinga DB docker image and that it is actually available for testing. In addition, we now have docker images for Icinga 2 and Icinga Web 2. Since we are interested in feedback on all of them, I have created a...

Docker: Do more with even less!

It's been some time since my last blog post about possible Docker base images and we've decided to use the empty base image for Icinga DB. As it's written in Go, the binary already contains all dependencies and building it with CGO_ENABLED=0 removes even the need of...