Releasing Icingabeat

Today we are happy to announce the release of Icingabeat v1.0!icingabeat checkresults
Beats are lightweight data shippers. They are based on libbeat and written in Go. You install a Beat on your server to collect various data and forward it either to Logstash or directly to Elasticsearch. For example, there is Filebeat to read log files, Metricbeat to fetch metrics from operating systems or Packetbeat to inspect network packets. Icingabeat collects data from the Icinga API. It can open a stream to receive events and simultaneously poll the current status of Icinga 2 periodically.
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Team Icinga welcomes

jordanJordan JethwaDocker Maintainer
Jordan is a Web Technologist that is part of the Online Experience Management’s WCMS group at Adobe. He started as a contractor in 2011 and converted to full time a few months later. His DevOps team primary focus is to support and maintain the software and infrastructure that powers much of Adobe.com and several other related sites including the internal intranet site. Jordan created the first icinga2 Docker container based on Debian Jessie and will continue to maintain our Docker container stack for demos & tests.
 
fstrohmaierFlorian StrohmaierIcinga Web 2 Developer
Florian is working as UX designer and web developer at NETWAYS. Most recently he joined Icinga to develop and enhance Icinga Web 2 using JS, CSS and PHP voodoo.
 
76.thumbnailThomas Widhalm – Translation and Q&A
Having a first contact with Nagios as a systems engineer, Thomas became a senior consultant at NETWAYS, focusing on monitoring with Icinga and logmanagment with the elastic stack. He uses feedback he gets during his daytime job to improve documentation, translations and other small things in the Icinga codebase.
 
hjurzikHeike JurzikCommunity & Social
Heike is a technical writer and journalist. She contributes to the Icinga documentation by writing HOWTOs, blog articles and social media posts. You can also find her at various FLOSS events and conferences.
 
A warm welcome to the team 🙂
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