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12. 03. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated icingaweb2-module-logmanager for NetEye 4.4

Updated icingaweb2-module-logmanager to version 0.7.8-1: Fix bug in rsyslog configuration affecting host-groups that are related to hosts using an applied rule

26. 02. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated icingaweb2-module-logmanager, icingaweb2-module-neteye, icingaweb2 for NetEye 4.4

Updated icingaweb2-module-logmanager to version 0.7.7-1: Fix logstash JSON parse error Updated icingaweb2-module-neteye to version 1.8.0-1: Create troubleshooting session for Service-Set conflicts during deploy Updated icingaweb2 to version 2.6.2_neteye1.25.0-1: User Guide update: Add description for new multiselect component Update screenshots in Monitoring chapter

21. 02. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated modules icingaweb2-module-lampo, icingaweb2-module-analytics, icingaweb2-module-eventhandler, icingaweb2-module-kibana, icingaweb2-module-geomap, icingaweb2-module-mapdatatype, grafana for NetEye 4.4

Updated grafana to version 5.2.4_neteye3.1.1-1: Disable option to change the user interface theme Updated icingaweb2-module-lampo to version 0.7.1-1: Fix bug for json_encode of non utf8 characters Fix module version in module info page Update icingaweb2-module-analytics to version 1.8.1-1: Fix module version in module info page Updated icingaweb2-module-eventhandler to version 1.5.6-1: Fix module version in module… Read More

19. 02. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated modules icingaweb2-module-logmanager, icingaweb2-module-neteye for NetEye 4.4

Updated icingaweb2-module-logmanager to version 0.7.3-1: Fixed selenium tests Updated icingaweb2-module-neteye to version1.7.2-1: Update multiselect layout in order to improve option text visibility

06. 02. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated icingaweb2-module-geomap for NetEye 4.4

Updated icingaweb2-module-geomap to version 1.1.1-1: Fixed: GeoMap module configuration form throws an exception on submit (IMGM-93)

16. 01. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated icingweb2, icingaweb2-module-neteye, and icingaweb2-module-vsphere

Updated icingaweb2 to version 2.6.1_neteye1.20.3-1 for NetEye 4.3: Fix documentation bug for automatic import/sync: Add more explicit documentation for key_column_name in import source sync (ICW-150) Updated icingaweb2-module-neteye to version 1.6.1-1 for NetEye 4.3: Fix documentation bug for automatic import/sync: Add troubleshooting for VM import error (I2MN-40) Updated icingaweb2-module-vsphere to version 1.1.0_neteye1.1.1-1 for NetEye 4.3: Fix documentation… Read More

17. 12. 2018 Valentina Da Rold Development, NetEye

IPL Turns NetEye 4 Development Upside Down

We are witnessing a deep transformation within the NetEye 4 core: Icinga Web 2 will move from the Zend Framework to a totally new library called IPL (Icinga PHP Library).  This change is already underway in the NetEye 4.3 release with the new version of the Director module.  The Icinga team has already partially introduced… Read More

05. 12. 2018 Valentina Da Rold Development, NetEye

How to create a new ZendForm element for Icinga Web 2

In one of the latest releases of the EventHandler module for NetEye 4 we introduce, for the first time, a completely customized form element.  In order to satisfy certain EventHandler usage constraints, we needed to create a drop-down element that allows the user to enter a custom value in addition to choosing one of the… Read More

25. 09. 2018 Valentina Da Rold Development, NetEye

How to Integrate an External jQuery Plugin in Icinga Web 2

As already mentioned in my other blog posts, NetEye 4 is based on Icinga Web 2, a powerful PHP framework. During the development of some of our custom NetEye modules for Icinga Web 2, we needed to include some new, custom jQuery plugins to create a neat new effect in the GUI.  For example, with… Read More

09. 07. 2018 Valentina Da Rold Development, NetEye

Introducing Pagination for Grafana Scripted Dashboards

The new release of NetEye 4 brings with it the Grafana scripted dashboard concept. If you have lots of metric names, it can be annoying to have to constantly create new dashboards.  But if they change in a defined pattern (e.g., new servers), you can use scripted dashboards to create those dashboards dynamically using JavaScript. … Read More

25. 06. 2018 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated neteye-thruk to 2.20.2_neteye2.0.6-1 for NetEye 3.13

– Fixed: Thruk does not write cronjob on start (NETHRUK-203)

14. 02. 2018 Valentina Da Rold EriZone & OTRS, NetEye

How to debug web app on iOS devices using a Windows PC

Both EriZone and NetEye 4 are capable to work on Android or iOS mobile devices. As many of you already known, mobile browsers work differently from their desktop version and could happen that your application works flawlessly on desktop, but something is broken on mobile. What can you do in this case to understand the… Read More

20. 12. 2017 Valentina Da Rold NetEye

How to create time-based dashboard with Plotly

Plotly is a useful and complete open source tool that allow you to compose, edit and share interactive data visualizations.  Built atop D3.js, Plotly is one of the most common libraries used for browser-based graphing. My aim was to create a nice-looking dashboard with four time-based graphs.  I was searching for a complete, easy-to-implement and free-to-license JavaScript… Read More

07. 12. 2017 Valentina Da Rold Uncategorized

How to Customize Your Grafana Theme

Grafana is an open source dashboard tool that helps users to easily create and edit dashboards. Grafana uses Golang as a backend and Angular as frontend. It is quite a large codebase and supports a large number of options for its components (data sources, options, panels, etc.). Grafana’s stylesheet is written using the Sass CSS extension… Read More

07. 12. 2017 Valentina Da Rold Uncategorized

How to Customize Your Grafana Theme

Grafana is an open source dashboard tool that helps users to easily create and edit dashboards. Grafana uses Golang as a backend and Angular as frontend. It is quite a large codebase and supports a large number of options for its components (data sources, options, panels, etc.). Grafana’s stylesheet is written using the Sass CSS extension… Read More

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