Release Notes: Event forwarding between servers has been implemented. The log monitoring subagent has been rewritten from scratch. Syslog monitoring has been added. A Java API has been introduced. Most open issues in the bug tracker have been resolved.
Release Notes: Advanced event processing using situations was implemented. Event storm detection was added. The possibility to specify multiple SNMP community strings was added. Node names can be synchronized with DNS. The new action "stop processing" was added to event processing policy. Most known bugs were closed.
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release. Multiple compatibility problems were fixed (mostly on FreeBSD and OpenSolaris). Web interface stability was improved. Support for non-English Windows versions was added to the winperf subagent.
Release Notes: The Web interface was rebuilt from scratch. The administrator console was improved. The object browser was updated. A few stability issues were resolved. Alarm timeouts were implemented. Multiple bugs were fixed, mostly related to AIX and HP-UX.
Release Notes: Possible stability issues have been fixed. Cluster monitoring has improved. Management packs are fully implemented (templates, events, and SNMP traps can be exported and imported). A native driver for Oracle has been implemented (ODBC is not required anymore). Microdowell support in the UPS subagent has been improved. Multiple changes in the Windows console (layer 2 topology view, improved graphs, and object search has been changed). Certificate-based authentication has been implemented (works with smart cards, USB tokens, etc.). Multiple minor issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for cluster monitoring, management packs support for easier deployment on large networks, an SNMP proxy module, and a subagent for executing ODBC queries as DCI. The core agent was improved significantly (with File.* and Process.* parameters). The internal scripting language now supports the "switch" statement. The Windows console was partially rewritten: it has a new object browser, and its graphs support was improved. Multiple FreeBSD issues which were found in 0.2.14 were resolved.
Release Notes: The alarm system was changed, so now the state can be new, acknowledged, or terminated. Helpdesk status was added. DCI values can now be pushed to the server instead of pulled on a schedule. Thresholds support was dramatically improved, so states are saved across server restart, and new thresholds like "data collection error" were added. Active network discovery was implemented. Configuration was simplified. The server was ported to AIX and HP-UX. The agent for HP-UX is now ready for production use.
Release Notes: Multiple stability/reliability issues have been fixed (encrypted communications and transparent DB connection loss handling). Agent configuration can be loaded from the server. Agent is ported to IPSO (Nokia IP appliances). Support for agent unattended installation has been added to the Windows installer. There is an improved graphs/DCI history viewer in the Windows console. BCM/XCP support has been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds ability to define complicated conditions using "condition" objects, RADIUS authentication, support for compressed MIB files, and support for DRBD device monitoring. The Event editor in the Windows Console was improved. A ENTITY-MIB was provided. The UPS Subagent was completely redesigned, stability and performance was improved, a UPS.OnlineStatus parameter was added, and a problem with occasional APC UPS disconnections was fixed.
Release Notes: Basic network maps were implemented. Non-standard (other than 4701) ports can now be used for client-server communications. Saved desktop configurations can be copied/moved between users, or deleted. SNMP walk functions were improved. A "User must change password on next login" function was implemented. UPS subagent: support for the BSMXCP protocol (used by Powerware, HP, and Compaq UPSes) was added. An Alarm Viewer crash was fixed. Solaris support was improved. Issues #28, #34, #52, #82, #83, #84, #85, #86, #87, and #88 were fixed.