Release Notes: This release introduces a simplified one-command install and upgrade procedure, eight new hardware profiles, network maps, a new fault management UI, a reworked user interface, flexible alarm notifications, and many other improvements.
Release Notes: This release introduces custom fields to any NOC object, Service Activation monitoring tools, various optimizations, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds IPAM auto-discovery, extended IPv6 support for various scripts, a new clean ExtJS-based UI for VC management, enhanced third-party system integration via an open REST interface, and an experimental GIS subsystem.
Release Notes: This interim release introduces a new noc-discovery daemon that collects interface settings and stores them in the database. Ping probes are now evenly distributed across the time. Non-unique OIDs defined in several MIBs are handled properly now.
Release Notes: This interim release introduces massive infrastructure changes including: a new ExtJS UI, a REST/JSON interface, a new fault management system with event correlation and root cause analysis, and much more. Hardware support for Foundry, Cisco (IOS XR-based), Ericsson/Redback, and Eltex has been introduced.
Release Notes: This release introduces more improvements in the Service Activation area. Among them are SA sharding for additional horizontal scalability, WRR load balancing in activator pools, per-object concurrent script limits, command snippets, and script output templating. This release also introduces initial support for ZTE ZXR10 platform.
Release Notes: This release introduces major improvements in the Service Activation area: pure-Python Telnet and SSH client implementations, poll()/epoll() support, parallel execution in debug-script, reduced CPU and memory footprint, large config handling (over 30 MB), and support for Cisco Catalyst clusters. Configuration management received an additional Config Diff Filter Rule, which allows you to strip unimportant config changes from notifications, while handling them normally. Address Space Management can now import prefixes from equipment's directly connected networks into the database.
Release Notes: This release introduces the activator pools - the ability to share the load between several activator processes, greatly increasing responsibility, performance, and reliability of the service activation subsystem. The IPAM module got "show free prefixes" link and "rebase prefix" feature.
Release Notes: This release introduces numerous stability and usability bugfixes for Service Activation, Fault Management, VC Management, and Peering Management subsystems. New device profiles are added: Alcatel.TIMOS, DLink.DES2108, and HP.ProCurve9xxx. Existing device profiles received many new scripts and bugfixes for existing ones.
Release Notes: This release introduces a completely rewritten Address Space Management (IPAM) application with full IPv6 support. The service activation API was improved for better readability and reliability. The Vyatta, FreeBSD, and 3Com SuperStack platforms are now supported. Additional documentation and screencasts were added to the Web site.