Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, but it also adds a few important new features such as support for SNMPv3, importing and exporting of ZenPacks through the Web user interface, and a new RPM of all Core ZenPacks for easier installation. It also adds a few new Core ZenPacks: HPMonitor ZenPack for HP/Compaq Insight Management Agent monitoring, DellMonitor ZenPack for Dell OpenManage monitoring, ApacheMonitor ZenPack, and MySqlMonitor ZenPack.
Release Notes: This release marks a significant update for many areas of Zenoss Core, including a Google Maps mashup, a network topology map, Java application management, powerful graphing capabilities, and an AJAX-based drag and drop dashboard.
Release Notes: This release includes mostly minor fixes to the UI, graphing and reports, zendisc, zencommand, zenpacks, and the appliance.
Release Notes: Many changes and fixes were made to the UI: Dashboard, Network Map, and Google Maps are now fully compatible with IE7. A Google Maps bug preventing links from rendering properly has been fixed. There are fixes to Graphing and reports resequencing, as well as editing multi-graphs. GraphReports and Multi-Graph Reports can be displayed in 1, 2, or 3 columns. Many other areas have been updated with small fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds user groups. Groups can be used to aggregate alerting rules for several users into one location. Rules defined on the group are added to rules defined for a user with in that group. There have also been significant updates to the UI, Graphing and Reporting, and some minor updates to zProperties, MySQL connections, Zenperfsnmp, and ZenJMX.
Release Notes: An interactive visualization map of network topology was implemented using a force directed graph layout engine. A Google Maps mash-up was added for physical visualization of locations and connections between them. An AJAX-based drag and drop dashboard was added, providing complete customization to users. Native JMX performance monitoring was added. Advanced performance reporting was added, which enables powerful graphical visualization such as multiple device or component data on a single graph.
Release Notes: This version assures that all of the changes slated for build 2.0.5 are now in the current release. Failure tracebacks were eliminated when commands are actually successful. More readable interface speeds were added to the UI. Interface speeds now use scaling to ease readability. For example, instead of 1000000000, it will now read 1.0Gbps. An error in the Zenpack install script that leads to executables (included in zenpacks) not being assigned execute rights was corrected. The --commit command in the Zenmigrate for the appliance was removed.
Release Notes: This version is primarily a maintenance release that addresses issues to the following areas: Zenevents, Zenrrd, Zenactions, User Interface, Zenmodel, Zenpacks, and Zenmigrate for the appliance.
Release Notes: This is a beta release for version 2.0. Zenoss 2.0 marks a significant update for many areas of Zenoss Core, including overall look and feel. Back-end performance was enhanced and functionality was added. Zenwin was ported to Linux. Additional information is available from http://community.zenoss.com/zenoss-2.0 .
Release Notes: This release contains many new features and bugfixes. The UI has many enhancements such as new swoopy graphs that use AJAX to provide scrolling and zooming. Reporting has several new performance-oriented reports. Change Tracking has zenmodeler, and performs auto-discovery changes that are logged in the event system. Actions execute commands based on events and from the Web UI. There is a SLES 10 RPM and Solaris 10 64-bit source build using the Sun Studio 11 compiler.