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Watchers can submit, vote and share product enhancement suggestions inside The Watch via the new Ideas page. We are thrilled to partner with this community to learn more about your ideas on the Centreon product and we are committed to reviewing and investigating them to feed our product roadmap. 🟢 So, what are you waiting for? We’ve intialized the page with frequently heard ideas so you can take a look, share your own ideas and vote. If you’ve searched and can’t find an idea similar to the one you have, submit a brand new idea. We have published guidelines to help you present your feedback with the most impact. Let’s build something great together! And if you have any questions/comments/feedback/suggestions on this new Ideas experience, please let us know. Note: Only registered community members have access to the new Ideas experience.
Upcoming events A new year with you is getting started in a big way! This week we have two webinars coming up, with the following theme “Real-time graphical views with the new Centreon MAP extension”. Both sessions will be virtual and will be held on Wednesday 1st February: A webinar in french at 11h00 am CET A webinar in English at 03h00 pm CET You still have time to register!And as of next week, we are back to in-person events at Centreon! The Centreon Connect Breakfast will take place on Thursday, February 9, between 09:00 and 11:00 am in the new offices located at 30 rue du Château des Rentiers, 75013 Paris. It will be a pleasure to meet you around breakfast and discuss monitoring with the Centreon product team. We hope to see many of you at these events.Note : The session will be exclusively in French and the number of saets is limited. The community needs your help!One of the values we hold dear in this community is helping each other. Here are some of the questions that w
With the announced end of support for CentOS 7 (planned for June 30th, 2024), we have seen a growing number of compatibility issues with this operating system. This has forced Centreon to implement workarounds or to rely on non-official component distribution. Centreon wants to provide the best support, experience and security. To ensure everyone anticipates the end of CentOS 7, and that we focus our efforts on modern operating systems, we will take a step forward in stopping CentOS 7 support in the 2023 Spring release (planned around April 2023). This will also end support for equivalent distributions: Redhat 7 and Oracle Linux 7.Prior versions that do currently support CentOS 7 will remain fully supported through their entire lifetime (please check details in the lifecycle policy) and until the CentOS 7 end of support. Feel free to comment/ask questions through this post. Frequently Asked Questions What alternative Operating Systems to CentOS 7 does Centreon support?The current versi
“The Watch” celebrated its first year of existence a few weeks ago. This anniversary is an opportunity for us to review what we have achieved together over the last 12 months, culminating in the Centreon Summit with over 700 participants. I want to take the time to thank you all for your contribution and at the same time ask you to tell us more about your expectations for 2023. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. It’s only four-question long! The aim is to make this community platform even better. I wish you all a Happy Holidays season and a peaceful New Year! See you in 2023 for more adventures on “The Watch”! Fabrix,
On November 24th, the second edition of our annual meeting was held: the Centreon Summit 2022! It was the occasion to gather the French-speaking users of our community around Centreon and its use. In addition to the opening plenary session, which featured a few members of Centreon's board of directors and its CEO @jmathis providing information on our current news, new products, practical information and the roadmap, we had eight different tracks presented by various people from Centreon and members of the community. Finally, we rewarded the 15 most active people during the whole event and the 3 most active contributors on "The Watch", who are : @gespada, @coco163 and @sdouce. We would like to thank them all here 😉Relive here all the sessions and see you in 2023 for the next edition! 🚀 Centreon Summit 2022 was a 100% French speaking. So all the videos are in French.
Today is the day for the Centreon Summit 2022! And if you haven't registered yet, here are 5 good reasons to do so now:At the heart of Centreon: eight sessions to discover the best practices, the new features and the roadmap of Centreon. The community: meet several hundred participants with whom you can exchange during the event. Centreon Cloud: discover live the backstage of Centreon Cloud and its future evolutions. Rewards: a draw will reward the most active people of the afternoon and the members of The Watch. Open Bar: a unique opportunity to exchange with the Centreon team, from experts to sales people, including product managers and developers.The complete agenda is available here.By the way, don't forget to bookmark your favourite sessions. This will allow you to find them more quickly.Just as a reminder, Centreon Summit 2022 is a 100% virtual, 100% French-speaking event.See you there! 😉
The second edition of Centreon Summit is coming soon! This conference that brings together all Centreon users, customers, partners and community members will be held on Thursday, 24th November, 2022, from 14:00 CET / 8:00 EST. This will be an opportunity to discuss our common passion for monitoring, sharing best practices and latest product functionalities. This year again, this will be a virtual, french-speaking event. Yes, we know, our community also needs an English edition: we’re working on it but are not yet ready for 2022. Check the agenda here! 😊 You can register for Centreon Summit 2022 now here! 😉
Centreon Fall’22: What’s new in the 22.10 software version?product updates
Released during the Fall of 2022, Centreon software version 22.10 is applicable to both Centreon Cloud (the SaaS version of the platform) and Centreon On-Premises (for Self-Hosted deployments). Centreon 22.10 is also applicable to all software editions: Open Source, IT Edition, Business Edition and MSP Edition.This is 22.10 in a nutshell:User Authorization with OpenID Connect Monitoring Configuration, with Auto-Discovery More productivity with a better User Experience Platform Architecture and Operations Stay tuned for a new MAP user experience So, what’s new with Centreon Platform 22.10? This is what you will discover by clicking on the button below 😉 Read more/EN Read more/FR
OW2con’22 Keynote - Combining the spirit of open source with business realities: a never-ending journeyKeynote
Starting a new open source project is the easy part. Building a skilled community to strengthen the project while making it a professionally adopted, industry-grade open source software is much more challenging. It requires a sustainable business model that balances the spirit of open source with economic realities. And what works in the early years of a project doesn't necessarily work forever: finding the right balance is a never-ending journey.Let's try and understand what works, what doesn't.OW2con’22 Keynote from @jmathis, CEO and Co-Founder at Centreon.
Centreon 22.04 is now available!Product Updates
In light of this release we are hosting a special three-part webinar series where our product team will dive deep and discuss these three key new features:Centreon data source for Grafana Integrating Ntopng with Centreon Authorization & Authentication in Centreon Register now and join in with our product team live! Spring has arrived, and with spring comes the spring software version of the Centreon Platform, a.k.a Centreon 22.04. We have been working hard over the last few months to develop new features that will help you go even further in monitoring. Discover here all the new features to come in this new version of Centreon. This is 22.04 in a nutshell:Debian 11 and AlmaLinux 8 for self-hosted deployment, or Centreon Cloud for SaaS service Automatic Plugin installation and updates Auto-Discovery enhancements Windows agentless monitoring with WSMAN Dark Theme and other UX improvements New Analytics capabilities with Grafana data source New NPMD capabilities with ntopng integra
Centreon will be at the OW2con'22!Conference
We are delighted to be a sponsor of OW2con'22! The event, which will be held entirely online on 8 and 9 June, will have as its central theme: "Reliable and Predictable Open Source Software". During this event, Julien Mathis (@jmathis), CEO of Centreon, will present a 20-minute keynote on 8 June at 09:50 am (UTC +02:00), on the following topic: “Combining the spirit of open source with business realities: a never-ending journey”. Find here the whole agenda of the event. OW2con'22 is a unique opportunity for participants and speakers to discover great projects while connecting, networking, discussing, sharing experiences and planning new projects. Register now! For information, OW2 is an independent, global, open-source software community.Click here to learn more.Join us !
Welcome to the Latest News Category!This post explains the purpose and themes within this category. What is this category about?Keep up with major release announcements and important information related to The Watch experience. What can I do here?You can interact with any updates we share by liking, replying with your thoughts or questions, or sharing our posts with your peers. Only the Centreon team can post in this category, but that shouldn't stop you from interacting with these updates!
What’s new in Centreon 21.10? Watch the replay of the 21.10 webinar in english.Quelles nouveautés dans la version Centreon 21.10 ? Regardez le webinar 21.10 en français.Last fall, we released version 21.10 of the Centreon Platform, which is applicable to Centreon Open Source, IT Edition, Business Edition and MSP Edition.In this webinar, our Product Managers deep dive into each new feature or major improvements. Watch this webinar to learn about:What’s new in 21.10 A better user experience for Resource Status Yet some more Auto-Discovery capabilities Debian action plan MAP web Beta program
21.10 Service Pack 1 - AnnouncementANNOUNCEMENT
The purpose of this notification is to inform you that Centreon 21.10 Service Pack 1 is available for rollout. It's been a bit over 4 months now since we released Centreon 21.10. Thousands of platforms around the world have been upgraded and there have been some minor updates to address early adopter findings. If you are running an older version, now is the right time to consider an upgrade. If you are using a commercial edition of Centreon, please check the maintenance table below to ensure you remain fully supported: Version End of support State Centreon 21.04 10/2022 Supported Centreon 20.10 04/2022 Supported Centreon 20.04 10/2021 No longer supported Centreon 19.10 04/2021 No longer supported Centreon 19.04 10/2020 No longer supported Centreon 18.10 04/2020 No longer supported Note that 21.10 benefits from our updated vers
We are committed and excited to partner with our community to develop a better product. The Ideas section in The Watch is the best place for you to share your ideas and discuss them with other community members and Centreon staff. There has been too many places in the past where those conversations happened and we wanted to review all ideas from a single location to see if there is a demand or to further investigate them. We will also engage with everyone about their ideas to understand your use cases and help us decide whether we want to pursue an idea. Before you submit an idea Search (please)We hope you have checked if someone already submitted an idea like yours. We would like to avoid duplicates and let you spend your time searching and completing existing ideas instead of writing one from scratch. Describe your idea with as much detail as possibleThe richer your description, the more likely we and others will immediately know what you mean (and the higher the chances someone wil
Log4Shell impact on Centreon's productSECURITY BULLETIN
Updated on December 21st, 10:45 CET (see below) English version (see below for French) SummaryA zero-day exploit for a vulnerability code-named Log4Shell (CVE-2021-44228) was publicly released on December 9th, 2021. A detailed description of the vulnerability can be found on the Apache Log4j Security Vulnerabilities page under the section “Fixed in Log4j 2.15.0”. The Centreon Security Group has conducted an initial assessment across the codebase to determine the impact of this vulnerability. ImpactCentreon components that might be affected are the ones including Java code: Centreon MAP server Centreon MBI server AS400 connector No other component (including opensource) is affected.No Centreon Cloud service is affected. State of investigationMAP server in all supported versions (20.10, 21.04, 21.10) uses log4j 2.13 which is affected by the vulnerability.Whilst Centreon is testing workarounds and working on software updates, please make sure to review guidelines to secure the MAP
On November 18th, 2021, Centreon held a virtual event for its French-speaking community.Thanks to all who participated whether by watching, chatting with the Centreon team or coming to the Open Bar!To watch a replay of all the sessions, visit the Centreon YouTube channel through the links below, and if you are not familiar with French, stay tuned for English content coming forward!Plénière d'Ouverture - Centreon en 2021 et au-delà Tour d'horizon de Centreon : 30 minutes pour découvrir la plateforme et comprendre quelle édition est faite pour vous Déploiement d'une plateforme Centreon distribuée, sécurisée, de A à Z Zoom sur la toute dernière version 21.10 de Centreon Supervision des infrastructures hybrides : restons zen ! Gestion des alertes, gestion d'incidents, avec Centreon Business-Aware Monitoring : méthodologie d'implémentation d'une supervision qui réponde aux exigences métier Témoignage HubOne : quand la supervision aide à garantir la qualité des services managés
The place to be for all things relating to the Centreon universe … and more. I’m pleased to welcome you to The Watch, the new way to connect with the broader Centreon community. In this brief introduction, I’m hoping to answer some of your initial questions on The Watch—and send you on your way to productive and enlightening conversations with fellow Watchers, including knowledgeable Centreonians. Why The Watch, a Centreon community? We want you to enjoy an immersive community experience. The Watch not only brings people together, but also connects them to the information and insights they need, helping them achieve a variety of purposes all in one place. Our other collaborative channels, such as Slack and Github remain open, but The Watch is where our collective knowledge will reside from now on—so please make yourself at home too!And in case you’re wondering: The Watch is the perfect name for a community focused on watching over IT performance. Now this community is yours to contrib
It was a real pleasure to meet you (IRL, finally!) last week during the Open Source Experience in Paris!This tradeshow was a perfect occasion for us to meet you and to discuss about your Centreon projects, your IT monitoring needs and challenges, but also the importance of IT automation In case you missed it, two Centreonians led a french-speaking talk during the event:Managing the risks to the dependencies of an open source project – David BoucherThe bintray server shut down on 1st May 2021. The dependencies of our open source Centreon-Engine and Centreon-Broker software were no longer accessible. It is impossible to compile a new version. How to best manage the dependencies on external projects in an open source product. Are there any long-term, risk-free solutions or is this pure fantasy? We can illustrate this point by means of the experience we had in May 2021.Orchestrate machine learning models with opensource tools – Denis RousselMany tutorials exist for creating machine learnin
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