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Registration Open for Nagios World Conference 2013
Nagios Enterprises is excited to announce that registration for the Nagios World Conference 2013 is now open. Following the success of NWC 2012, this year's conference is sure to provide another excellent opportunity for Nagios users and community members from around the world to learn from one another and share their knowledge. Click here to learn more and register!
Nagios Core 3.5.0 Released
Nagios Core 3.5.0 has been released and can be downloaded from the downloads page. The Changelog can be found here. This release contains bug fixes and updates related to downtimes, restarts, and to the way non-ASCII characters are handled. This release includes an application binary interface (ABI) update; existing modules will need to be recompiled in order to work with this release. Thanks to Phil Randal and Eric Stanley for their contributions.
Nagios Core 3.4.4 Released
Nagios Core 3.4.4 has been released and can be downloaded from the downloads page. The Changelog can be found here. This release contains several bug fixes and updates to the code to prevent security issues.. Thanks to Mike Guthrie and Eric Stanley for their contributions.
NRPE 2.14 Released
NRPE has just been updated to version 2.14. This version contains a number of changes, including enhanced support for AIX as well a patch to prevent a potential security issue arising from passing bash command substitutions as arguments. Thanks to those who contributed to and tested this version. You can download NRPE 2.14 directly from SourceForge.
Nagios Core 3.4.3 Released
Nagios Core 3.4.3 was just released and can be grabbed from the downloads page. The Changelog can be found here. This release is essentially the 3.4.2 minus the changes intended for Nagios 4 that had slipped into the code. Thanks to Mike Guthrie, Eric Stanley, and Phil Randal for their contributions and to Phil Randal and Dan Wittenberg for their testing and feedback on the release candidates.
Nagios Conference Sold Out
We're happy to announce that the Nagios Conferece is SOLD OUT! This year's conference features 40+ presentations, 15 BoF sessions, and three days of professional networking opportunities. If you've procrastinated on registering and still are interested in attending, contact us to check for last minute openings.