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Nagios Fusion 2014r1.1 Released
Nagios Fusion 2014r1.1 Released Nagios Fusion 2014r1.1 has just been released and now supports CentOS 7 and RHEL 7 installation platforms. This release also includes numerous visual enhancements, bug fixes, and more streamlined software updates and system logins.
Additional improvements include:
- Hostgroup dashlet linking
- Modified restore script to use tar
- Fixed profile and account settings
Nagios XI 2014r2.7 Released
To view a list of changes included in this release, you may reference the changelog.
We greatly appreciate the feedback that the Nagios community continues to provide. If there is a feature you would like to see in a future release of Nagios XI, be sure to share your ideas with our tech team in our Nagios Ideas Forum.
Nagios Announces Call for Papers for the 2015 Nagios World Conference
Nagios Enterprises has just announced that the 2015 Nagios World Conference will take place September 28th- 30th, 2015 in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Presentation proposals are now being accepted and IT professionals, Nagios community members, and industry experts are invited to submit their abstracts for consideration.
Nagios Log Server 2015r1.4 Released
Nagios Log Server 2015r1.4 has been released and is available for download. This release provides increased stability and numerous bug fixes.
To see the full list of changes contained in this release, view the Log Server changelog.
Visit the Log Server downloads page to gain access to Nagios Log Server 2015r1.4.
Need help upgrading? Upgrade your Nagios Log Server installation to the latest release using the following instructions listed here.
We greatly appreciate the feedback that the Nagios community continues to provide. If there is a feature you would like to see in a future release of Nagios Log Server, be sure to share your ideas with our tech team in our Nagios Ideas Forum!
Nagios Core 4.1.0rc1 Released
The first release candidate for Nagios Core 4.1.0 has been released and is now available for download.
The biggest changes included in this release are complete updates to the 3 graphical displays in the CGIs - Status Map, Histogram, and Trends.
You are invited to download this release and test it on your non-production systems. Please report any issues to the Nagios Core development forum or on GitHub.