bitkraft at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 03:33:53 CDT 2011
When is 1.10 going to be released?
On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:53 AM, Jeff Gehlbach <jeffg at opennms.org> wrote:
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> On 09/30/2011 09:50 AM, harbor235 wrote:
> > Soalrwinds, splunk, fwanalog, and others come to mind, any other
> good ones
> > out there?
> We've made some great strides in OpenNMS in the area of syslog event
> processing. The upcoming 1.10 release will be much easier to get
> going, particularly since we now have pluggable message parsers -- you
> no longer need Wireshark and a black belt in regular expressions to
> start receiving events from syslog sources. We've also made it
> possible to split the syslog rules across multiple files, which makes
> maintaining your own rules much easier compared to the old monolithic
> It's still not going to be Splunk-easy to configure, but it's now
> darned close to Netcool OMNIbus syslogd probe-easy. Plus you get
> pretty JasperReports reports based on your events like this one (or
> roll your own):
> Also flexible event notifications, event de-duplication, and SNMP trap
> handling as well as service-assurance polling, performance data
> collection via SNMP, HTTP, WMI, SQL/JDBC, and other protocols.
> Oh yeah, it's 100% free / libre / open source software. And you can
> get support for it from my employer.
> PR hat off,
> - -jeff
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