NOC 22.2 22.2 release contains 286 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Highlights Gufo Labs Collaboration Gufo Labs is a private IT-consulting company based in Milan, Italy. Among other things, they focus on extracting the vital parts of the NOC technologies, reworking them, and releasing them as separate open-source packages. Separation into independent packages allows a focus on API, documentation, reliability, portability, resource usage, and performance. Known as Gufo Stack, this software is the valuable tool not only for NOC but every network-related engineer and developer.
NOC 22.1.4 22.1.4 release contains 4 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Improvements MR Title !6611 noc/noc#1902 Remove ESMRE library from requirements Bugfixes MR Title !6663 Fix detect UTC offset for metriccollector. !6677 noc/noc#1925 Fix ReportPendingLink when empty DiscoveryID collection. Profile Changes Raisecom.ROS MR Title !
NOC 22.1.3 22.1.3 release contains 29 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Improvements MR Title !6400 noc/noc#1851 Convert MessageRoute Settings to new format. !6559 noc/noc#1891 Add DefaultRoute to MX. !6564 Remove MX routes for default route. !6567 Clean cli stream if not setup connection. !6577 Fix Workflow item saving !6579 Fix SSH stream is None when close session.
NOC 22.1.2 22.1.2 release contains 77 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. New features MR Title !6437 noc/noc#1351 Add capabilities to ManagedObject ETL extractor. Improvements MR Title !5084 noc/noc#1820 Add hostname_id to DiscoveryID model !6299 fix get_interfaces Alcatel.7302 !6341 Fix Eltex.MES.get_inventory script !6346 Add checkpoint param to etl extract command.
NOC 22.1.1 22.1.1 release contains 43 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. New features MR Title !6264 noc/noc#1780 Incremental ETL Improvements MR Title !5371 noc/noc#1515 Add Sensor ETL model. !6220 noc/noc#1535 Change DIG - > DNSPython !6252 Catch ValueError on objectmetrics NBI API. !6259 Fix NAG.SNR profile !
In accordance to our Release Policy we’re proudly present release 22.1. NOC 22.1 22.1 release contains 1329 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Highlights Labels NOC always has the conception of the tags. Tags are the lists of the arbitrary strings attached to the resources. You can attach a tag to apply the meaning to the resources. Tags are highly controversial by their nature, and their utility may vary from the silver bullet to the total mess.
In accordance to our Release Policy we’re proudly present release 20.4.6. NOC 20.4.6 20.4.6 release contains 7 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Bugfixes MR Title !6006 release-20.4:Backport!6005 Fix typo on AS UI Model. !6010 release-20.4:Backport!6007 Remove transform_query from Syslog BI field. !6134 Bump markupsage to 2.0.1 for fix soft_unicode Code Cleanup MR Title !
In accordance to our Release Policy we’re proudly present release 20.4.5. 20.4.5 release contains 39 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Improvements MR Title !5199 #1537 FastAPIService: ctl API !5250 noc/noc#1559 Add eq - vcfilter to interfaceclassificationrule !5447 #1594 Error radius timeout !5636 Fix ddash interval !5648 #1586 generation reverse IPv6 DNS zone with hex characters !
In accordance to our Release Policy we’re proudly present release 20.4. 20.4 release contains of 225 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Refer to the Release Notes for details. Highlights Generic Message Exchange NOC can send notifications to email/telegram via Notification groups on alarms and configuration changes. Notifications are useful to take human attention to possible problem. To notify push data to external system NOC uses DataStream approach. External systems have to pull changes and process them according own logic.
In accordance to our Release Policy we’re proudly present release 20.3. 20.3 release contains of 271 bugfixes, optimisations and improvements. Refer to the Release Notes for details. Highlights Biosegmentation NOC 20.3 introduces new ad-hoc auto-segmentation algorithm we’d called Biosegmentation for its similarity with famous “Osmosys” game. Each Managed Object starts with its very own “floating” segment, or “bubble”. Bubbles collide each other in series of neighboring events, like new links found.