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Support for Debian 10

This release adds Debian 10 to the list of Supported Operating Systems.

Microsoft Teams Integration

Enables teams to collaborate within MS Teams when an alert is raised ensuring that the right alert goes to the right person, at the right time, for the right reason​. For more details, see here

Security Enhancements

  • Fixed a SQL Injection vulnerability
  • NGINX has been upgraded to the latest stable version
  • Autocomplete is disabled on sensitive forms
  • SameSite attribute on cookies is now set to strict across most of the product

(Included in 6.6.3)

  • AuthTKT is no longer used by Opsview Cloud to manage user sessions. The Opsview Session Manager now deals with the creation and expiration of sessions for Opsview Cloud.
  • Opsview Deploy variable opsview_auth_tkt_ignore_ip has been deprecated and replaced with opsview_session_ignore_ip.
    • Existing values of opsview_auth_tkt_ignore_ip will continue to be used if the new opsview_session_ignore_ip variable is not set.
    • If both are set, opsview_session_ignore_ip takes precedence.
  • Angular has now been upgraded to the latest version
  • Removed the version identification of easyxdm

Opspack Updates

Cloud - Azure (v2.1.1)

  • Fixed timestamp parsing bug affecting the following Service Checks:
    • Azure - Windows VM - Shutdowns
    • Azure - Windows VM - Restarts
    • Azure - Linux VM - Shutdowns
    • Azure - Linux VM - Restarts
  • Due to changes to the Network Watcher Connection Monitor resources available in Azure, our Connection Monitor offering has been updated to highlight our continued support for the “Classic” Connection Monitors:
    • The “Cloud - Azure - Network Watcher - Connection Monitors” Host Template has been renamed “Cloud - Azure - Network Watcher - Classic Connection Monitors”
    • The “Cloud - Azure - Network Watcher - Connection Monitors” Service Group has been renamed “Cloud - Azure - Network Watcher - Classic Connection Monitors”
    • The “Azure - Network Watcher - Connection Monitors” Service Check has been renamed “Azure - Network Watcher - Classic Connection Monitors”.
      • This name change will clear the check execution history for this specific check only, so if maintaining this record is desired, export the historical data before upgrading (Service Check - Investigate ).
      • Any dashlets, reports or filters that have been configured to use the original Service Check name will need to be manually modified to use the new name.

Cloud - Azure (v2.2.2)

  • Fixed bug causing the following Service Checks to return an UNKNOWN status with no message, they will now return data from Azure Elastic Pool resources correctly:
    • Azure - EP - Allocated Storage
    • Azure - EP - Allocated Storage Percent
    • Azure - EP - CPU Usage
    • Azure - EP - CPU Used
    • Azure - EP - Data IO Percent
    • Azure - EP - eDTU Used
    • Azure - EP - Log IO Percent
    • Azure - EP - Process CPU Usage
    • Azure - EP - Process Memory Usage
    • Azure - EP - Sessions Percent
    • Azure - EP - Storage Usage
    • Azure - EP - Storage Used
    • Azure - EP - Tempdb Percent
    • Azure - EP - Workers Percent
    • Azure - EP - XTP Storage Percent
  • Additionally, now all Service Checks within the “Cloud - Azure - Elastic Pool” Host Template will assume a default Elastic Pool type of ‘DTU’, if none is provided.

OS - VMware vSphere (v2.0.9) *Updated in 6.6.3

  • Updated the order of results when items are degraded, so that they are listed in order of severity: CRITICAL, WARNING, UNKNOWN, OK.
  • Affected Service Checks:
    • vSphere - vCenter - Backup Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Cluster Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - CPU Usage
    • vSphere - vCenter - Datastore Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - DNS Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Filesystem Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Health Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Host Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Memory Usage
    • vSphere - vCenter - NIC Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - NTP Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Proxy Server Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Service Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Swap Usage
    • vSphere - vCenter - Time Synchronisation
    • vSphere - vCenter - Updates
    • vSphere - vCenter - Uptime
    • vSphere - vCenter - VCHA Cluster Status
    • vSphere - vCenter - Version
    • vSphere - vCenter - Virtual Machine Status
  • Updated the order of results when items are degraded, so that they are listed in order: DOWN, UP.
  • Affected Service Check:
    • vSphere - Host - Network Adapters
  • Updated the order of results when items are degraded, so that they are listed in order: DOWN, DOWN (EXPECTED), UP.
  • Affected Service Check:
    • vSphere - Host - NIC Summary
  • Updated the order of results when items are degraded, so that they are listed in order: DOWN, UP, no network association.
  • Affected Service Check:
    • vSphere - Host - Port Group Summary
  • Updated the order of results when items are degraded, so that they are listed in order: Alert (RED, GRAY or YELLOW), non-alert (GREEN).
  • Affected Service Check:
    • vSphere - Host - Temperature

Azure - Generic

  • Improved documentation for the “Azure - Generic” Host Template to improve ease of use when setting up custom Azure monitoring. New documentation can be viewed at Opsview Azure Custom Monitoring.

Network Topology (included in 6.6.3)

The Network Analyzer module has now been enhanced with Network Topology. More information can be found here

Defect Fixing

This release also addresses an additional number of general defects across Opsview Cloud. For more details see here.