OneOps Team Blog
Whether we are planning an event, make a new release available, present at a conference or user group meeting or have something cool to share. The OneOps Team Blog here is the place to be for the latest news and more on OneOps.
You might also be curious about what happens In The Press and Elsewhere.
But now, here is the latest from the OneOps team - unless you want to see it all in the archive:
Ansible is an automation system for your IT infrastructure. It is a very popular tool for provisioning servers and applications and managing the configuration. Many of our OneOps users are using Ansible and brought the suggestion to us to embrace the usage of Ansible and its playbooks. On the other hand there are a lot of Ansible users that could benefit from the usage of OneOps, to unchain and manage their cloud applications.
So we decided to bridge that gap for the users and are now are actively working on bringing the two systems to a closer cooperation and integration.
10 March 2017 - Manfred Moser
Another weekly release with a few smaller fixes for you from our diverse and distributed team and a gem of a new feature for our advanced users.
3 March 2017 - Manfred Moser
The recent major Amazon AWS outage affected a lot of e-commerce sites. Some estimate that more than 50 of the top 100 e-commerce sites were affected. And you can rest assured that a lot of other websites, applications and backend systems experienced down-times and outages as well. Amazon and its various sites were however not affected, because their systems are distributed across data centres. To be on the safe side with a large system you could take it on level beyond that with OneOps and use multiple cloud providers.
This week we are following up with a few bug fixes only. Lots of other stuff is in the pipeline for future releases though, but you are going to have to stay tuned regarding those.
tomcat pack provides version 7.x of the Apache Tomcat web application server
and is a very popular pack for OneOps users running Java-powered web applications. With the
recent release we are bringing you an important update to
Nothing beats charts full of monitoring data, when it comes to investigating problems with your application running in operation. And with this release we are bringing you a few key improvements to an already amazing monitoring system. You got to check it out and to make that easy we even have a demo video for you.
We are on a roll! Just a week has passed and we are alreday giving you another release. This time with some significant features like support for Slack notifications.
Not even a week has passed and we are following up with a release with a number of bug fixes and improvements.
We are definitely back to our release cycle of every two weeks. This means we bring you enhancements and fixes in a regular cadence and you get access to them faster. Keeping that in mind, every release is a bit smaller in terms of changes - good for the stability of your running instance. So let’s see what we got this time.
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In addition to celebrating one year OneOps as open source project we are giving you another release. This time we focused on polishing what we delivered with the large release earlier this month. But, as usual, we also added a few new things.
25 January 2017 - Manfred Moser
Exactly one year ago today, OneOps became available to the open source community. It has been a great journey since then. Some things stayed the same, other things changed. We learned a lot and we are still in the process of improving everything for you all and getting better at working with everyone out there. But let’s look back and see what we have accomplished.
Working up to the initial open source release and afterwards we get a lot of traction in the press. And we followed up on that with various team members attending conferences and other events and presenting about OneOps and various use cases we encounter daily.
We are kicking off the year 2017 with a release that brings a host of new features and bug fixes after slowing down a bit in Q4 2016. And there are some significant ones like PoC-type support for the Google Cloud Platform, various improvements for Windows computes and a number of UI enhancements.
And we are not slowing down either. The next release is already in the pipeline with numerous merges pending. But
let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Check out what is in the new
17.01.05-STABLE release first.
Closing off our first year as open source project, we slowed down on the releases a bit for a code freeze towards the end of year. The two October releases provided some rich enhancements and a stable base. With the year coming to an end we are lined up well for a great release coming in January. Stay tuned for more on that right here on the blog.
Despite summer holidays and the desire to be outside, we kept improving OneOps for our users in regular releases.