Icinga Turns 2, Releases 1.4

May 11, 2011

One week after celebrating its second anniversary, the Icinga open source monitoring system rolls out version 1.4.

In a blog post today, Nagios fork Icinga announced the availability of version 1.4. "This time round we have many new features to show in the Classic UI and new Icinga Web, alongside bug fixes and much behind-the-scenes development in Core, IDOUtils and API. The two UIs were definitely this release’s shining stars – check out Michael F’s post for more info," the post says. Visit the Icinga website to find out more or download the new release.

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