The release of CES 3.3 today takes us back to our roots – rendering high-performing enterprise monitoring simple. And it just got simpler with a whole new look and nifty interface features, courtesy of version 2.7 of Centreon Web (formerly termed only as Centreon).
All the same, we have not ignored performance functionality and optimization. CES 3.3 also features an updated version for both Centreon Engine (v1.5) and Centreon Broker (v2.11). Centreon CLAPI has also been completely replaced by a native command line API that now runs in Centreon Web.
Last month, we released Centreon 2.6. Today, it’s CES 3.2. For those not familiar with Centreon solutions, this might cause some confusion. What’s the difference, you might ask?
To help you understand, I’ve put together this short 3-part series. Part one briefly explains our software history, solution concept and advantages of CES.
Enhanced user experience and better exploitation …
Centreon 2.6 delivers a number of key improvements and enhancements that stay true to what long-time users appreciate most about Centreon, particularly:
- Continued scalability in terms of usage
- Better user control and adaptability
- Easier configuration and overall use
- Additional compatibility with industry standards open source
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In case you missed it, Centreon BI 2.1.0 has been released recently. Only a short while after, we are very proud to announce the release of Centreon BAM 3.0.0 and Centreon Broker 2.8.0, these products can now interoperate.
The way your Business Activities are computed has been overhauled thanks to a new performant system.
As a reminder (or for your information), Centreon BAM is a proprietary module that you can purchase or it could be delivered to you through the Centreon Enterprise Server Complete edition.
Let’s start 2015 with brand new application reports, thanks to Centreon BI 2.1 !
This new version of Centreon BI is focused (partially) on reports based on Centreon BAM. To achieve that, two other products have parallely evolved : Centreon BAM 3.0 and Centreon Broker 2.8 (available soon). You are now able to get availability and performance statistics concerning your applications. In addition to these reports, you will discover a new one displaying acknowledgement and maintenance statistics. Last but not least, a new traffic report that focused on centile statistics is also coming with this new release.
The documentation has also evolved : it is now completely available in French. Moreover, the chapter concerning reports has been reorganised to ease their comprehension.
The data extraction system (ETL) includes two new features :
- the possibility to select and limit the reporting perimeter to store in the data warehouse
- a new type of statistics is aggregated in the data warehouse : centiles