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The new release of Centreon Map, the advanced cartography and modelling tool is now available: the 3.5 version.
Please find all evolution details below.
Display nagios host relationships
With Centreon Map 3.5, you can easily display the relationship between host based on Nagios. This feature allows you to quickly find the potential impact on the host unavailability.
Three representations are available
Improved load link
The unidirectional link
For example, in the case of an e-commerce website, the Centreon Map user can know at a T time, the percentage of sent parcels compare to maximum the capacity of treatment available.
Customization of the metrics associated with a link
Metrics associated with load link are now customizable.
To continue with the example above (the e-commerce website), the maximum treatment capacity may depend on the day of the week. Therefore, it is necessary to override the maximum limits to get the percentage of processing capacity use.
The load link legend can be customized. As a user, you can edit Thresholds and associated colours.
Default thresholds and associated colours are the same as the previous version.
Viewing services as graph
Better integration of Centreon ACL
Centreon Map now inherits ACLs from Centreon: acknowledgement, downtime and force check.
Transform view to container and vice versa
This new version allows the transformation of a container to view, and vice versa. The list of views is available beside the Centreon resources. The transformation from view to container is operated with drag and drop. Transformation from container to view is available with contextual menu.
– Centreon Map can auto reconnect after a disconnection
– Server can be tested on the authentication dialog
– After a java webstart authentification, used profiles are automatically saved.
The full changelog including minor corrections is available for Centreon Map users from their support interface.