We’re happy to announce the release of OpsDash v1.8. OpsDash is a self-hosted server monitoring and service monitoring solution. This release includes: Notification routing and suppression, consolidation of OpsDash ARM packages, and support for MySQL replication monitoring.

Notification routing and suppression

With OpsDash, you can easily set alerts for upper and lower limits for any metric. Both critical and warning limits can be set. Notifications can easily be set up to be sent out via email, Slack, HipChat, PagerDuty and Pushbullet.

And, now, with OpsDash v1.8, you can easily set rules to route alert notifications to the right person via the right channel. For example, you can easily add a rule to send all notifications arising from sources matching “prod-mysql-*” to a particular Slack channel and to a particular email list. You can also turn individual rules on or off, to easily turn off alerts during maintenance windows.

Notification Routing Rules

Consolidation of ARM packages

OpsDash server and agents can be installed on armv6 and armv7 architecture machines. With v1.8 our builds now contain binaries that can run on any architecture. This means that you can use the RapidLoop APT repo on any flavour of Raspberry Pi or other devices that you have.

Integrated support for MySQL replication monitoring

OpsDash v1.8 comes with out-of-the-box support for replication monitoring of MySQL master-slave clusters. You can now monitor and set alerts on slave IO/SQL threads, replication lag etc.

MySQL Replication Graphs

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