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Posted over 11 years ago by Simeon Pinder
Blog post added by Simeon Pinder Discussing how RHQ can help in implementing ITIL Service Support for better web application management. View Online
Posted over 11 years ago by Simeon Pinder
Blog post added by Simeon Pinder Discussing some of the new dashboard customization capabilities of RHQ 4.x. that allows the user to better display what matters most to their use case with portlets. View Online
Posted over 11 years ago by Jay Shaughnessy
Blog post added by Jay Shaughnessy Discussing some of the challenges of IE support in RHQ 4.0.1.... SmartGWT IE7, IE8 Support View Online
Posted over 11 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
Blog post added by Heiko W. Rupp RHQ 4.0.1 has been released as bug fix release over RHQ 4 and brings support for Internet Explorer 7 and 8. It also contains a fix ... [More] for a memory leak and some apache related fixes. You can learn more from the release notes, that also contain the download link. View Online [Less]
Posted over 11 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
Blog post added by Heiko W. Rupp RHQ 4 allows (as a hidden feature) to alert on call time data. This was contributed by Frank Br├╝seke some time ago. To enable Read more... View Online
Posted over 11 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
Blog post added by Heiko W. Rupp After ten month of hard work, RHQ 4 has been released. Read more about this release in the release notes, where you can also find a link to the downloads. View Online
Posted almost 12 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
Blog post added by Heiko W. Rupp Hello, we have just released the release candidate for RHQ 4 You can find the release notes (please, read them at ... [More] http://rhq-project.org/display/RHQ/Release+Notes+4.0+CR The release notes also contain a download link. Please grab the release, test it and give us all feedback you can give. View Online [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by Charles Crouch
Blog post edited by Charles Crouch Updates to the RHQ and Jopr Project infrastructures November, 16, 2009 Source Repositories The RHQ and Jopr source ... [More] repositories have been consolidated into a new GIT repository in order to facilitate more advanced distributed development and community involvment. The repository is now hosted on Fedorahosted at http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/?p=rhq/rhq.git Contributions A contributor page has been set up to explain the new process for contributing code to RHQ and Jopr. As always, Bug reports, documentation enhancements and feature requests are always welcome. Issue Tracking Issue tracking for RHQ has been moved to Red Hat Bugzilla at https://bugzilla.redhat.com/browse.cgi?product=RHQ%20Project and the old JIRA instance has been switched into read-only mode. To use the new Bugzilla, use your existing Red Hat bugzilla account. If you do not have one yet, you can register yourself. If you use the same email address you were using for the RHQ jira, you should get your issues from Jira assigned to you in bugzilla as well. This does not yet include the Jopr JIRA though. Wiki The technical design and project wikis for Jopr and RHQ have been consolidated into one wiki instance at http://www.rhq-project.org in order to more easily find your way around the design and developer documentation. Username and password are the same as in the previous jopr.org wiki. The combined user documentation is now available here http://www.rhq-project.org/display/JOPR2/Home Feedback To reach the team and give feedback etc you can use IRC: channel #rhq on irc.freenode.net View Online [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by Charles Crouch
Blog post edited by Charles Crouch The RHQ team is proud to announce the first developer build of the RHQ 1.4.0 platform. This initial developer release, 1.4.0-B1 ... [More] , provides an early look at the new features which we are planning for the 1.4.0. This release contains many of the plugins which had been available as part of the Jopr project, along with the plugins that were included in previous RHQ releases. The message provides details on the release notes, how to download the release, and how to get help and contribute to the project. As with any developer build, it is possible for this build to do bad things, like eat your cats. We would advise you to not use this build to upgrade existing RHQ or Jopr environments. Release Notes The complete release notes can be found at http://rhq-project.org/display/RHQ/Release+Notes+1.4.0.B01. New Features in this release include: A new Server Side plugin container which allows server side features to be extended without changing core code. You can learn more about this feature at http://rhq-project.org/display/RHQ/Server+Plugin+Development. Pluggable Alert Senders which allow uses to add their own notification senders to the RHQ Engine. Learn more about this at http://rhq-project.org/display/RHQ/Design+-+pluggable+alert+senders. Several new Alert senders including IRC, Microblogging, and Mobicents Improved plugin generator and Annotations to help automate generation of plugin descriptors New ManualAddFacet for agent plugins that support manual adding of resources New Perspectives subsystem facilitating customization of regions of the RHQ UI. Learn about the design at http://rhq-project.org/display/RHQ/Design-Perspectives. Changes from earlier releases include: "Content Source" and "Channel" as content types have been renamed to "Content Providers" and "Repositories", respectively. The SnmpTrapd plugin now uses manual add instead of autodiscovery Getting the Release You can access this release in the following ways: The Tarball binary is available from SourceForge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/rhq/files/rhq/rhq-1.4.0.beta1/rhq-server-1.4.0.B01.zip/download Source code is in the in the git repostiory at Fedora Hosted: http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/?p=rhq/rhq.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/build-v1.4.0-B1. Instructions for building the code can be found at http://rhq-project.org/display/RHQ/Building+RHQ. You can pull down the bits via maven from the JBoss repostory at http://repository.jboss.com/maven2/. Use version 1.4.0.B01 in your pom files. Getting Help If you would like to get in touch with the developers, you can find us at #rhq on freenode or on the mailing lists: Users List: https://fedorahosted.org/mailman/listinfo/rhq-users Developers List: https://fedorahosted.org/mailman/listinfo/rhq-devel Please use the lists above in favor of the RHQ and Jopr lists and forums on rhq-project.org and jboss.org. The old lists will work, but we will plan on decomissioning those older lists and forums in the future. In additon, as mentioned earlier, Bugs can be submitted in Bugzilla at: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/browse.cgi?product=RHQ%20Project. All previous JIRAs have been moved over to Bugzilla. Contributing If you would like to contribute to the RHQ Project, please join Fedora at https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/user/new> Once you have done that you can start to submit patches on the dev mailing list. Thank you! View Online [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by Heiko W. Rupp
Blog post added by Heiko W. Rupp HRQ 4 beta 1 has been released. Go to the release notes page for changes and the download link. View Online