The development team at Nagios has been hard at work and has today released Nagios XI 2014r1.4. The latest release of the award winning solution comes with many feature enhancements, bug fixes, and increased security.
With the most recent stable release of Nagios Core (4.0.8) under the hood, Nagios XI 2014r1.4 receives massive performance increases resulting in significantly lower and smoother CPU usage, especially in large environments. (see image below) These improvements make Nagios XI ideal for monitoring any size infrastructure. This release also includes a complete overhaul of the Core Config Manager (CCM) – allowing automatic logins for admins, if desired. Additional CCM upgrades include aesthetic enhancements, updated logging functionality, and improved sorting capabilities.
Notable updates in this release include:
- Upgrade to Nagios Core 4.0.8 monitoring engine
- Upgrade to Nagios Core Config Manager 2.2.0
- Added backup creation timeout specifications
- Resolved security vulnerabilities
- Multiple bug fixes and upgrades
Visit the XI downloads page to gain access to Nagios XI 2014r1.4.
To view a full list of changes included in this release, view the changelog.
You may check for updates within the admin section of Nagios XI 2014 or manually upgrade your existing Nagios XI installation to the latest release by following the instructions listed here.
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We greatly appreciate the feedback that the Nagios community continues to provide. If there is a feature you would like to see in a future release of Nagios XI, be sure to share your ideas with our tech team in our Nagios Ideas Forum!