Hyperic 4.3 now released

Written by Charles Lee
June 2nd, 2010 | 1 Comment | Posted in Community, Hyperic HQ

The Hyperic product team is pleased to announce the general availability of SpringSource Hyperic 4.3. This release contains a number of features and updates that our customers and users have requested.

Hyperic Open Source 4.3 features include:

  • SNMP version 3 — improved support for SNMP v3 authentication, plus SNMP v3 privacy services support.
  • Extended Windows Event Logging — supports richer event logging for Win32
  • resources, so you can define more precise alert conditions to reduce alert volume.

  • IBM WebSphere App Server – added WAS 7.0 support, removed WAS 5.0 support
  • Oracle WebLogic Server – uses two-way SSL to communicate with WLS Administration Server
  • IBM DB2 — now uses JDBC for management/monitoring, rather than DB2 API
  • Zimbra – added support for Zimbra 4.5 through 6.0
  • Hyperic API 3.1 with new functionality for managing control actions, logged events, alerts, SNMP, resources, groups, and Hyperic Server configurations.
  • Over 140 bug fixes specific to Open Source Edition

Hyperic Enterprise 4.3 features include everything in the Open Source edition, plus:

  • Improved Permissions Management, with simplified role definitions and new alert-related permissions.
  • Enhanced support for SNMP version 3 — support for SNMP v3 View Access Control Model (VACM) and multiple variable bindings in SNMP notification escalation steps.
  • Over 35 bug fixes specific to Enterprise Edition

Here is the Hyperic 4.3 download page. Enjoy!

Many thanks to all the users, customers, and engineers that contributed to this release.

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