Centreon 21.04 Released
April 22, 2021
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Centreon released Centreon 21.04.

Centreon makes it more efficient than ever to manage dynamic IT infrastructure, covering cloud technologies, traditional equipment, edge computing, and the networks that interconnect them all. The 21.04 release further augments ITOps teams efficiency with connectors that include more automation with the optimized Auto-Discovery engine, artificial intelligence and major improvements in alert management.

The Auto-Discovery engine is a key asset to ensure that 100% of the IT landscape is being constantly monitored and provide IT teams with tight control. The Auto-Discovery engine of Centreon 21.04 has been further improved to facilitate the work of operations teams when it comes to managing the system’s complexity: automatic assignment of host groups, categories, and severity.

This Auto-Discovery engine is based on a ready-to-use connector library (over 500-and counting), which contains both ready-to-use configuration templates and 287 discovery rules applicable to all types of equipment.

Centreon Auto-Discovery engine will automatically scan, detect, configure, categorize, and monitor-infrastructure domains like Amazon AWS services such as EBS, EC2, EFS, RDS; Microsoft Azure services such as Azure Automation, Elastic Pool, Event Grid, Firewall, Key Vault, Load Balancer, Public IP, ServiceBus, SignalR; Google Cloud Compute services such as CloudSQL, Engine, Storage; Kubernetes clusters, VmWare clusters, Nutanix servers; SD-WAN such as Versa Director, Cisco Meraki, VmWare VeloCloud; WiFi Networks such as Aruba.

Anomaly Detection relies on artificial intelligence and machine learning to alert on unusual, dysfunctional behavior, bypassing the habitual thresholds. Based on the Centreon Cloud to implement the resource-intensive machine learning algorithms and thus preserve the supervision servers, this new architecture combines Centreon’s unrivalled monitoring capacity with the cloud’s limitless computing power. Centreon monitoring servers naturally integrate with the Centreon Cloud Platform to add power when needed if needed.

When it comes to knowing which metric Anomaly Detection should be applied to, Centreon also provides the answer. Centreon 21.04 comes with an Auto-Suggestion feature which role is to automatically suggest a list of relevant metrics on which to apply Anomaly Detection. All Centreon Business Edition customers can now access this feature.

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