A new feature-bearing release for Telegraf is now available:

The binaries for the latest open source release can be found on our downloads page.

Many thanks to the 45+ open source community members who contributed to this effort!

Key feature highlights from the release include:

New inputs

  1. BIND 9 Nameserver Statistics (bind)
  2. Cisco GNMI Telemetry (cisco_telemetry_gnmi)
    • This plugin consumes telemetry data similar to the GNMI specification. This GRPC-based protocol can utilize TLS for authentication and encryption.
  3. Cisco Model-Driven Telemetry (MDT) (cisco_telemetry_mdt)
    • This plugin consumes telemetry data from Cisco IOS XR, IOS XE and NX-OS platforms.
  4. ECS (Fargate Compatible) (ecs)
  5. Github (github)
    • This plugin gathers repository information from the GitHub API for hosted repositories.
  6. OpenWeatherMap (openweathermap)
    • This plugin collects current weather and forecast data from OpenWeatherMap.
  7. PowerDNS Recursor (powerdns)

New outputs

  1. Health (health)
    • This plugin provides an HTTP health check resource that can be configured to return a failure status code based on the value of a metric.
  2. Syslog (syslog)
    • This plugin sends Syslog messages transmitted over UDP or TCP or TLS, with or without the octet counting framing. Syslog messages are formatted according to RFC 5424.

New aggregators

  1. Final (final)
    • This aggregator emits the last metric of a contiguous series. A contiguous series is defined as a series which receives updates within the time period in series_timeout. The contiguous series may be longer than the time interval defined by period.

New serializers

  1. Wavefront (wavefront)

The binaries for the latest open source release can be found on our downloads page.

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