Release Announcement: Telegraf 1.13.0

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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 50+ open source community members who contributed to this effort!

Key feature highlights from the release include:

  • Official packages built with Go 1.13.3.
  • The prometheus input and prometheus_client output have a new mapping to and from Telegraf metrics, which can be enabled by setting metric_version = 2. The original mapping is deprecated. When both plugins have the same setting, passthrough metrics will be unchanged. Refer to the prometheus input for details about the mapping.

New inputs

  1. Microsoft Azure Storage Queue Input Plugin (azure_storage_queue)
    • This plugin gathers sizes of Microsoft Azure Storage Queues.
  2. Ethtool Input Plugin (ethtool)
    • This plugin pulls ethernet device stats on Linux.
  3. SNMP Trap Input Plugin (snmp_trap)
    • This plugin is a service input plugin that receives SNMP notifications (traps and inform requests).
  4. Suricata Input Plugin (suricata)
    • This plugin reports internal performance counters of the Suricata IDS/IPS engine, such as captured traffic volume, memory usage, uptime, flow counters, and much more.
  5. Synproxy Input Plugin (synproxy)
    • This plugin gathers synproxy (Linux netfilter module used for SYN attack mitigation) counters.
  6. Systemd Units Input Plugin (systemd_units)
    • This plugin gathers systemd unit status on Linux.

New processors

  • Clone Processor Plugin (clone)
    • This processor creates a copy of each metric passing through it, preserving untouched the original metric and allowing modifications in the copied one.

New aggregators

  • Merge Aggregator Plugin (merge)
    • This aggregator merges metrics with the same measurement, tag set and timestamp together into a single metric with multiple fields.

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

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