Telegraf 1.24.0 release includes new AWS CloudWatch Metric Streams, Linux CPU, and PostgreSQL plugins
Samantha Wang /
Sep 15, 2022
A new feature-bearing release for Telegraf is now available:
- Telegraf 1.24.0 — release notes
The binaries for the latest Telegraf release can be found on our Downloads page.
Many thanks to the 40+ open source community members who contributed to this effort!
Breaking Change: Set default minimum TLS version to v1.2 for security reasons on both server and client connections.
This is a change from the previous defaults (TLS v1.0) on the server configuration and might break clients relying on older TLS versions.
Older versions can be manually reverted on a per-plugin basis using the
tls_min_versionoption in the plugins required.
json_transformation option to the JSON serializer to transform outputted JSON
This new option can be used to transform the JSON output using the JSONata language to accommodate for requirements on the receiver side.
Setting can also filter and process JSON data points.
- AWS CloudWatch Metric Streams Input Plugin (
- This plugin is a service input plugin that listens for metrics sent via HTTP and performs the required processing for metric streams from AWS. Contributed by Cillian McCabe.
- Linux CPU Input Plugin (
- This plugin gathers CPU metrics exposed on Linux-based systems. Contributed by Fabian Mastenbroek.
- Supervisor Input Plugin (
- This plugin gathers information about processes that are running under supervisor using XML-RPC API. Contributed by @niasar
- UPSD Input Plugin (
- This plugin reads data of one or more Uninterruptible Power Supplies from an upsd daemon using its NUT network protocol. Contributed by Anton Malinskiy.
- CSV Serializer
- The csv output data format converts metrics into CSV lines. Contributed by @influxdata.
- PostgreSQL Output Plugin (
- This plugin writes metrics to PostgreSQL (or compatible database. Contributed by Patrick Hemmer.
- RedisTimeSeries Plugin (
- This plugin writes metrics to the RedisTimeSeries server. Contributed by Guy Korland.
- Stomp (ActiveMQ) Plugin (
New external plugins
- NSDP Input
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