Telegraf 1.24.0 release includes new AWS CloudWatch Metric Streams, Linux CPU, and PostgreSQL plugins

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

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!

Key features

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_version option in the plugins required.

Added new 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.

  • JSONata examples and transformations

New inputs

New serializer

New outputs

New external plugins


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