Telegraf 1.25.2 Release Includes Secret Stores, libvirt, NetFlow, and OPC UA Event Subscriptions

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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 all the open source community members who contributed to this effort!

Key new features

  • Secret Store - Users can now use secret stores to fill in credentials or other secrets in their config. A user needs to configure one or more secret store plugins and then reference those secrets in their plugin configuration. See the Secret Store configuration docs for more information.

New inputs

  • Azure Monitor (azure_monitor)
    • Gather metrics from Azure Monitor API.
    • Contributed by ShiranAvidov.
  • Google Cloud Storage (gcs)
    • Collects metrics by iterating files located on a cloud storage bucket.
    • Contributed by gkatzioura.
  • Intel DLB (intel_dlb)
    • Reads metrics from DPDK using the telemetry v2 interface.
    • Contributed by bkotlowski.
  • Libvirt (libvirt)
    • Collects statistics from virtualized guests using the virtualization libvirt API.
    • Contributed by p-zak.
  • NetFlow (netflow)
    • Collects metrics from NetFlow v5, NetFlow v9, and IPFIX collectors.
    • Contributed by srebhan.
  • OPC UA Event Subscriptions (opcua_listener)
    • Gather metrics from subscriptions to OPC UA devices.
    • Contributed by LarsStegman.


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