Telegraf 1.23.4 released with improvements in Kubernetes and AWS CloudWatch plugins

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This new maintenance release for Telegraf is available now.

Input plugin updates

  • AWS CloudWatch Input
    • We added the ability to customize batch size when querying.
  • Kube Inventory Input
    • The plugin will now pass a token file location instead of having Telegraf read it directly to enable token auto-refresh.
  • Kubernetes Input
    • The Kubernetes plugin will now refresh the token from a file to be re-read at every interval. This enables the Telegraf to get the new token if it’s updated or refreshed.
  • MongoDB Input
    • We updated a version check in the plugin to check that the MongoDB version is 5.0+.
  • OPC-UA Input
    • The plugin now returns an error for mismatched types.
  • SQL Server Input
    • We set a lower deadlock priority on the remaining SQL server queries.
  • Stackdriver Input
    • We updated the plugin handling when no buckets are available.

Output plugin updates

  • OpenTelemetry Output
    • We added a Coralogix dialect to OpenTelemetry output plugin for the ability to send metrics to Coralogix.
  • AWS Timestream Output
    • The plugin now works with endpoint_url provided by the customer.

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