March Community Bulletin

Dear Checkmk Community,

We’re a week away from the next Checkmk release, thanks to all of you who helped the development team with your feedback in the past year! Here are some community updates for this month.

:newspaper: Updates

Checkmk 2.0 is coming next week!

ICYMI, Checkmk 2.0 is coming on the 9th of March. The overall information will be available in the Latest Version page, and we will be releasing a series of posts on the Checkmk blog to give you some deep dive into some of its major features. The documentation will also be updated with more in-depth information. (Currently the 2.0 docs so far are here)

Moreover, when the corona situation improve here in Munich, we can resume producing videos and video tutorials to better inform you about 2.0. So please stay tuned here in the forum! :wink:

Online Checkmk Training Courses

Planning for your team’s Checkmk training sessions? Our training courses page is updated with our schedule for this year. We offer training courses in English and in German, with a new offering of live training sessions suitable for North American timezones (US Eastern).

New Video Tutorial: Working with Network Topology on Checkmk

A new video has been added as part of the Checkmk tutorial series. This will be the last episode of this ‘season’ and our next videos will feature Checkmk 2.0! We will also be working on the English version of the tutorials.

Watch the episode (In German with English subtitles)

:mega: Shout-outs

:trophy: New Community Helper

Community member whose reply got marked as a solution for the first time. Welcome aboard!

:trophy: New Community Problem Solvers

*Community members who have contributed a total of 5 solutions

:computer: GitHub Contributors

Contributors whose PR got merged/included in the commit on the Checkmk GitHub repo last month. Also included are PRs that were not directly merged, but an action was taken by someone from tribe29 to apply the PR (e.g. creating internal tickets)

Note: I’m not sure of everyone’s username here in the forum, so please comment if your GitHub username is here so I can adapt it to your forum username :slight_smile:

@micha #330

tobiWu #329

@r.sander #326

@rawiriblundell #324

OguzhanCicek #317, #318, #319, #320, #321, #308, #307, #306, #302, #300, #299, #298, #296

pascalwengerter #315

danielsteinmann #310, #314, #311, #309

gradecke #313

@kleinski #304

Thanks everyone for sharing your skills with the community!