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We're back with a freshly baked #SysDB  0.8.0 release available for you to enjoy. A lot has changed under the hood allowing for a generic and much more powerful store interface. Store implementations are now fully modular and provided via plugins. The in-memory store has been moved to the new store::memory plugin. When querying SysDB, iterators can now be used more flexibly. See the release notes for all details.

Coming up will be a persistent store implementation, most probably based on #PostgreSQL . Any feedback or ideas on that topic would be highly appreciated.

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SysDB — 0.6.0 Release

A new #SysDB  development snapshot focusing on a clearer query language and a much more powerful query architecture. Get it while it's still fresh :-)

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Osquery exposes an operating system as a high-performance relational database

Interesting idea. I didn't look into details yet but it sounds like a nice approach for large-scale #system-management. Also, it might be a nice tool for integration into +collectd and for extending +SysDB — System Database.

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Get the new release while it's still fresh.
SysDB 0.5.0 includes a lot of improvements mostly under the hood. I've started work on a web-interface which relies on these improvements. Stay tuned :-)

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Want to learn more about how #metrics and #time-series support works which was introduced in #SysDB 0.4.0? So far, only metrics provided by +collectd are supported but more will be coming up soon. You won't have to worry about where data comes from and where/how it's stored. SysDB will handle the details and provides a uniform interface to access all data.

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#SysDB 0.3.0 features various changes making the store and query language much more powerful.
Another month and another development snapshot of #SysDB \o/

The 0.3.0 release includes major enhancements and new features in the SysDB store which is the core of the database. Most notably, complex expressions are now supported when looking up information and filters may be used to preselect the information to be returned. Some backward-incompatible changes had to be introduced in the query language to avoid potentially confusing semantics.

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This version supports aggregating host, service, and attribute values from #collectd, #Check_MK #Livestatus (supported by #Nagios, #Naemon, #Icinga, #Shinken), and #Puppet.
The initial version of SysDB has been released today, featuring an (in-memory for now) database of aggregated system management and inventory information. Download it while it's still fresh. Any kind of feedback is highly appreciated (remember, the project is still young and there's still time to shape it :-)).

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“System Datebase” (SysDB) is a Open Source daemon which aggregates system management and inventory information and stores them in a central database. All information is retrieved from other hardware or software systems and may be queried through a generic interface.
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