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6.3
By Opsview Team, Administrator
Headlining this release: automation-accelerated Azure and VMWare monitoring, plus new Kubernetes and Active Directory Opspacks.
Opsview Monitor 6.2
By Opsview Team, Administrator
Hands-off automated config/discovery for Windows hosts highlights this new release. 
Results Exporter lets you filter outbound messages
By Owen Jenkins, Technical Intern
Opsview Results Exporter outputs messages to log servers and analytics platforms. Learn how you can filter those results for lower data volume.
Opsview's Ansible modules let you monitor what you deploy, quickly and easily.
By John Jainschigg, Technical Content Marketing Manager
Opsview provides a complete suite of Ansible modules and an underlying Python package that make short work of automating routine monitoring tasks at...
Results Exporter lets Opsview 6.1 users integrate with Splunk and other analytics platforms
By Owen Jenkins, Technical Intern
The Results Exporter component makes it easy to export your results out of Opsview for ingestion into analytics applications like Splunk. 
A new architecture lets Opsview Monitor 6.0 scale to millions of service checks
By John Jainschigg, Technical Content Marketing Manager
Opsview 6's new architecture dramatically enhances performance, scalability and resilience while preserving 100% Nagios® plugin compatibility.
Automation
By John Jainschigg, Technical Content Marketing Manager
DevOps is about accelerating delivery of new products and services at scale, reliably and affordably. Doing this requires IT operations automation. 
Enabling the proxy to afford Opsview with access to the Kubernetes API.
By John Jainschigg, Technical Content Marketing Manager
Learn how to create a Kubernetes cluster with Ansible, then monitor Kubernetes with the new Opsview Kubernetes Opspack (BETA).