Ubersmith is growing. We wanted to share that Kurt Daniel is joining the Ubersmith team as General Manager. In this role, Kurt will lead our engineering, sales, marketing, business development, support and operations and be based out of our New York City office.
The Ubersmith development team has determined that the file originally provided will not function properly for versions of Ubersmith older than 2.3.x.
If you have a 2.2 or older installation you need to patch, use this file:
The SHA256 hash for this file is:
Today, Ubersmith's development team discovered that the mechanism we use to enforce valid licensing tokens will cease to function on June 1st, 2014; this coming Sunday. Without the update described below, this issue will render your installation of Ubersmith inaccessible. This update is required for all Ubersmith versions.
We're happy to announce the release of Ubersmith 2.3, which includes many awesome new features, as well as a host of fixes and improvements.
A quick highlight reel of some of the greatest and most requested features:
Team Ubersmith is happy to announce the release of Ubersmith 22.214.171.124, a maintenance release for our 2.2.0 version. This release includes enhancements and corrections since the 2.2.0 release, and is suggested for all Ubersmith users.
Automation is at the core of what drives us at Ubersmith, which especially holds true in our latest release: Ubersmith DE 2.2.
We’ve added some long requested and particularly awesome features in this release, and we’re proud to continue to lead the industry with the world’s best datacenter management and billing software.
Some of our favorite (and most requested) features in this release include:
It's been a busy autumn so far, and the Ubersmith team has been hard at work on our latest release of Ubersmith DE. While this version has a strong emphasis on bug fixes, we're also introducing new features such as reporting for empty VLANs, PayDollar & AliPay integration, and custom ticket inline edit control.
Here's a list of additions you'll find in Ubersmith DE 2.1.1:
Redis is a document oriented database software, self-described as an "advanced key-value store", and its popularity continues to grow as developers and service providers realize their services require high availability and scalability. It's quickly becoming the "go to" in-memory storage solution due to its ease of use, stability, and speed.
Every few months, we like to dig back into the big treasure chest of Ubersmith features and remind everyone what we can do. One thing that a lot of people take for granted is the extensive monitoring functionality baked right into every Ubersmith instance.
For old and new clients alike, we recently created an Introduction to Monitoring screencast, embedded below. This will take you through adding a new monitor to a device, selecting and configuring the type, and testing the newly added monitor.
Spending 5 days there makes me want to go on record: Everything they say is true, San Diego is beautiful.