NOC 0.8 Released

After 13 months of development NOC 0.8 is finally here.

Major release highlights are:

See RELEASE NOTES for details. 

 Follow Downloads section. Refer to documentation.

NOC 0.8 also comes as NOC Virtual Appliance, ready for drop-in deployment.

NOC 0.7(4) Released

After 2 months of development NOC 0.7(4) is finally out

Major release highlights are:

  1. Custom fields
  2. UI Fixes
  3. SA Monitoring tools and subsystem optimizations
  4. IPAM improvements
  5. Network Interface Inventory's UI
  6. Network topology in database
  7. MRT JSON interface can use IP addresses as selector
  8. VC states
  9. Script bugfixes

See RELEASE NOTES for details. Follow Downloads section. Refer to documentation.

NOC 0.7(4) also intoduces an official NOC Virtual Appliance, ready for drop-in deployment.

NOC 0.7(3) Released

After 4 month of development and 130 closed issues NOC 0.7(3) is finally out

Major release highlights are:

  1. IPAM auto-discovery
  2. Extended IPv6 support for various scripts
  3. VC Management have been completely rewritten to ExtJS UI
  4. States for VRFs/Prefixes/Addresses
  5. Extended support for Cisco IOS XR and Extreme equipment
  6. New interfaces and scripts: IGetDOMStatus, IGetMPLSVPN
  7. REST and JS interface to Map/Reduce tasks
  8. Python code instertion in command snippets
  9. Experimental GIS subsystem

See RELEASE NOTES for details. Follow Downloads section. Refer to documentation.

NOC 0.7(3) also intoduces an official NOC Virtual Appliance, ready for drop-in deployment.

NOC 0.7(2) Released

After a month of development NOC 0.7(2) is finally out.

Major changes are:

  • noc-discovery daemon
  • Device interface specifications now collected by noc-discovery and stored in the database
  • MIBs are buldled in precompiled form, reducing MIB upload time (See Precompiled MIBs)
  • New profiles: APC.AOS, DLink.DVG
  • Proper handling for OIDs defined in several MIBs
  • Ping probes are evenly distributed across the time

See RELEASE NOTES for details. Follow Downloads section to download. Refer to documentation.

NOC 0.7(1) Released

After 10 months of intensive development NOC 0.7(1) is finally out. Project got massive infrastructure changes including:

  • New members of DevTeam
  • New community services
  • New ExtJS UI
  • REST/JSON interface
  • New fault-management system with event correlation and root cause analysis
  • Support for Foundry, Ericsson/Redback, Eltex, Cisco (IOS XR-based) equipment
  • Fine-grained script result caching
  • Better Map/Reduce task scheduling
  • and lots of more ....

See RELEASE NOTES for details. Follow Downloads section to download. Refer to documentation.

See you at

New Project's Logo

We're proudly announce new logo. New logo contains stylized letter N with rounded zigzag, ending by arrows on both ends, all filled by deep azure color. New logo plays around the first letter of NOC and common communication signs - a couple of crossed lightnings, ending with arrows. New logo is already commited along with NOC-80 issue

Logo is available in different colors and free for use with any mention of The best way to help the project is to insert logo whenever possible and link the image to

SVG image is also available: SVG Logo Image (Deep Azure)

We are pleased to announce the successful completion of a global redesign of services.

We have prepared the new server and installed amazing pack of Atlassian software, comprising:

We also have been installed Jenkins CI as our primary continuous integration system

New pack of services includes:
Together with an introduction of new services we also announce new development cycle. We're planning to prepare an stable releases
every few month, interleaved by relatively stable interim releases every few weeks, allowing to choose between stability and new features.
Learn more about new release versions in our new documentation area. First interim release, named 0.7(1) will be ready in a time.
As usually, feel free to join and contribute the project, and do not forget to join at
Our special thanks to:
  • Maxim Shaposhnikov - for contributing blazingly fast ESXi virtual machine and system software installation
  • Alexey Shirokikh - for application software setup and maintainance
  • Atlassian - for great pack of software development and collaboration tools for kindly granted licences.
Coming soon

We're pleased to announce the new site and services is almost done and we proceeded to license approval.

Our new site services suite consists of:

Special thanks to Maxim Shaposhnikov for sharing one of his blazingly-fast ESXi virtual machines for new site services and to Alexey Shirokikh, for the great work of bringing all pieces together and for maintaining new site

Please be patient and follow the news updates ...