[ANNOUNCE] Sensu Repositories adding HTTPS, IPv6 and HTTP/2 support

On Wednesday, May 17th 2017, the Sensu Core repositories will be redirected to a new CDN distribution enabling SSL, IPv6 and HTTP/2 access methods, courtesy of our friends at Fastly. We expect this upgrade to be transparent, requiring no changes for existing users.

I’ve written a post with some additional detail, available here on the official Sensu blog: https://blog.sensuapp.org/announcement-sensu-core-repositories-adding-https-ipv6-and-http-2-support-8480005b5ea

We hope this upgrade will help to accelerate and future-proof access to Sensu package artifacts, and enable those with IPv6-only networks as well.

Regards,

Cameron

My apologies, the correct URL for that blog post is as follows: https://blog.sensuapp.org/announcement-sensu-core-repositories-adding-https-ipv6-and-http-2-support-8480005b5ea4

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On Monday, May 8, 2017 at 2:17:48 PM UTC-6, Cameron Johnston wrote:

On Wednesday, May 17th 2017, the Sensu Core repositories will be redirected to a new CDN distribution enabling SSL, IPv6 and HTTP/2 access methods, courtesy of our friends at Fastly. We expect this upgrade to be transparent, requiring no changes for existing users.

I’ve written a post with some additional detail, available here on the official Sensu blog: https://blog.sensuapp.org/announcement-sensu-core-repositories-adding-https-ipv6-and-http-2-support-8480005b5ea

We hope this upgrade will help to accelerate and future-proof access to Sensu package artifacts, and enable those with IPv6-only networks as well.

Regards,

Cameron