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Member invitations can now be canceled with the API etc.

Up until the middle of this week, our support window took some time off for the summer holidays (except for emergencies), but they’re back at it now. Sorry for any inconvenience and we appreciate your cooperation.

Anyways, here is this week’s update information.

Member invitations can now be canceled with the API

Using the invitation API, you can invite members to an organization by specifying an email address, but with this week’s update you can now cancel invitations with the API.

Up until now, it was only possible to cancel invitations from the Web UI, but now the same operation can be done from the API. You can also use it when you want to re-invite a member with different permissions. By all means, try it out.

For details regarding how to use the API, check out the help page below.

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Date and time of the latest update can now be obtained with the metadata API

Various information can be registered to the host using the metadata API, and now you can obtain the date and time of its latest update.

% curl --dump-header - https://mackerel.io/api/v0/hosts/<host_id>/metadata/<namespace> -H "X-Api-Key: <API_KEY>"
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
(OMTD)
Last-Modified: Sat, 01 Jul 2017 13:25:08 GMT

For more regarding the metadata API, check out the below help page.

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About the second stage of maintenance on Monday (8/21)

This is another announcement regarding the second stage of our platform transition maintenance which will be carried out early next week from 2: 30 - 3: 30 p.m. (JST) on Monday, August 21st, 2017.

This will be the last stage of scheduled maintenance related to this platform transition. Your cooperation is appreciated. Please see the entry below for details.

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A book on Mackerel coming soon!

A book on Mackerel will be released on the 26th of this month!

This book isn’t just about how to use Mackerel, it also talks about the basics of server monitoring and serves as an introduction to infrastructure management. By all means, take a look!

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Mackerel User Group Meeting Vol.3 coming soon!

We made an announcement about this in a previous blog post, but the event is almost here! The “Mackerel User Group”, a group put together by volunteer Mackerel users, is holding their next event, Mackerel User Group Meeting Vol. 3!

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Even though this is a User Group event, id:Soudai and id:Songmu, CRE and sub-producer of the Mackerel team are scheduled to take the stage!

On top of that, this event has a line up of presentations that are sure to be really interesting, so you’ll definitely want to join us!