Intigua 3.9.4 offers a policy engine and console for tracking and acting on the health and configuration of management tools and services.
This engine can detect and remediate a wide range of operational compliance issues, such as:
- Missing required management tools & services
- Forbidden management tools being deployed
- Mis-configured tools (e.g. wrong agent configuration, mis-configured on the back-end, or reporting to the wrong back-end)
- Agent down or experiencing health and stability issues
Policies can detect issues, not just with Intigua-managed tools, but also with any other server management tools discovered by querying the back-end. Therefore, even before deploying Intigua management services in a new environment, users can get valuable insight on the state of their pre-existing set of management tools.
From a user's point of view, any compliance issue detected by the policy engine is recorded as an exception, and the entire list of current and past exceptions is accessible and search-able through the Operational Compliance Console.
In the Operational Compliance Console you have three different pages in which you can view Operational Compliance. Each page is convenient for different purposes.
- The dashboard page gives visual summary of your operational compliance status: Trend over time, (more examples)…. Click on any chart to drill down and view the exceptions list.
- The exceptions page give a list view of all exceptions. Use the filters bar to narrow results and troubleshoot your environment.
- In the tools overview page you’ll get an overview of the management service tool of your interest. Easily capture this tool status on all your servers, and spot problematic areas in your environment.
- In order to switch over to the Compliance Overview click the “Compliance Dashboard” button in the top right corner.
- To switch back to the other console click on the button in the bottom left corner.