Automated Infrastructure Context
With SevOne, operations teams can now automatically understand physical and logical network topological relationships. Using a variety of discovery techniques, SevOne can now display L2/L3 network connectivity with real-time status overlays. These L2/L3 relationships are stored as metadata and can be accessed via a topographical display as shown here, or directly via the SevOne northbound API.
User Action Logging
Operations teams now have a standard audit log format for 25+ different user interaction with SevOne appliances, including: Failed Login Attempts User Logouts, Flow Settings Changes, IP SLA Changes, Cluster Manger Settings Changes and more.
Using a new feature called Selective Discovery, operations teams can now determine precisely what they want to automatically monitor by implementing a series of include/exclude rules for discovered objects.