Rocana Ops 2.0 Announced
December 13, 2016
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Rocana announced Rocana Ops 2.0 enabling intelligent event alerting and orchestration, a unique visual experience for first responders, and wider cloud platform visibility to achieve today's high expectations for IT agility.

Rocana Ops version 1 delivered operational visibility - the foundation of effective modern IT monitoring - by providing the means of collecting every event from every source in one scalable and immediately searchable system. Now with Rocana Ops 2.0, IT teams can take real-time intelligent action on all of their event data. Rocana Reflex is a new event alerting and orchestration system that enables operations teams to provide smart, instant, and automated reactions based on what is happening in their environment. Building on Rocana Ops' anomaly detection capabilities, predefined actions can be automatically executed whenever expected or unexpected conditions of your choosing occur. A full audit trail of automated actions is kept for future reference and auditing. The result is enterprise grade system uptime and greater efficiency in the most demanding IT environments.

Rocana Reflex gives operations teams the ability to preconfigure an appropriate automated action for nearly any scenario and alert operators to the likely root cause, ensuring that critical issues can be immediately rectified.

Rocana Ops 2.0 conquers alert fatigue by providing a completely new first responder experience. Operations teams can see and manage thousands of priority-coded alerts and anomalies from across the environment in one consolidated, correlated view. Urgent problems can easily be identified and triaged in real time with unmatched efficiency. Integrated with Rocana Reflex, operations teams can automate instant action such as routing a support ticket or provisioning additional capacity such as on Amazon Web Services using a REST API. The new first responder experience can also be used to monitor progress across the alert lifecycle and to consolidate third-party alert management solutions, making Rocana Ops the go-to destination to see and monitor.

Rocana Ops helps IT teams monitor old and new platforms from a single system. Now with the addition of integration with Pivotal Cloud Foundry, users can capture and correlate logs, metrics, and other event data from sources such as OpenStack, Docker, and AWS with data from all legacy sources - over time, and in real time.

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