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OneOps Policy Management

Policy Management provides in-line technical debt to identify Cloud anti-patterns that are at risk to cause a service disruption.

Policies are defined per organization. OneOps admin users have privileges to add, edit, and delete a policy. A policy definition includes:

  • Name: Unique name of the Policy
  • Description: Brief description about the Policy
  • Query: Elastic Search query to identify candidate objects that violate the policy
  • Execution Mode:
    • Active: Prohibits users from saving objects under violation. For example: A policy can be defined to allow only a few compute images like centos-6.6, redhat 6.5. Any attempt to save a compute component with an image value other than these two, fails.
    • Passive: All components and instances that violate such policies are marked with a failed policy status with the reason for the specific policy failures.

All components and instances that violate one or more policies are marked with a failed policy status along with the reason of the specific policy failures.