When testing login/logout functionality in applications, there should be a low level verification that the login was as expected such as checking SAML messages, id tokens etc
Thanks for the suggestion, Ravneel. I've added this to the backlog.
A Generic Service/Framework to retrieve Support Activities (Managed Service Activities) and show the Reports and Graphs
A Generic Framework/Service to be developed (if not exists) to retrieve all Support Tickets and other Managed Service Activities that are performed via Ivanti (using it's API) and send to Analytics and there should be a generic/templated (where the values and Customer Logos changes dynamically. Not sure if it is possible in PowerBI) Dashboard and Report.
Component has been developed to retrieve data from Ivanti. Can be customised to suit customer requirements, and appropriate data surfaced on dashboards.
As we're capturing information on the health of systems it seems like a good value add would be to allow those services to be "failed over" using that information.
Consider Azure Traffic Manager, it has some crossover with what we're doing. Could its External Endpoints monitoring do the job? I.e. we host an endpoint that Azure Traffic Manager calls into to check the health of the underlying service? Or do we develop out some additional functionality that responds to DNS requests and do the failover ourselves?
UNIFYMonitor has roadmapped functionality to call webhooks on alert triggers. These webhooks could be used with correctly configured alerts, to trigger a background process for failover - leaving it up to customer or service delivery to ensure this meets requirements.
Currently no business requirements to offer the failover solution as a direct service sell under UNIFYMonitor.
From experience, other than application failure, one of the things that most often goes wrong is expired certificates (TLS and SAML signing certificates) and OAUTH/OIDC secrets.
It would be good if the AMS reported on the health of the expiry of these certificates and shared secrets - with alerts if a configurable amount of time until the expiry is met.
Thanks for the suggestion, Shane. I've added this to the backlog.
Customer support service by UserEcho