The Sectona platform provides features for monitoring the use of system resources & system services via the application interface. It includes a list of system services and resources for your environment's active setup. This section guides you in managing system services and monitoring system health status:
Managing App Services
Login to Sectona and select Platform Configuration from the product navigator. Navigate to System section → System Status → App Services to view system services status. These application services have functionalities in common, which are as follows:
Status: This has three indicators: Red- The service is stopped. Green - The service is started. Yellow - The service is triggered for its operation. Using 'Start/Stop' button service can be started or stopped.
Started On: This specifies the date and time for the service to be started. - This represents timestamp when the service started its operation.
Last Process Completed On: This specifies the date and time when the service was processed last. - This represents the timestamp of last operation completed by service.
- Click on the Action button to view the respective App Service Log.
- Click on the Setting icon to get the consolidated view of Default, Config, and the trigger interval time of the service, along with the latest changes information.
- Click on the Run Now button to run the App Service immediately.
Note: The user can run App Services on Primary P1 and other application nodes using the Trigger/Run option. The Trigger/Run option will be available for other non-primary P1 nodes, such as primary P2, application proxy, fallback application, and remote site application notes (except the DR Application node).
Following is the description of system services and default start status.
This service is used for performing Account discovery operations
This service is used to manage dynamic mapping of accounts
This service is used for performing operations related Account lifecycle
|This service is used for checking the connectivity, session count and login count of Application Proxy
This service is used for Active directory group synchronization
This service is used for performing Asset discovery operations
This service is used for monitoring asset connectivity from Sectona system
This service is used for Managing end point grouping, password rotation and discovery
This service is used for generating and delivering notifications to users
This service is used for Privileged Account Analytics operations
This service is used for Privileged Account Governance operations
This service is used for performing password change operations
This service is used for monitoring password checkouts status
This service is used to manage satellite vault synchronization
This service is used to manage session details and its status
This service is used for monitoring session proxy server connectivity from Sectona system
This service is used for monitoring workflow notification and status
This service is used for taking the Backup of system data
This service is used for system cleanup and purging of data
This service is used to notify and forward system events
This service is used to manage high availability and failover
This service is used to manage system video logs, metadata logs along with archiving process
This service is used to monitor system information and performance
This service is used to generate scheduled reports and statistical data on a scheduled basis
This service is used to generate system statistical data on scheduled basis
This service is used to manage dynamic mapping of users
This service is used to monitor user details with Directory Store
This service is used to manage application load balancing and failover
Monitoring System Status
You can also monitor the performance of your Application as well as Vault.
Login to Sectona and select Platform Configuration from the product navigator. Navigate to → System section → System Status → Performance.
Here you can keep track of the performance based on the following parameters:
Information: Sectona provides information about applications and vaults, such as property and the current value of the Computer System, Processor, Environment Variable, Memory, Network, Operating System, Services, and storage.
Utilization: It is the percentage of time a component is occupied compared to the total time the component is available for use. For instance, if the CPU processes transactions for a total of 40 seconds during a single minute, its utilization during that interval is 67 percent.
Sectona regularly measures and records the utilization of the following system resources:
Processes: Sectona lists multiple processes and threads on the application and vault. This helps maintain System Health as we know the number of processes and threads concurrently executing.
An informative screen will appear in front of you about the System Status. Login to Sectona and select Platform Configuration from the product navigator. Navigate to System section→ System Status → Information. This section displays information about the application and vault node of the Sectona installation. The following information is displayed related to the Sectona Application:
Specifies the hostname of the Sectona IP
Virtual Directory Name
The internal name for the directory path
Virtual Directory Path
Specifies the path where Sectona is installed
The account under the ownership of which the application runs
The following information is displayed related to the Sectona Vault:
Connection Type (DB)
Specifies the type of the database
Specifies the selected encryption type
Specifies the IP address of the server
Specifies the port number assigned to Sectona
Specifies the first created user
Specifies the name of the database
Using tools in the System
Login to the system and select Platform Configuration from the product navigator. The following commands can be executed on Sectona under the System section → System Status → Tools. This provision is granted to avoid taking the RDP session of the server machine for simple connection testing.
Ping: Provide the IP address of the machine to check whether the machine is accessible.
Telnet: Provide the machine's IP address and port number to check whether you have a connection to the server.
Resolve Host Name: Provide the server's IP address to find its hostname.
Resolve IP Address: Provide the hostname or domain to find out the IP address of the server.