Restorepoint automates network configuration backup and recovery, change detection and compliance auditing, and change automation to help Network and Security Operations teams reduce network admin costs, speed recovery from failures or errors, and reduce governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) exposure.
When service outages occur, any number of issues could be the culprit, including simple, but hard-to-find network configuration issues. Restorepoint provides customers with better network configuration backup and change management.
ScienceLogic SL1 constantly monitors your environment for important events while also collecting configuration change and backup data from Restorepoint.
Work Smarter with Integrated Network Configuration and Change Management
ScienceLogic and Restorepoint are better together, enabling faster MTTR by introducing network configuration change data into SL1 to help avoid service impacting outages. Use cases include:
Onboard Network Devices with Standardized Configurations
Improve governance, risk and compliance; reduce time to monitor and back-up network devices
Auto-aligning new monitored network devices to standard configurations speeds GRC enforcement and reduces time to monitor and back-up network devices.
Assess Service Impact From Change
Reduce noise, understand and prioritize work based on service impact, accelerate RCA
By correlating network configuration changes, or changes that fail a compliance policy, along with anomalies and performance events within a service context, SL1 enables you to assess service impact resulting from those changes.
Automate Ticketing & Routing
Speed creation, enrichment and routing of incidents to the service desk for faster resolution
Creating, populating, routing and closing tickets is a manual process that is error-prone and time consuming. Feeding Restorepoint events into SL1 streamlines the incident management process by providing the service desk with important information they need to solve issues faster.
Accelerate Troubleshooting and Remediation
Enrich events/tickets with recent configuration changes and differential backups
Understanding what changed in the network enables quick restoration of service via backups, including the latest in SDN technologies. This is especially valuable for telcos and service providers with large practices built on resilient network services.