Detect Configuration Drift and Diffs Automatically

Orca makes drift detection easy and intuitive

Many organizations are stuck with the tools and techniques of yesterday – still sifting through multiple screens, logging into countless servers or relying on scripting to catalog current configurations and to compare configurations across environments or time periods.

Orca also provides automated, visual and intuitive configuration change and configuration drift detection across all your Linux and Windows based applications, middleware and databases.

Immediately detect configuration drift affecting application deployment, performance, availability and security.
Detect drift at-a-glance with color coded heat map
Apply your own optional configuration compliance rules
Inventory and manage OS, middleware, database and application configurations. 

“I like the bird’s eye view with the heat map. Immediately shows you what’s out of compliance without having to dig around.”

All from a single pane of glass.

See what’s in compliance and what’s not…at a glance. When your configurations have drifted out of compliance, Orca lets you know. Orca’s product, Drift Detector, can send email, show alerts in the console, and provide ecosystem compliance views.

Click the image below for a quick video tour of configuration drift detection and diff comparison.

Configuration compliance heat map

And with Orca you are just 1 click away from a detailed configuration report.
Simplify the complexity of your environment. See your configuration drift and compare diffs even across the most complex applications, middleware, databases and OS.

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With Orca, you detect configuration drift and diffs your way

  • Gold master
  • Reference point in time
  • Performance and availability policies
  • Security policies
  • Like servers in a pool or cluster
  • Add drift rules to avoid false positives!

And optionally apply your own custom compliance rules including

  • Ignore
  • =, ≠, <, >, or value range
  • “Same as”, “different than” or even “similar to (config data on another node)”.