Immediate Issue Discovery
Orca captures application stack configurations and automatically
finds issues including unexpected environment differences,
configuration drift over time, and compliance violations. Don’t
waste time digging through esoteric and hard-to-decode logs to
find the root cause of the problem.
Visualize Unexpected Differences
Captured configurations are displayed immediately in an
easy-to-understand map within Orca’s console. All issues are
flagged for easy viewing. This enables all stakeholders to quickly
understand the configuration health of all your Pre-Production and
Production ecosystems from a single dashboard.
Actionable Revision History
All captured configurations are stored in Orca for a specified
period of time (or forever!) so you can easily see the configurations
of your environments from a week ago, a month ago, or last year.
Identify critical points in time (e.g., pre and post release) and
tag them for easy retrieval.
Quickly Compare Environments
Orca’s intuitive interface makes comparing configurations fast and easy. Compare historical versions of a specific environment to identify localized changes or compare across environments to get a full picture of what changed between Pre-Production and Production.
Full Stack Coverage On All Of Your Platforms
Orca comes with built-in support for your entire application stack from your specific application configuration all the way down to the operating system. Hundreds of available interfaces ready to run make quickly visualizing your entire configuration state possible. And if it’s not there, Orca lets you drop in your own scripts and tools, no matter what language they’re written in.
Orca saves time troubleshooting. It detects changes right away and it tells us what that change is, and who made it. We have Orca set up to automatically smack down any unauthorized changes.
Ease of use was our key criteria. With Orca, you don’t have to think. You don’t have to ask how to execute commands.
In the realm of automation tools, this is a first. Orca is actually easy to use. The learning curve is very small.