Single Point of Compliance Visibility and Control
Cruz Compliance Controller (CruzCC) is designed for full automation of compliance checking, as well as auto-remediation. All activities are audited for deep insight into who made changes and when they were made. CruzCC provides powerful flexibility for creation and customization of policies to meet your unique business requirements.
CruzCC offers a single-pane-of-glass for automated compliance checking and auto-remediation that can be performed on the entire spectrum of IT infrastructure in your environment.
Cruz Compliance Controller, like all Cruz products, is seamlessly integrated with Cruz Operations Center (CruzOC) for a robust converged infrastructure management solution to quickly configure, monitor, and manage all your devices and compliance from a single system. The integration offers centralized management for datacenter and network operations for multiple vendors and technologies.
Easy-to-use Features Simplify Compliance Needs
- Pre- built compliance policies for industry standards – HIPPA, SOX, NSA, etc.
- Easily customizable cut-and-paste policies.
- Group policies to easily apply on one or more specific targets.
- Scan live configuration files, historical configurations stored in the database, labeled configurations, by date, by version.
- Scan the text output of a CLI command (an Action): router, switch, or firewall commands, ESXCLI, RACADM, Powershell, PowerCLI – any CLI response.
- Automated compliance failure alerts.
- Notifications via email, text, or forward to third party, like Service Now.
- Auto-remediation triggered by compliance failure events.
- Automated compliance scanning – scheduled or event-driven.
- Auto-generated violation reports
- Lower TCO by proactively monitoring and resolving the infrastructure for out-of-compliance conditions.
- Action framework allows customization of remediation activities.
- Proactively prevent noncompliant changes through standardized Actions.
- Provides comprehensive reporting of configuration changes: meaningful reports on what changed, who made the change, when the change was made, authorization status.