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CodeMettle NSO provides real-time dashboards, dynamic views and controls to make your end users, network engineers, and management more effective and successful. End users enjoy a super-easy to use self-service catalog. NetOps gains minimal-click management, control, and orchestration features, empowering them to make your entire infrastructure highly flexible, fault tolerant, and optimized. All screens are role & entitlement-driven, delivering unique business-value data and metrics that matter.

Description
Real-time, user-configurable web-based dashboards provide rich, single-pane-of-glass visibility, intelligence, and interaction. Achieve a Service Catalog for end users and highly personalized screens for NetOps engineers.
Benefit
Self-service and online ordering for end users provides a storefront for IT, ensuring the business understands services provided and can request or change services on-the-fly. For NetOps, the RGUI delivers real-time, relevant Tier-1 information, visibility, insight, and control saving precious time and effort.


Description
The Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) provides the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)-compliant backbone of the CodeMettle NSO solution, providing communication among all of the components and seamless integration with third party systems.
Benefit
Super-scalable, open, and standards-based architecture provides for easy integration and future-proof deployment.


Description
The Correlation and Automation Machine (CAM) includes the Business Rules Management System (RMS), Complex Event Processor (CEP), and any number of Integration Drivers (ID) which process massive event streams, control bi-directional communications with managed infrastructure, and provide accurate root cause detection and elimination of event floods. 
Benefit
Speeds service problem identification and resolution.


Description
The BIE provides for reporting, business intelligence and analytics for your enterprise and security data

Benefit
An open, easy-to-use BI platform speeds adoption and empowers meaningful measurement and management reporting.


Description
The SME includes the Autonomous Service Discovery (ASD), Service Management Packs (SMP), Service Topology Mapping (STM), Service Flow Mapping (SFM), Service-Aware Monitoring (SAM), Service Provisioning Plans (SPP), Enterprise Service Catalog (ESC), and Configuration Management Database (CMDB). Provides for discovery, monitoring and dynamic real-time views of service and data flows across the infrastructure, including, services, circuit, Syslog data, and NetFlow.
Benefit
Visualizes how applications and data flow through the network. Applies business data context and impact to understand immediately how severe an alarm is, not because of the alarm itself, but how it visually affects the services in your network.


Description
The BPM provides drag & drop workflow design and real-time process execution workflows. Typically used for creating user-created Service Provisioning Plans (SPP), event-driven orchestration workflows (EDW), and fulfillment workflows for requests/orders from the Service Catalog.
Benefit
Configure and deploy complex workflows  with an incredibly flexible and powerful drag & drop designer. Create automated human interactions such as approvals via email or mobile and machine interactions such as provisioning configurations, virtual machines, or deploying wholesale applications and services. Create automated incident response workflows and dynamic service orchestrations.


CodeMettle NSO has extensive features that enable you to protect revenue, minimize risk, and optimize precious staff time. The following features are features that live within the core features above.

Description
As a feature of the DGUI, Click-2-Control (C2C) enables your staff to interact and issue instructions or commands directly from the real-time dashboards
Benefit
 Saves precious valuable time and effort. Eliminates the need for multiple logins and launching disparate troubleshooting or remote access tools.

Description
As a feature of the Correlation & Automation Machine (CAM), Root Cause Pinpoint (RCP) shows the true root cause, actionable alarm/event in the RGUI
Benefit
 Saves precious valuable time and effort. Enables staff engineers to focus on truly critical events, enabling them to proactively protect and ensure availability, performance, and security.

Description
Service Management Packs (SMP) are part of the Business Rules Management System (RMS) and provide out-of-the-box monitoring of pre-defined KPIs for monitored elements, resources, or entire devices.
Benefit
No more wrestling with SNMP MIBs and manually configuring monitoring for common devices and infrastructure. Pre-defined KPIs with intelligent thresholds enable you to be up and running quickly. 

Description
Drag & Drop Views (DDV) are are feature of the RGUI. Users can add, remove, organize, and arrange relevant portlets to create highly personalized dashboard views. 
Benefit
Users can create their own personalized views, or you can leverage DDV to create team, role/entitlement-driven, or multi-tenant and secure views that are meaningful to each audience. 

Description
Autonomous Service Discovery (ASD) is the part of the Service Management Engine (SME) that allows you to enter an application/service starting point (such as a URL or IP address) and it auto-discovers the layer 2-5 assets, dependencies, and relationships to create a true service view. 
Benefit
Discovers assets, resources, connections, and dependencies that could take hours or days if done manually and achieves the task in seconds. 

Description
Service Topology Mapping is the component of the SME, that takes the discovered data from ASD and creates an appropriate, accurate, and configurable (drag & drop) live and actionable service topology dashboard.
Benefit
Provides visualization and insight that would be difficult if not impossible to create manually. Empowers better, faster troubleshooting, root cause and impact analysis as well as change and configuration management.  

Description
Service Flow Mapping is the component of the SME, that shows the data flow across a service topology. The view of the flow is imposed on either auto-created topology maps created from STM or imported Visio/CAD or manually drawn maps. 
Benefit
Provides visualization and insight of data flows to have a real-time understanding of service health, performance, and status through the network.  

Description
Service Provisioning Plans (SPP) are user-created pre-configured workflows. You design SPP with the BPM. SPPs are typically used to dynamically provision network equipment and services by sending instructions and running commands to configure the devices and resources.  
Benefit
Enables super-fast and provisioning of networks and services by minimally trained staff. Ensures proper configuration and prevents errors.

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