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EADAN (Event Automation and Data Analysis)

EADAN (Event Automation and Data Analysis).

EADAN is meant to be a SaaS application.  It runs on a central Server (which can be cloud based) and collects events from distributed agents.  It is written in Java using the same basic interface as BOSS.  It also uses the same basic Dashboard as BOSS (just recently introduced).

EADAN is an agent based event collection application.  There are two agents for each event feed.  The Lower Level (or server based agent) is designed to directly communicate with the database server application and receive filtered events from the Top Level (or client based agent).  The two agents act in concert to correctly identify and process an event; as such the Server/Client agent pair is unique to a given EADAN implementation.  Each agent has its own defined ‘ruleset' and as a result, the user can define a coarse ruleset at the client agent and a finer ruleset at the server agent.  The user is allowed to specify the severity of an event (Critical, Major or Minor) as well as defining if the event should be Accumulated or De-Duplicated.  Also, as part of defining the agent, the user has the ability to assign a notification group which uses both severity and/or a regular expression to determine which events to send to the notification group (which can be a single user email or an email group).  Once EADAN receives an event that has passed both the Client and Server rulesets, it is assigned the associated Severity and placed into the database.  Once the event is in the database, the user can (through the standard EADAN interface) change the status of the event (from Opened to Assigned or Closed).  The user can also assign an individual to work on the event.  Finally, the user can change any aspect of the event or even create a ‘test' event within the EADAN system.

EADAN Dashboard is a new feature that allows a user to view metric data (such as %CPU used, %Memory used or %Disk space used).  The dashboard is linked directly to the basic EADAN interface and allows the user to quickly access the dashboard and also, from the dashboard, go back and look at the event details of any given event.

The EADAN system is design specifically for the small to medium business users who wishes to understand better what is happening in their network without having to spend months and hundreds of thousands of dollars.  EADAN can be used by a NOC operator and configured within one to three days depending on how many agents are required to correctly identify the necessary information.  Finally, since the events are stored in a relational database, third party database tools could be used to generate different types of reports. 

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