Root Cause Analysis

Root Cause Analysis

RCA in OpManager is a single graph view of the events of all the plugins of OpManager. When this happens, the impact that is captured on one of the plugins takes the IT team to the root cause. This is, in other words, a single-graph correlation of the events that happen in your network.

How it works:

** If any one of the plugin(NFA/NCM/IPAM/APM) has events, we will show RCA live chart 

** We will show Last 30 minutes chart  - If OpManager has any plugin event in the past 30 minutes, we will show the live chart. Otherwise, the sample chart will be shown

** RCA Events will list all the plugin Events Alarm Detail page also have Plugin Events tab if plugin event raised in that device
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