Rencore Governance Automation - Summary

This article summaries the Automation Section of Rencore Governance

When clicking on the Automations tab you will be presented with the Automations landing page. This page is broken down into 4 different sections.

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  1. Processed Automations
  2. Processed Automation Trendline
  3. Automation requiring attention
  4. Automations

Processed Automations

On the top left side of the Automations page, you will see the "Processed Automations" section.

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This section displays a breakdown of all automation that has been created for the current environment. Changing the Time range drop-down in the top right will change the statistical data displayed and the statistical data is broken down by:
  • Total Automation Triggered
  • Total Automations Completed
  • Check Violation AutomationsTriggered
  • Check Violations Automations that Completed
  • Scheduled Automation Triggered
  • Scheduled Automations that Completed
  • Manual Automation Triggered
  • Manual Automations that Completed

Processed Automations Trendline

On the top center of the Automations page, you will see the "Processed Automations Trendline" section. ReGov_Re-AutomationSummary_Trendline-553x113

This section shows a trendline of all automation processed in the selected time range.

Automations requiring attention

On the top right of the Automations page, you will see the "Automations requiring attention".ReGov_Re-AutomationSummary_Attention-508x155

This section displays automation that has errors, this will show:

  • Definition errors - Errors that are caused due to incorrect placeholders used.
  • Permission errors - Errors that are caused due to consent missing for specific automation (e.g. Update group property).
  • Run errors - Errors that have occurred while running automation for an entity.

Automation's

At the bottom of the Automations page, you will see the list of all automation that has been created in the environment. The list of Automations can be filtered as to whether they are active or not and also via the service. 

For each of the automation's, you will see:

Name

Description

Active Whether or not the automation is enabled.
Service What Service the automation is for (e.g. Azure AD).
Title The name of the automation.
Trigger The method of trigger for the automation (i.e. Manual, Scheduled, check violation). 
Steps The number of steps the automation has.
Action The number of actions the automation runs.
Triggered The number of times the automation has been triggered.
Completed The number of times the automation has been completed.
Category The category the automation has been set against.
Owner The person who created the automation.
Last Update The last time the automation was edited.

Adding and Editing an Automation

In order to add automation, click the button "Add Automation" in the top right of the automation screen. For more details on how to add an automation view the Knowledge Base article How to: Add an Automation from a Library Template.

To edit an automation you can either click on the title of an automation and then click the "Edit Automation" button in the top right or click click on the ellipsis on the right next to an automation then click "Edit Automation". It is also possible to delete an automation via the ellipsis.