Learn how Sedai works to maintain the highest levels of uptime availability for your resources, regardless of seasonality.
Sedai intelligently identifies and proactively addresses potential threats to availability. The Activity pages in the platform serve as the hub for identifying potential availability issues for your cloud resources. Sedai provides insights and resolutions needed to maintain consistent performance despite seasonality or changes in traffic patterns; Sedai analyzes activity to determine availability or optimization actions that can be taken to ensure optimal resource reliability and performance.
Select one of the following to learn more about how Sedai equips you to maintain uptime availability:
From Tasks in the platform, you will see a list of resources with potential issues, which you can review to proactively address. Sedai continuously tracks your resources and identifies concerns such as container memory nearing its limits or the need to resize application instances.
Select a resource to review insights or recommendation details to decide whether to submit for remediation. For each task, detailed supporting evidence is provided, allowing you to understand the context and severity of the issue. Moreover, tasks are categorized by High, Medium, and Low priority so you know where best to begin.
Enable Autonomous Availability in Topology Settings to allow Sedai to autonomously remediate resources to prevent downtime.
The Timeline page provides a chronological record (beginning with the most recent) of all Sedai activity related to your cloud resources. You can track the status and progression of these actions, as well as review proposed actions for resources that are not set to autonomous or require additional review. Click on an activity card to view details and other activities related to the resource.
Each activity card has a status to indicate its current state:
- Proposed: Recommendations that require review, either because the resource is not set to autonomous or has conditions that require additional review before Sedai acts autonomously. You can choose to ignore or submit proposed actions.
- Executing: Actions currently in progress, where Sedai is actively adjusting resource configurations or mitigating potential availability issues
- Successful: Actions successfully executed by Sedai to optimize resource configurations or prevent availability problems
- Unsafe to Act: Resources that did not pass initial safety checks when initiating autonomous action
- Failed: Actions that passed safety checks but were aborted because of a failure to complete a step such as acquiring a lock or creating a ticket
- User Rejected: Recommendations a user has previously dropped
- Paused: Actions a user has paused from the Activity -> Active Remediations page
- Expired: Recommendations for which the relevant time window to act has passed
Optionally filter the Timeline by status, activity type (Optimization or Availability), Action, or Metric. You can also filter by resource type, account, or group.
Actions are automatically executed for resources set to autonomous. The Active Remediations page allows you to view or pause actions currently underway, as well as disable actions globally.
Pausing actions stops all actions at their current step and prevents new actions from initiating. Actions can be resumed or discarded after being paused.
Pausing actions will stop all actions at their current step, which may cause instability. Be sure to carefully review actions currently underway before pausing.
If actions are globally disabled, all those currently in progress will be completed, but no new ones will begin. Resources enabled for monitoring will continue to receive recommendations, which can be viewed from the Timeline page.