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When configuring the email server settings, it would be very helpful to have a "Test connection" type button to ensure the mail configuration works. In the event of an error, exposing the error through the UI (and not requiring directions to the p...
Support non-authenticated, non-TLS mail server (port 25)
To support simple POC setups, we should support "non-secured" (no Auth, no TLS) mail servers. These simpler mail server configurations are used in environments for tool-based / automated notifications.
Provide "summary view" of WebSphere Automation registered servers, total servers, number of cores, etc
Since WebSphere servers are registered with WebSphere Automation, and WebSphere Automation is licensed on the total number of cores available to the registered WebSphere servers, we should provide a "summary page" that shows the total number of re...
There is no filter to choose under what criteria to send notification to whom. e.g. Different teams are responsible for different cells, so notification can be sent based on cell names and the target team. Or some managers prefer to get notificati...
On the WSA dashboard, 'Servers' tab, the filter is by cell name, CVE, and WAS version only, my customer prefers to have filtered by server name as well.On the 'Notification configuration', there is no filter to choose under what criteria to send n...
Ability to export events of WebSphere Automation to ELK
Customer requests audit trail at the server level and the events to be sent to ELK; events such as: 1. When a CVE is added to the database 2. When a particular server is scanned and first flagged with the CVE (e.g. due to a newly announced CVE or ...
There are multiple security vulnerabilities affecting WebSphere Application Servers. It is almost every month we are applying interim fix or a fixpack. We are using Installation Manager to apply the fix. Please develop the Installation Manager or ...
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