OptOSS AI 7.3.0 - Release

November 1, 2023

We are excited to announce OptOSS AI’s latest release. This release focuses on user experience enhancements as well as adding many new features. This update covers areas such as user roles and rights management, user activity audit trail, new options for clustering insights filtering, scaling up network visualisation capabilities, and many more.

🚀 What's New

1. ​Clustering results filtering by City

In the cluster view, the clusters can be filtered by location also, and you can select multiple cities at the same time

2. User action audit journal

All user actions from login to logout, and any changes of significance to the data objects in OptOSS AI are now tracked and listed in the user action journal log for further analysis and auditing purposes. The viewing and auditing functionality is reserved for users who have “sysadmin” privileges.

3. System notifications pop-up window enhancements

A notification system has been upgraded to inform users about system issues or any important changes that require their immediate attention or action. The primary purpose is to inform an administrator about system inconsistencies, for example to alert an operator about newly detected unknown devices, etc.

4. Network map - OSI L1 connectivity map

The Network Map view has been upgraded with Layer 1 connectivity map in accordance with the OSI model! Network devices and their connections can be grouped or aggregated based on City and Site/Pop locations. This helps users to get a bird’s-eye view of the entire network:

5. High Availability and Critical Incident Recovery Design

The High Availability Design provides resiliency and enables live recovery of the OptOSS AI system instances for critical environments. With the High Availability Design, two OptOSS AI instances work in tandem in hot-standby mode. While the primary instance stays operational for operators, the secondary one is working on a par level and automatically detects anomalies and changes, however the user classifications, actions, etc., performed on the primary system are synchronised automatically between the primary and secondary OptOSS AI instances in the background. When necessary, it is possible to switch or recover the system to the stable version running in the unaffected by disaster site.

6. Trends auto-calibration on the basis of historical data

The Trend Widgets now have a new auto-calibration feature. It allows you to adjust the green- “normal”, yellow- “warning” & red zones “alarm” and sets the “maximum” on the basis of historical data with just one click. Note: you can still manually configure the gage zones if you would like to use an arbitrary set of values as stipulated by your organisation’s policies:

7. ‘SITE/POP ID’ field added system-wide

The ‘SITE/POP ID’ (point of presence) field has been added to device data and can be used for filtering in widgets/views such as the CT-Scan and the Anomaly Clusters views.

Note: SITE/POP ID primarily refers to a location, facility or access point that connects to and helps other devices establish connections to the internet.

8. GEO Widget - visualisation improvement

Improved visualisation approach and added Bar size and Label visibility options in the GEO visualisation widget.

⭐ Enhancements

​List of other improvements:

  • Classifiers can now use Custom Cluster names
  • Improved anomaly detection for sensor data
  • AI toolset is separated and collected into the AI Analytics menu which requires analyst rights:
  • IPv4 Map (OSI L3) - new grouping options (City, Site/POP ID): 

  • The “Manage Notifications” table has been upgraded with header filters: