Working with tags


Tags come either out-of-the-box in vScope or are defined by the user. User-defined tags gives you the power to include your IT organization’s tacit knowledge into vScope and let you build build customized analyzes around this information.

User-defined tags are either of the type Manual or Dynamic:

– Manual tags are like post-it notes that you stick to certain resources in your datacenter e.g. Notes or Tasks related to specific servers

– Dynamic tags are based on rules and gives you the opportunity to, based on a certain criteria, automatically tag your resources. E.g. site based on IP or Function based on server name.

After specifying the tagging rules – the Dynamic tags’ values can be defined in three different ways:

1. A fixed value
2. A value based on another tag
3. A value based on a tag from a related resource


Save Hours During Application Audits

July 9th, 2018|Comments Off on Save Hours During Application Audits

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