Frequently Asked Questions

RBAC is an integral part of our low-code network automation platform. It allows users to specify the modules and functionalities that each member can access, while providing the necessary read/modify control for managing devices and other digital assets.
Yes, there is an option to upload your certificates using a spreadsheet. However, we recommend running a certificate discovery to track down undocumented SSL certificates as well.
You have two choices – use our AES-256 encrypted database or use your HSM. Both ways ensure total security. We also integrate with leading password vaults for seamless device management.
If you need to elevate a user’s privilege on a device temporarily, specify the duration and initiate a request. When the time period you specified passes, the keys and any on-going sessions will be automatically terminated.
It primarily depends on which solution you are using. However, we support AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and OpenStack.
Yes. Not just web and app servers. Our certificate management solution allows users to easily manage and renew certificates across load balancer, firewall, container, and IoT and multi-cloud environments, thus helping maintain compliance and avoid downtime.
In closed-loop automation, the system automatically performs certain tasks until the necessary intent is achieved. Our platform helps you automate time-consuming, repetitive tasks and is capable of verifying that intent has been achieved with minimal human intervention.
Our entire platform is built on a low-code architecture. This enables you to quickly develop automation workflows and reports catering to your business needs with minimal effort. Additionally, any new feature requests will be supported faster owing to minimal coding requirements.
The AppViewX Platform is the industry’s first platform to manage, automate and orchestrate best-in-class and open-source application delivery services. It supports both traditional and non-traditional ADCs from leading vendors - A10 Networks, Akamai Technologies, Amazon Web Services (Elastic Load Balancers), Brocade, Cisco, Citrix, F5 Networks, HA Proxy, NGINX, Radware.