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Auditing services
Published On Jun 12, 2024 - 2:43 PM

Auditing services

In the Audit page, users can review all actions executed in Kyndryl Bridge.
Within a Kyndryl Bridge account, actions are recorded by way of an audit service. The action records are then accessible within the account on the Audit page and exist as chronological security records. They provide documentary evidence of the sequence of activities that have affected an operation or a procedure. All actions are recorded for all supported services. To understand which roles and permissions are required, see Roles and permissions.
The purpose of these records is to view the history of actions such as managing users, accounts, and activities within the supported services, and for viewing failure histories. Examples of failures include those associated with API authentication and authorization failures.
Viewing audit events informs you of critical data such as:
  • Who performed the action
  • When it was performed
  • Corresponding business objects
  • Data details

Navigating to the Audit page

Use the following procedure to access the Audit page:
  1. From the Kyndryl Bridge Console Home page access the secondary menu.
  2. From the App Manager dropdown, select
    Audit
    under
    Service Settings
    . The Audit page opens.

Audit page composition

The Audit page displays the following components:
  • Application filter: Filter the actions to see only selected applications. The default filter is All applications.
  • Status filter: Filter the actions to see only selected status conditions. The default filter is All status conditions.
  • Action filter: Filter the actions to see only selected actions. The default filter is all actions.
  • Log table: A table of events with select details for each event.

Actions Table

The Action Table displays all actions in accordance with your filter selections. Each row contains details for a single event. The following columns each display a single type of information:
  • EVENT TIME: The time at which the event occurred.
  • USER ID: The user associated with the event.
  • EMAIL: User e-mail address.
  • STATUS: Event status, Success/Fail.
  • ACTION: The event action, such as Login, Update, and Delete.
  • RESOURCE TYPE: The type of resource that committed the action such as Organization, Technical Service, and Event.
  • RESOURCE IDENTITY: The unique ID for the resource that committed the action.
  • INITATOR HOST IP: The IP address of the resource that committed the action.
Each action row in the table contains an ellipsis on the right end of the row. Click the ellipsis to view further details of the event.
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