ICAD (Infrastructure Computer Aided Design) is a programmable platform with integrated development environment that follows the same broad concepts of DevOPs and extends it to all departments and fields. It integrates, monitor and operate any tool or system in your environment regardless the vendor including in-house systems.
ICAD aims to integrate with all the systems in the environment to create one centralized fabric of connected nodes for sharing information and taking educated decisions based on the collected data from the prospective of every system.
Decisions can vary from simple tasks like sending mails or recording logs to doing complex deployments, application publishing and handling security incidents.
ICAD is not just for Infrastructure operations but can also work on automating banking operations, cleansing data, government services and others.
◉ ICAD is composed of a collection of developed modules, each module represents a single action or trigger.
◉ An action takes information as input, performs a task, and provides information as output.
◉ A trigger, it takes a condition that controls the flow of the pipeline.
◉ A pipeline is a collection of actions and triggers to control the path of the automated script based on the information fed to the pipeline through the life span of the event. An event can be a log message from a device, email, API call, new customer in a queue, new deposit or even a phone call that the system can receive via SIP trunk.