Saved Maps is a new Reveal feature which allows users to create, save and revisit Reveal maps of their choice. This may include maps of specific applications, entire data centers, a specific asset, or any other combination of filters (ports, IPs and more). By using Saved Maps, users can accelerate everyday activities:
- Micro-segmentation policy creation can be facilitated by saving a specific application’s map across a long time period and reusing it during the process.
- For incident response and forensic analysis, users can create maps of the affected assets and share them with various teams in the organization.
- To address compliance and audit requirements, users can generate and share maps of sensitive environments to whitelist their incoming and outgoing flows.
To create your first map, visit the ‘Explore’ page and click ‘Create New Map’ on the top left Maps dropdown. Build your desired map by selecting the time range, filters (you can choose ‘Unfiltered’ to see all assets), and whether you want to include process and timestamp information in your map. Then, click the ‘Create’ button – the progress status will appear, and once the map is created it will show up on screen. You can always return to this map by selecting it from the Maps dropdown on the top left part of the Explore view.
In addition, all your saved maps appear in the “Saved Maps” view. You can search, share and delete maps from this screen.