OmniGaze assists in the rationalization of an organization’s technology landscape. With the huge amount of technology that many organizations use, it can be challenging to keep track of all the various tools, systems, and processes that are in place, leading to redundancy, inefficiencies, and a lack of coordination. By utilizing OmniGaze to conduct an enterprise architecture analysis, organizations can gain a better understanding of their current technology landscape and identify areas where rationalization can take place. OmniGaze can help an organization identify and consolidate duplicate tools, streamline processes, or retire outdated technologies. By taking a more strategic approach to technology management, organizations can reduce costs and improve efficiency.

Application Portfolio Management

Effective management of an organization’s application portfolio is crucial for the alignment of business and IT strategies within an enterprise architecture. The burden of manual management and lack of visibility can impede the success of such alignment. OmniGaze enables effortless tracking and management of all applications, from acquisition to retirement, providing complete visibility into usage, users, and costs. Identification and elimination of unnecessary or underutilized applications, and optimization of the portfolio for cost savings is made possible with the use of OmniGaze. Measure the performance of your application portfolio and make data-driven decisions. This allows you to ensure that your enterprise architecture is aligned with your business objectives and support the goals of your organization.


OmniGaze can enable improvement of security within an organization. In light of the growing sophistication of cyber threats, maintaining an overview of all security measures in place and ensuring their efficiency can be a challenging task for organizations. Through the execution of an enterprise architecture analysis utilizing OmniGaze, organizations can acquire a more comprehensive understanding of their current security posture and identify areas requiring improvement. For instance, by utilizing OmniGaze, an organization can determine and prioritize vulnerabilities, detect and prevent security breaches, and ensure compliance with relevant regulations and standards. By utilizing OmniGaze to strengthen their security posture, organizations can minimize the risk of cyber attacks and protect their critical assets.


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Explore the features

  • Application mapping
    Automize application discovery to application portfolio
  • Score
    Score each application fit
  • Lifecycle awareness
    Automatically map known lifecycles to applications
  • LeanIX Integration (Currently in private preview)

  • Asset inventory
    Inventory of hardware configuration, resource usage, installed software etc.
  • Identify running processes
    Insight into which processes (programs and services) that are used.
  • 3D Visualization
    Smart architecture. Visualize your entire IT Infrastructure with deep dive into every asset and their connectivity to resources.
  • Analyze Windows Event logs
    Consolidation of raw data from Windows Eventlogs over a given period of time on selected servers. Aggregation of event logs across servers, visualizing trends of eventlogs.
  • Detect log files
    Save time identifying and analyzing application log files on servers for the running processes.
  • Identify serviceaccounts
    Overview of unused service accounts not associated with a service on scanned servers.
  • Identify RDP Sessions
    Identify RDP sessions from users and their current session time.
  • Identify dead computerobjects in Active Directory
    Identify potential dead assets which have not been responding and having last logon at least x days back
  • Asset optimization
    Optimize and right size servers with the actual needed resources using percentile graphs on each assets.

Change tracking

  • Computer objects created
    Track computer objects created in Active Directory.
  • Connections detected
    Track new connections between assets and processes.
  • Processes started
    Track user and system processes.
  • SQL Server Wait statistics
    Wait statistics for the individual SQL Server and with the option to aggregate across all SQL Servers and gain insight into what optimization options there are for the entire infrastructure.
  • Backup overview
    Overview of SQL Server backup configurations (recovery model) and latest backup time.
  • CIS Benchmark
    Continuously perform CIS SQL Benchmark scanning of SQL Servers and identify options for hardening security.
  • Security
    Gain insight into which users have access to databases through an access hierarchy from SQL users to Active Directory users and security groups.
  • Connectionsstrings
    Get an overview of applications’ use of connectionstrings against SQL Servers.
  • Lifecycle
    Provides an overview of SQL Server installed updates and updates available.

Change tracking

  • Size tracking
    Track table sizes and file sizes of the databases continuously.
  • SQL Server configuration tracking
    Compare SQL Server current configuration vs. ‘default’ installation. Continuous monitoring of configuration changes.
  • Security tracking
    Track SQL permission changes
  • OS Lifecycle overview
  • SQL Server Lifecycle overview
  • Geolocation mapping of unknown IP addresses
    Identification of processes connecting to external IP addresses and their location.
  • Password policy
    Which users do not change passwords.
  • Insecure connectionstrings
    Identification of insecure  connectionstrings that do not have an encrypted password.
  • Windows Firewall policy
    Overview of ports are actively used between servers. Automatically generate firewall rules based on ports. 
  • Shares on servers
    Exposure of shares with business data, which users have access to shares.
  • Insecure optional features
    Overview of installed insecure optional features e.g. SMB 1.0
  • CVE vulnerability management
    Detect vulnerabilities in installed applications

The team behind OmniGaze has been working with IT for several years in various companies and positions. No matter which company you are working at, no matter which position, the questions remains; How is my IT estate doing? Are there any risks? Does our patch management process work accordingly? Can we do anything to optimize our infrastructure?

Which applications integrates with other applications or 3rd party software in the cloud? How should we document our IT infrastructure, knowing that tomorrow the picture may be different.

The team behind OmniGaze has asked themselves these questions countless times, without being able to answer them quickly. Therefore, the development of OmniGaze began, which is constantly adding new functionality, as we believe that we can continue to make optimizations and new features.


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