RCS Zetta 2.0.1
Zetta's new design has been simplified, streamlined and set up so that new users get more out of the system. New features include: Flexible layout enhancements -- granularity controls how much or how little of the application a user can see and customize based on user experience and trust level; stronger user rights -- dramatically increase the depth and methods of assigning rights, which end up giving more power to the administrator but also makes the system easier to use for new users; status feed API -- the Zetta Status API provides a view into the system's overall health from anywhere. The API is available for anyone to write Zetta system monitoring into another infrastructure. Monitor health and activity of the Zetta system from a Web browser, anytime, anywhere, live.
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