ROD Duties

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ROD DUTIES

A ROD team's duties can be split into three main areas: handling alarms and tickets, handling downtimes, and communicating urgent issues to the EGI Operations and CSIRT teams.

Handling alarms and tickets

The main responsibility of ROD is to deal with alarms and tickets issued for sites in the region. This includes making sure that the tickets are created and handled properly.

The ROD on duty is required to:

Putting a site in downtime for urgent matters

ROD can place a site or a service endpoint (there can be multiple services running on a single host) in downtime in the GOCDB if it is either requested by the site, or if ROD sees an urgent need to do it. Note: This is actually optional; an NGI may decide on a different policy if the site admins are not happy with ROD setting downtimes for them. However, it should be considered mandatory in case of urgent security incidents.

ROD may also suspend a site, under exceptional circumstances, without going through all the steps of the escalation procedure. For example, if a security hazard occurs, ROD must suspend a site on the spot in the case of such an emergency. It is important to know that EGI Operations can also suspend a site in the case of an emergency, for example as a result of a security incident or lack of response.

In both scenarios, it is important that ROD communicates their actions to all involved parties.

Notifying EGI Operations and EGI CSIRT about urgent matters

ROD should create tickets to EGI Operations in the case of urgent matters. For security related issues, ROD should also notify the CSIRT duty contact.

ROD is also responsible for propagating actions from EGI Operations / Operations Support down to sites (this occurs rather infrequently, though).

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