Now we have applied our directive, we can trigger its application by connecting to our node using ssh:
vagrant ssh node
And running the agent with:
rudder agent run -u
You should now be able to access your site:
$ curl http://localhost:8080 <html><h1>Welcome to Rudder demo!</h1></html>
In the first part we saw that Rudder provides a compliance view by node, which allows identifying individual problems, but this compliance view is not suited to get a general view of some policies compliance.
Rules, in addition to linking node and policies, provide a compliance entry point.
Go to your "Demo website" page (for example with the quick search field) and click on the rule.
It will display a compliance page with two parts:
A global compliance view for the rule
A by-node compliance view for the rule
They allow exploring compliance differently, based on what you are looking for.
At the bottom, you will see the "Recent changes" graph, which lists the changes done by Rudder for this rule. Click on a time slot and the details will be displayed in the table below.