This guide describes Managing admins, account settings, API tokens, and integrations. It also describes how to view activity logs.

Managing Admins

This section provides an overview of the Admin home screen and its features. From the Admin screen, you can access tabs to manage your account settings, Environment Operation Center users, environment alerts and integrations, and monitor cluster health.

All Env Ops Center users can access the Admin screen, but view and edit permissions differ depending on a user's assigned role. For details on role-based permissions, see the role-based permissions guide.

To navigate to the Admin screen, select Admin ( image description ) located at the bottom of the left navigation.

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Top navigation

A navigation bar is located at the top of the Admin home screen and is visible from all tabs in the Admin view. The top navigation allows you to access several account and user management tools through the following tabs:

  • Users
  • Alerts
  • Integration
  • Activity Log
  • Settings

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The Users tab allows you to manage all users within your Environment Operation Center instance. From here you can view a user's name, email address, and status.

For details on managing Environment Operation Center users, including their roles and permissions, see the user management guide.

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From the Alerts tab you can monitor and create alerts for your environments. The main Alerts screen displays all of your current alerts including their associated environment, notification channel, a time and date stamp of the last update to the alert, and the severity status.

For more information on alert management, see the alert management guide.

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From the Integrations tab you can manage your connections to external applications to send alerts from Environment Operations Center. The Integrations tab displays the integration "Label", indicating the integrations purpose, and the "Integration", indicating the external application the integration is connected to.

For details on managing integrations, see the managing integrations guide.

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Activity Log

The Activity Log provides an overview of all create, update, and delete activities performed for all environments, including the action, environment, date and time stamp of the activity, and the user who performed the activity.

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The settings provides options to setup release channels and also automatic/manual update checks for the channel

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Managing Account Settings

This guide provides an overview of how to update your account settings and manage your API tokens. Users can generate API tokens for applications that are required to connect to Environment Operations Center without logging in.

Getting started

From any section or tab in Environment Operations Center, your account avatar will be visible in the upper right corner of the screen. To access your account settings, select the avatar icon to expand the account dropdown menu. From the dropdown menu, select Account Settings to open the Account Settings screen.

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Account settings

From the Account Settings screen you can update your user details including your first name, last name, email address associated with the account, and your profile image.

Update user details

To update your first or last name, enter your information in the spaces provided and select Save to update.

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Update profile image

To update your profile image, select "Edit Avatar" and select an image from you local file system to upload.

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Manage API tokens

Create an API token

To create a new API token, set the API expiration by selecting one of the Expires In radio buttons. Then select Generate to generate a new API token. A unique API token will populate in the API token input field.

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A unique API token will populate in the API token input field and the creation and expiration dates will display below the token. Copy the token immediately and store in a save place.

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You will receive a warning when your API token is close to expiring. A warning is displayed in your Account Settings next to the Expiration Date dropdown.

Delete an API token

Only one API token can be created at a time. If you need to create a new API token but one already exists, you must first delete the current token.

You can delete the API token by selecting the trash bin icon ( image description ) located next to the API Token input field.

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A confirmation message will appear to verify that you would like to delete the API token and reminding you that a new API token will need to be generated for future calls. Select Confirm to delete the token.

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If the token is successfully deleted you will receive a confirmation message and the API token field will be empty. You can proceed to generate a new token or exit out of Account Settings without generating a new token by selecting Save.

Managing Integrations for Alerts

Viewing Activity Logs