Below you will have access to the tutorial on how to make your first access to One Platform and the types of monitoring that you can perform through the platform. Follow all the steps and then we will show you how to configure a cloud.

Creating an account and accessing the platform

There are two ways to login to the platform. The first one, via SSO, through Google, Microsoft or Github, where you can select one of the three options and log in. Or the second one, creating an account on the platform, filling in the highlighted fields (email, name, password and password confirmation) to login via email registered on One Platform. When you finish the registration, fill in the email and password fields and access it.

Imagem das telas de criar uma conta, à esquerda, e fazendo o login na plataforma à direta.

Adding organization name

Now let's start monitoring, but first you need to add your organization name and accept the terms and conditions. Once you have completed these two steps, click on “Start Now”.

Monitoring types

On the ElvenWorks platform there are five ways to monitor what you want. Check them out:

  • External monitoring: Uses the external machine pool, which simulates the user accessing the page.

  • External monitoring with addon (internal): Uses external machine pool for application and internal pool for addon. Simulates the user accessing a page in the application and uses the internal pool in the addon (Ex: A database)

  • Internal monitoring: Uses the internal machine pool, “hits from the inside to the inside of the infrastructure”. The requests will be from inside the infrastructure for your applications.

  • Webhook monitoring: Uses hits and failures curls to send information on the platform. You can monitor anything that is able to send curls.

  • Request flow monitoring: Uses the internal machine pool to do a pre-request and post-request. It is used to perform monitoring on login.

Once you select which one you want, follow the step by step of each monitoring.

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