Some of the monitoring on the platform requires the configuration of a Cloud, such as: An external application with an Elvenworks agent, An internal application monitored by our agent and an Internal application with authentication request flow. See below how to do this configuration.
First select whether you would like a New Cloud or an Existing Cloud. If you select an existing cloud, choose one of the options you configured and click on “Go to Environment”, however, if you want to configure a new cloud, you need to assign a name to this cloud and select which will be your provider.
To select the provider, you need to add a policy. Check out how to add this policy to your provider:
AWS (automatic integration)
Azure (automatic integration)
Custom (Linux OS)
K8s: Kubernetes (auto-update and manual-update)
Once you have selected your provider and filled in the access fields, in the case of AWS and Azure, click on the “Validate Cloud and configure Environment” button.
Configuring an Environment “Agent”
To configure an environment, you need to select a New Environment to start the agent installation, or an Existing Environment to continue the configuration. In a new environment, you will need to assign a name in the destined field, select the region and the VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) that the agent will be provisioned for (the same as the infrastructure) and choose the Subnet that you want to link to the agent, which has Internet access.
You also need to select one of the three types of machines listed in the options, with their quantity varying according to the registered applications, and assign a TAG according to your preference. At the end, validate the environment and install the agent by clicking on the “Validate environment and install agent” button.
Configuring an Environment Custom “Agent”
To configure an environment custom, you will need to assign a name in the designated field, assign a TAG according to your preference. At the end, validate the environment and install the agent by clicking on the “Validate environment and install agent” button.
To continue the cloud configuration from your operating system or through Kubernetes, check out the tutorial at the links:
Custom (Linux OS)
K8s: Kubernetes (auto-update e manual-update)
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