The install console allows system administrators to manage the Assembla installation on their server(s). This application is separate from the Assembla web application itself and requires a separate login and authentication to access.
The dashboard shows an overview of the installation. The button on the left panel will open a new tab to the Assembla web application login screen. The middle panel shows the current version of Assembla Private Cloud that is installed as well as whether the installation is up to date or not. Clicking View release history will open a new page detailing the release history of Assembla Private Cloud and allow the system to check again for a new version by clicking Check Now. Finally, the right panel shows the configuration status of Snapshots on the installation.
Application settings can be edited from this page, including General Settings, Network, Email Server Settings, Advanced, LDAP Server Settings, and SAML Settings.
Email Server Settings
LDAP Server Settings
The audit log will show all actions taken in the Assembla management console.
Clicking on the < > symbol will bring up the Audit Event Info dialog with more information about the action taken.
Clicking on the page symbol to the right of the search box will bring up the Export Events dialog to allow you to export search queries to CSV.
Clicking on the API symbol to the right of the export symbol will bring up the API Tokens dialog and allow you to create new API tokens as well as view the active API tokens already created.
The Support page allows users to Download Support Bundle for use in troubleshooting issues with Assembla’s Customer Success team.
This tab shows all of the installation details including Nodes, Deployments, Services, Persistent Volume Claims, and Pods.
The dropdown menu from the cogwheel symbol includes several additional pages including View License, Console Settings, Snapshots, and Logout.
This page will show some data about your Assembla license including its Expiration Date, Release Channel, License Owner, and some Metadata.
Console settings can be edited from this page, including Security, TLS Key & Cert, Snapshot & Restore, Update Checks, License Sync, General Settings, and Open Source.
This section allows the console password to be changed and allows for authentication methods to be changed. The authentication can be changed to Anonymous, Password, or LDAP and can be configured by clicking Change console security settings.
TLS Key & Cert
Your SSL Private Key and SSL Certificate can be changed or uploaded from this section. Alternately, you can use a Self-signed (generated) cert by selecting that option as well.
Snapshot & Restore
Snapshot methods and file destinations can be configured here. Snapshots can either be saved locally, to S3, or to an external server via SFTP. The maximum number of snapshots retained can be configured, as well as the timeout of the snapshot process. Finally, snapshots can be configured to complete automatically by checking the Enable Automatic Scheduled Snapshots box.
This setting can be used to alter the interval at which the installation checks for new versions to download and install. This function can be disabled or the frequency can be set.
This setting can be used to alter the interval at which the installation license is synced. This function can be disabled or the frequency can be set.
This section provides a list of open source software and licenses used by Replicated.
This page will show all of the snapshots taken of your system as well as some other data including the App Version that the snapshot was taken of, when the snapshot was Started, when it was Finished, and what the Result of the snapshot process was.
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