Devo video tutorials
This article gathers all the video tutorials in the Devo docs, categorized according to the areas they deal with.
Under each video, you will find the articles where they are originally published as well as other related pages.
Learn more about the Administration area of the Devo application: adding users and roles, managing security credentials...
Managing credentials in Devo
This video explains how to access Devo security credentials.
Sending data to Devo
These videos deal with Devo event sending process: how to configure relays and your machine to send events to the application, monitor them... and also how to manually upload them from different sources in case it is needed and analyze them using the platform capabilities.
Monitoring Windows machines
Monitor Windows systems' data using Devo Windows agent.
Uploading local file data
Find out how to send data to Devo from local files or Dropbox.
The videos in this section explain how Devo data search works and define some use cases where you will learn how to get specific data using the operations available in the search window.
Introduction to Devo queries
Leans the basics of the Devo data search engine in this video.
Analyzing website visits
Check how to get information from a website using Devo.
Analyzing website visitors
Get customer data using Devo data table features.
Enhancing streaming data
See where users access from using Devo capabilities.
Analyzing website status codes
Use Devo operations to analyze the status codes of a server.
Analyzing web sessions
Compare the duration of accesses to a website using Devo.
DNS traffic analytics
Analyze DNS traffic using a Cross-Search Sankey diagram.
JSON pretty-print view
Use the pretty-print view to easily work with json objects.
Time range lookups
Enrich your data tables using temporal aspects from time range lookups.
Parse custom tables with unknown structures using the Autoparser tool.
Use drill downs to access different content from a data table with just a click.
These videos show how to work with some of the charts you can create in Devo through different examples.
Using the Voronoi
Learn how to use the Voronoi chart watching this use case.
Monitoring access to websites
Use the Graph chart to check accesses to dangerous sites.
Watch the following videos to learn more about Activeboards, an update of Devo dashboards that simplify the process of creating visual content from your data.
Introducing Devo Activeboards
In this video, you will learn the basics of Activeboards, what they are and they are used for.
Creating our first Activeboard
Learn how to create Activeboards to start working with them.
Activeboard variable data
Feed Activeboards with different sets of data to automatically show content.
Creating a line chart widget
Create line chart widgets to visualize content.
Line chart widget
Learn all about line chart widgets to get the most out of them.
Share activeboards with others so they can see their content and collaborate with you.
Work with the different sets of data that feed your Activeboards.
Specify different time settings to work with data across time.
Setting time ranges manually
Set time ranges manually in your Activeboards instead of using preset dates.
Adapt the content that widgets show to enhance visualization.
Default and favorite Activeboards
Set your Activeboards as default or mark them as favorites to help you find them and filter them.
Refresh the data in your Activeboards by renewing the connection of the queries in your widgets.
Panels are a useful feature to graphically represent different processes and activities. Learn more about them in this section.
Using Devo panels
Learn how to create a panel and extract information from it.
We have a variety of applications integrated with Devo that cover additional needs in a more specific way. Find information about them in this section.