The navigation pane is on the left side of the screen and is minimized by default. The panel expands when you move your mouse over it. If you want to lock it in the expanded position, click the lock icon in the upper-right corner of the panel.
Here's a brief description of the Devo Platform work areas:
An at-a-glance view of real-time event activity, alerts, and statistics. Learn more
Activeboards are an evolution of dashboards, more intuitive and easier to use. Learn more
Access data tables and view, search, modify, analyze, and enrich the collected data. Learn more
Create system or process schematics and link the elements to live information in this area. Learn more
Upload data from local files or Dropbox to Devo in this area. Learn more
This work area has several sub-areas where you can manage your account's users, relays, applications, alerts; access security certificates; and configure aggregation tasks, injections, permalinks, and API/OData. Learn more
This area displays the tools activated in your domain, which are primarily used to carry out data searches. This differs from Applications, which are custom built specifically for clients. Learn more
This area gives you access to view and/or manage applications that have been associated with your user account. Learn more
This area lets you review the history of triggered alerts and create post-filters that carry out actions based on selected alerts. Learn more
View a list of notifications sent to your user account in this area. Learn more
Configure your user preferences in this area, or set general domain preferences if you are an Admin user. Learn more about user preferences here, and read this article for more information on domain preferences.
This area lists and provides access to shared queries. Learn more
The Flow editor allows users to build complex data management flows through an intuitive visual interface and boost some of the Devo capabilities. Learn more
Below the work areas, the navigation pane contains links to get Help or to Log out.
The Activeboards, Panels, Data upload, Administration, Tools and Flow editor work areas are only visible to users with the required permissions. Learn more about role permissions here.
You can perform the following actions using the buttons at the top of the navigation pane:
Switch between domains
The green icon to the left of your user name allows you to switch between domains, in case you have access to more than one.
Select the star next to a domain name to make it the default one each time you log in to your account. If you have access to multiple domains but have not selected a default one, you will be prompted to select a domain when logging in.
Change the timezone
You can select the timezone of your domain. To do so, click the timezone displayed under your user name.
The following table describes the settings in the Configure Timezone window:
|Set timezone automatically||Select this option to use the timezone set by your browser.|
Set timezone manually
Choose the timezone from the drop-down list or by clicking the desired region on the map.
After selecting one of the options, you can:
- Click the Apply timezone only to this session button to use the selected timezone only during the current session. The previous timezone will be set the next time you log in to your domain.
- Click Save to set the timezone selected as the default one for your domain.
Change the query priority
Not all queries are of equal importance, and often assigning a higher priority to heavy queries might be required in order to prioritize them. The query priority determines the number of resources allocated to a query, and you can choose it using the dropdown selector under your user information.
Learn more in Query priority.
This feature is only visible for users with the required role permissions. Learn more about users, roles and permissions here.