The Getting started section describes how to access Cumulocity IoT DataHub and walks you through the main UI features.
Accessing and logging into DataHub Console
You access Cumulocity IoT DataHub Console via a web browser. It has been tested with the following web browsers:
- Firefox (latest version)
- Chrome (latest version)
Info: Mobile devices like smartphones or tablets are not supported.
How to log into DataHub Console
After you have subscribed this service for your Cumulocity tenant, you have to log into your tenant. In the application switcher you will find the Cumulocity IoT DataHub Console button. When you click this button, you will be taken to the home page of DataHub Console. DataHub Console provides the management and monitoring UI of Cumulocity IoT DataHub. Alternatively your tenant administrator can give you the URL directly navigating to DataHub console, which requires a login as well.
When you want to log out, click the User button at the right of the top bar and from the context menu select Logout.
Overview of UI features
DataHub Console provides the UI you use for managing and monitoring your offloading pipelines. The main navigation bar on the left provides links to the following pages.
|Home||Get an introduction to DataHub Console and access quick links with related functionality|
|Offloading||Configure and manage your offloading pipelines|
|Status||View the latest job status of your offloading pipelines|
Tenant and user settings
The DataHub Console you have access to is tenant-specific, i.e., this instance solely serves your tenant. You use your Cumulocity account to access your DataHub Console instance. This instance is pre-configured with respect to the connections to Dremio and to the data lake. These settings can only be changed by the administrator.
Info: In addition to your Cumulocity account, you have a separate account for accessing Dremio. You have to contact your administrator for the Dremio account credentials. On the Home page you will find under Quick links a direct link to the Dremio instance you are using.