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The DevOpsACCELERATE dashboard

The DevOpsACCELERATE dashboard gives the Information Security leader an at-a-glance view of how the company's certificate security policies are being adopted by DevOps teams, no matter how those DevOps teams are using Venafi Cloud to obtain certificates.

DevOps team leads and users can see summary information about how the team is using DevOpsACCELERATE. They can evaluate whether they are following InfoSec policy as well as understand which policies are being used in the event that there is a need to request a policy change for a specific application.

  • On your in-product dashboard, hover over a widget to see details about it.

  • Click Share to create a PDF version of the dashboard that you can send to your team.

Sample dashboard

Certificate expiration

Displays the total number of certificates that are at risk of expiration. Certificates are split into two categories:

  • Short-lived certificates that are valid for 30 days or less

  • Longer-lived certificates that are valid for more than 30 days

Certificates issued by

Displays statistics on number of certificates issued over a certain period of time. This widget shows statistics for:

  • Top Active Projects - The number of certificates issued based on Projects.

  • Top Issuing Templates - The number of certificates issued using different Issuing Templates.

  • Source Offline/Online - The number of certificates issued by various DevOps integrations based on how the certificate is processed.

    Offline: Certificates that use DevOpsACCELERATE to enforce policy (Vault PKI Monitor). These certificates are issued using DevOps tools.

    Online: Certificates that are issued by DevOpsACCELERATE.

  • Integration Types - The number of certificates that are issued using a particular DevOps integration.

  • Top Used Integrations - The number of certificates that are issued using a particular installation of a DevOps integration. This is known as an integration instance. It's designed to show how many certificates are requested or issued via a particular installation of a DevOps tool.

Example scenario for top used integrations

A user has two copies of Vault installed on the network and both are paired to Venafi Cloud. The widget allows you to see how many certificates are being processed by each Vault installation.

Issued by project

Displays the total number of certificates issued, sorted by project.

What does orphaned mean?

When certificates are listed as orphaned, it means that a project that contained that certificate was deleted. The certificate was found but the project it belongs to is missing. You can recreate the missing project and assign the certificate to it or assign the certificate to a different project.

Issued by integration instances

Displays the total number of certificates issued, sorted by DevOps integration instances.

Tip

If you're in a DevOps role, you can use integrations and our REST API. If you're not in a DevOps role, you can easily access certificates via the dashboard or the certificate inventory list.