Please use the below information to log into CoreStack.
URL: http://<IP Address of the VM> [Example: http://220.127.116.11 ]
Username: corestack [Username is case sensitive]
Password: Azure@123 [Password is case sensitive]
Note: Please change your password after you login for the first time.
It is also important to update your email address. Find the steps to do that in the next question – How do I update my email address?
Your account has a default dummy email address when created. It is important to update the right email address for your account. This is required for email notifications sent from CoreStack including reset password, failure notifications, order approvals etc.
Please read the below instructions to update your email address.
Step 1: Log into the the portal with the default CoreStack credentials. Click on the “Settings” icon at the top and navigate to the “Account” section as shown in the screenshot below:
Step 2: Select “Users” tab and update the User Information:
Step 3: Save the updated information:
Change Password: Before you start using the setup, it is recommended that you change the password. You can do this from the “My Profile” page.
Getting Started with CoreStack is easy. You have to first add your Cloud Accounts & Integrated Tools to CoreStack and start orchestrating them.
Please refer to our Getting Started page for more information.
Also refer the complete User Interface Guide to learn more about CoreStack.
You can refer to the following videos as well:
The dashboard has multiple tabs and each tab provides a summary about a specific aspect. But to fetch the data from the respective Cloud or Tool, they must be first connected to CoreStack.
Some of the tabs also require certain pre-configurations to be done in the respective Cloud / Tool Accounts. The user-guide provides detailed instructions on such configurations as well.
The data for the dashboard tabs are refreshed in specific intervals – most tabs are refreshed hourly, while some are updated daily. Hence, some tabs may not show up information immediately on adding the accounts.
CoreStack has the unique ability to orchestrate using the Cloud-native Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), which means you can orchestrate all services supported by the native DSLs.
While the root account will provide access to all services, it is NOT recommended to use it. It is recommended to create a separate IAM user which has “Administrator” privileges to all services in the cloud account.
If you would like to limit the services being orchestrated from a specific Cloud Account in CoreStack, you can limit the access to the IAM user’s role accordingly.
For more information, refer: https://docs.corestack.io/manage-cloud-accounts/
No, we have taken necessary steps to ensure that the new IP address change does NOT affect CoreStack configuration settings.
Extending license requires elevated privileges, please log into the terminal with the SSH credentials and execute the following commands :
Sudo cd /opt/core
./license.sh –link <Link Sent By the Sales Team >
Attached sample screenshot for your reference:
If you do NOT see the response even after 5 minutes, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your account email address, IP address and license link.
When the VM boots up for the first time, CoreStack takes a few minutes to complete setup. Please try after 10 minutes.
If you are unable to login even after 15 minutes, please write to email@example.com with your account email address and IP address.