The VIP Dashboard is the home for managing VIP Platform applications. Upon signing in, a list of all apps available to a user is visible.
User access and authentication
Enterprise Authentication is used to authenticate user access to the VIP Dashboard. A user’s ability to access and interact with areas of the VIP Dashboard is defined by the Roles & permissions set for the user.
The main Dashboard panel displays a list of Open Pull Requests, recent Deployments, and links to the WordPress login andGitHub repositories for each of the app’s environments.
View information and links related to an application’s environment, and access the Deployments log panel.
View a snapshot of the health of WordPress applications running on the VIP Platform.
Sync database content from a production environment to a child environment.
Add domains, retrieve settings needed to point a domain’s DNS to VIP, check the status of DNS for an added domain, install a Let’s Encrypt or custom TLS certificate, and launch a site on a WordPress multisite.
View a log of all WP-CLI commands run against an environment of an application.
Manage access to an application by IP.
Manage Basic HTTP Authentication credentials for an application.
Enable an environment’s SQL database backups to be shipped to a designated AWS S3 bucket.
Enable an environment’s HTTP request logs to be shipped to a designated AWS S3 bucket.
The Organization view provides information pertaining to an organization’s use of the VIP platform, across multiple applications when applicable.
View an audit trail of all application management actions.
View and manage the organization’s user access to the VIP Dashboard.
View HTTP requests tracked by VIP to measure a customer’s usage of the platform.
As VIP continues to design and develop new platform functionality, testers that provide feedback on early ideas and prototypes are always needed and appreciated. Users who would like to get involved can get in touch via VIP’s Feedback Portal.