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Configuring access

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See how to set up your account and log in to the Nobl9 UI.

Step 1: Set up your user account​

First, you will receive an invitation email with an activation link.

To set up your account:

  1. Open the Nobl9 user invitation sent to your email.
  2. Click the link to accept the invitation and follow the instructions to create your account. A confirmation page will appear asking you to return to the login screen.

Step 2: Log in to the Nobl9 UI​

To log in to the Nobl9 UI using your credentials:

  1. Go to the Nobl9 app in your browser.
  2. Enter your email address and the password you created during the account setup process, or click Log in with Google if you have a single sign-on (SSO) account.
Great job! You're on your way to your first SLO!

Step 3 (optional): List Nobl9 IPs as trusted​

Nobl9 is all about reliabilityβ€”and reliability is all about monitoring. For proper monitoring of your systems, you will need to add integrations with your third-party solutions and send and receive data between them and your Nobl9.
For example, you can connect a data source to collect metrics data or configure alerting on your SLOs with any of the available alerting methods.

However, these solutions can have protection that prevents data from being sent to and from unknown IP addresses.
It means you could need to add Nobl9 IP addresses to the allowlist to ensure uninterrupted data transmission between your systems and Nobl9 for correct calculations and timely alerting.

IP addresses to add to your allowlist:
⚠ Applies to only. In all other cases, contact Nobl9 support.

You can need this allowlist in the following scenarios:

  • To define the allowed data recipients when installing the Nobl9 agent
  • To connect a data source using the direct connection method when the data source restricts the origin of incoming connections
  • To configure alert notifications when there's a need to configure source addresses for incoming queries
  • To export data when you need to allow the origin for incoming connections