Each SquaredUp licence is restricted to a single Azure tenant (Azure Active Directory) but can access and display data from multiple Azure subscriptions.
Where to find your activation key
You need a licence activation key to install SquaredUp for Azure. You will have received this by email following your purchase or free trial. If you do not have an activation key please contact Support.
Licence type information
|Trial licence||This licence allows for unlimited users and all features for a 30 day evaluation in your own environment and is available from here|
|Primary Production licence|
This licence should be used on your SquaredUp Production server.
|Test & Development licence|
This licence is for your test environment so that you can experiment with configuration changes and new versions without affecting production.
It is included free of charge with a purchase.
Open Access enables easy sharing of dashboards throughout your organization. Open Access allows users to view a version of the dashboard with simplified interactivity. Open Access dashboards do not require authentication and do not consume Named User licences.
Team Folders are a form of access control for your dashboards. They enable you to deliver dashboards and delegate control to different teams within your organisation (or to different clients if you are a service provider). You can customise which users see which dashboards, and choose to delegate authoring permissions to different users.
Named Users refers to the list of users who can log on to SquaredUp. The number of Named Users is restricted by the number of Named User licences you have purchased.
See SquaredUp users and How to manage Named Users
Theme Personalisation allows users to view SquaredUp in either dark theme or light theme.
The Support Portal allows access to online and email support from SquaredUp https://support.squaredup.com/
|Web Content tile|
The Web Content tile enables you to enrich your dashboards with data from other web pages and custom HTML.
The SQL tile enables you to pull data from external SQL data sources into your dashboards and perspectives.
The Azure Application Insights tile allows you to query Application Insights for data (both stand-alone and in the context of resources within Azure) and display that information on your SquaredUp dashboard.
The Azure Monitor Logs tile allows you to query Log Analytics data from Azure Monitor(both stand-alone and in the context of resources within Azure) and display that information as part of your SquaredUp dashboard.
|Web API tile|
The Web API tile allows you to pull data from external APIs and display this data using a variety of visualisations.
The Elasticssearch tile can show data from your Elasticsearch instance. Since Elasticsearch tiles are designed specifically to integrate with Elasticsearch, they offer you a convenient way to access your Elasticsearch indices and enter search queries.
The ServiceNow tile allows you to query incidents and change requests from ServiceNow and display this data in SquaredUp.
Splunk tiles offer you an easy way to display data from your Splunk instance in a SquaredUp dashboard.
The Status tile allows you to show resources, resource groups and subscriptions, and any health states.
The Performance tile shows graph visualisations of Azure Monitor metrics data.
The Matrix tile shows detailed health state, performance metrics and other information for a list of monitored objects.
The Image tile displays resources, resource groups or subscriptions on an image background, such as a map. If the resource has a health state this is also shown.
The Alerts tile allows you to view alerts on your dashboards and perspectives.
The Cost Management tile shows the cost of Azure resources, resource groups or subscriptions.