Why does ZigiOps need a Connected System?

A Connected System is a configuration object that holds the connection details about a product you want to integrate. The Connected Systems page is a repository of all connected systems in your current ZigiOps instance. Each connected system could require a set of details, i.e., URL, port, username, password. The configuration of the connected systems may vary, as the products may require different configuration options.

Adding a Connected System

  1. Access the ZigiOps web console.

  2. Navigate to ZigiOps → Connected Systems, which will display the list of the available systems.

  3. Click the Add New System button and select the desired product, which will redirect you to the selected connected system configuration screen.

  4. Input the required connection and authentication details and click the Save button.

You may need to refresh the page if a newly added connected system isn't shown in the list of configured systems.

Removing a Connected System

  1. Access the ZigiOps web console.

  2. Navigate to ZigiOps → Connected Systems, which will display the list of the available systems.

  3. Select the desired connected system and click the Options → Delete to remove it from your ZigiOps instance.

Exporting a Connected System

  1. Access the ZigiOps web console.

  2. Navigate to ZigiOps → Connected Systems, which will display the list of the available systems.

  3. Select the desired connected system and click the Options → Export to export (download) it as a file.

Importing a Connected System

  1. Access the ZigiOps web console.

  2. Navigate to ZigiOps → Connected Systems, which will display the list of the available systems.

  3. Click the Import button and select the desired connected system file to import it to your ZigiOps instance.

Test Connection

This feature checks the connectivity and the authentication against the integrated product by using the provided connection details.

  1. Access the ZigiOps web console.

  2. Navigate to ZigiOps → Connected Systems, which will display the list of the available systems.

  3. Select the desired connected system and click the Test button to test the connection.