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Frequently asked Flow on-premises questions
What kind of TLS/SSL certificates should I use? They type of certificate you use depends on your company policies and procedures.  You should read over the Obtaining Certificates document for more information about how to obtain these certif...
Gathering important information and getting help
We want to be sure that you have the best possible experience installing and using our product. However, it is difficult to plan for every possible customer environment. We realize that you may have infrastructure that is unique to you. When our pro...
Adding usage analytics to Flow
Pluralsight Flow provides customers who already utilize an analytics platform such as Adobe Analytics or Google Analytics , the ability to leverage that tool to gain insight into how their employees are utilizing Pluralsight Flow. Embed JavaScript...
How to know when your Flow installation is complete
An installation is complete when it meets the following: Customer has completed an installation assessment survey Replicated successfully installed and configured Flow installed via Replicated Daily activity must update within a day No system ...
Flow Enterprise monitoring tools
As part of the KOTS package, Flow comes with Prometheus alertmanager and Grafana pre-installed. It also comes configured with basic alerts. Note:  To use these services you must have Flow version 2020.3.1-4 or newer and kotsadm 1.19.6 or...
Kubernetes certificate management on the Flow Enterprise cluster
Note:  The commands in this article are available in Kubernetes version 1.19 and above. The format may change in future versions. When installing Flow Enterprise Server, the underlying Kubernetes system generates Public Key Infrastructure (...
Adding a new node to the Flow Enterprise cluster
If needed, add additional nodes to your cluster. This is usually done during the initial installation of Flow, or during an upgrade. If you need additional CPU or memory after installation, you can add additional nodes then. Important:  ...
Troubleshooting Flow on-premises
Log gathering The default log directory is /opt/gitprime/logs but will instead reside in /<data_dir>/logs if you are using a custom data directory.  To assist in troubleshooting you can archive and export the contents of this log directo...
Obtaining certificates
Overview TLS (and it's predecessor SSL) is the preferred method of encrypting and protecting HTTP sessions between a client and an HTTP server.  You can also read more about TLS/SSL .  Flow and Flow Enterprise require that TLS/SSL be...
Uninstalling Flow Enterprise
In some situations, it may be necessary to uninstall Flow Enterprise. Uninstalling is required in Flow versions 2021.1.1 and newer to properly utilize your raw block devices. If your underlying Kubernetes system is not working right, or if you'r...
About Replicated
Flow uses Replicated to deliver their SaaS service to you as an on-premises product.  This partnership allows us to give you the analysis and insight that your rely on Flow to provide inside your information technology department's chosen...
About Flow Enterprise
Flow uses data from GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, or any Git based code repository, to help engineering leaders move faster, optimize work patterns, and advocate for engineering with concrete data.  Some highlights of Flow functionality include: ...

Supported SSO/SAML integrations for Flow on-premises

These SSO integration instructions apply only to Flow on-premises.