What is the Purpose of SloopEngine SSH Session?

The purpose of a SloopEngine SSH session is to provide secure remote access to a server or device using the SSH (Secure Shell) protocol. This allows a user to remotely connect to the server or device and execute commands and perform other tasks. SSH sessions also provide secure encryption for all data transmitted over the connection, making them useful for sensitive or confidential information

Create SloopEngine SSH Session

To launch an SSH session on the SloopEngine platform, you must first have a permission that has been created for you by a manager. This permission will grant you access to the necessary credential and node for your work, and will allow you to connect to the server via SSH and begin your tasks.

To launch an SSH Session:

  1. Access your SloopEngine account dashboard and navigate to the Workspaces section.
  2. Go to the specific workspace and navigate to the My Permission section.
  3. In the Action column, click on the SSH icon for the permission you want to use.
  4. Enter valid details and click Launch button.

Live SSH Sessions

The SloopEngine Live SSH Session is a feature that enables managers or team leads to keep track of the SSH (Secure Shell) sessions of developers in real-time. This allows them to monitor the activity of developers, ensuring that they are following best practices and adhering to company policies. Additionally, it can be used to provide assistance to developers who may be experiencing difficulties or to troubleshoot issues that may arise during a session. This feature is particularly useful for organizations that rely heavily on remote development and need to ensure that their development processes are running smoothly. Overall, the SloopEngine Live SSH Session is a valuable tool for managers and leads to maintain oversight and ensure the productivity of their development team.

Track Live SSH Session

To Track the Live SSH Sessions:

  1. Access your SloopEngine account dashboard and navigate to the Workspaces section.
  2. Go to the specific workspace and navigate to the Permission section.
  3. To view live SSH sessions, click on the desired permission ID and navigate to the Live SSH Session section.
  4. The list of ongoing Live sessions will be displayed. Click on the view icon to monitor the Live SSH session.