This article guides you through your initial setup tasks for your BluBracket tenant. It also steps you through some of thee basic capabilities.
Step 1: Add a BluBracket user
As soon as you log into your BluBracket tenant, you should create at least one additional user for the admin portal:
Go to Settings.
3. Click Create User.
4. Assign a unique username.
5. Enter the user’s email address.
6. Click Create.
Step 2: Configure a Code Server in the BluBracket Portal
The first step is to configure a code server in the BluBracket Portal. See Adding Enterprise Code Servers - GitHub for the basic steps, including how to get your Personal Access Token from GitHub Cloud.
Step 3: See what BluBracket can do
a) Secrets embedded in files is one of the most common issues to be found. Try adding one or two of the supported secrets to files on the code server you just configured to see what happens when BluBracket detects a secret in the repo. Go to the Events page to view alerts for the secrets.
Click the link under Description to drill into the details.
Click the path to move directly to the line in the repo file.
b) If you know what you are looking for, use a custom expression to find it.
c) Show first and last commits for a developer.
Click a link to move directly to the code.
d) Remove alerts that are no longer interesting by clicking the x.