Once you sign up for RudderStack Cloud, you are presented with a dashboard that lets you set up and manage all your event data sources, destinations, and connections through an easy-to-use UI.
This guide walks you through all the dashboard options to get started with RudderStack Cloud in no time.
This option helps you easily get started with RudderStack. You can set up a source and connect it to your cloud destinations or data warehouses via this page, as shown:
This option lets you set up your data pipelines by connecting different sources and destinations across your entire customer data stack.
For routing and processing the events to the RudderStack backend, a data plane URL is required.
Refer to the RudderStack Architecture guide for more information the RudderStack data plane.
Here's how to get the Data Plane URL:
- If you're using RudderStack Cloud Free, the data plane URL is provided in the dashboard itself.
- If you're using RudderStack Pro or Enterprise, contact us for the data plane URL with the email ID you used to sign up for RudderStack.
- If you're using RudderStack Open Source, you are required to set up your own data plane by installing and setting up RudderStack in your preferred environment.
An open source data plane URL looks like
8080 is typically the port where your RudderStack data plane is hosted.
This option lists all the configured sources in your workspace. You can add a new source by clicking on the New Source button, as shown:
Refer to the Sources guide for more details on setting up a source in RudderStack.
This option lists all the configured destinations where you can send your event data. You can add a new destination by clicking on the New Destination button, as shown:
Refer to the Destinations guide for more details on setting up a destination in RudderStack.
This option provides detailed metrics on the events synced to the warehouse destinations. You can also filter the event data based on a specific source or destination by using the filter option in the header or sync the data manually by using the Sync Now button.
This feature lets you define custom SQL queries which can be executed on your warehouse. You can then use RudderStack to send the resulting data to specific destinations.
Refer to the Models guide for more details on setting up a new model in RudderStack.
Refer to the Transformations guide to learn more about this feature.
Audit logs can be used to track the user activities within your RudderStack workspace. It is available only for the Enterprise users.
Refer to the Audit Logs guide to learn more about this feature.
Tracking Plans is an enterprise feature lets you proactively monitor and act on non-compliant event data coming into your RudderStack sources based on the predefined plans. It ensures data quality and validates your expected events against the live events that are delivered to RudderStack with real-time validation.
Refer to the Tracking Plans guide for more information on creating and using tracking plans in RudderStack.
This option lets you manage the settings and various details related to your RudderStack account.
It displays the general account settings like name, email and password. You can also edit the name and password using the respective options.
This option displays all your teammates with their access permissions in the current RudderStack workspace. You can also invite new teammates by using the Invite Teammate button.
Refer to the Teammates guide for more details on this option.
RudderStack Cloud Free allows you to invite up to 3 members in your workspace. To increase this limit, you will be required to upgrade to the Pro or Enterprise plan. Refer to the RudderStack Pricing Page for details on these plans.
It displays the billing information of your RudderStack account. You can change the existing plan or contact sales to get more information.
This option lets you set up 2-Factor authentication to receive verification codes via SMS.
This option lets you generate a personal access token associated with your account. It is required to use all the RudderStack APIs.
Refer to the Personal Access Tokens guide for more details on this option.
It lets you view and edit your workspace and company name associated with RudderStack.
The workspace token is a unique identifier associated with your current RudderStack workspace.
The workspace token is not available for the RudderStack Pro and Enterprise versions as the RudderStack team handles the deployment.
To get your workspace token, go to Settings > Company, as shown:
By default, the workspace token is hidden for security purposes. You must have administrative privileges to access the token.
To view the workspace token, click on Reveal Token and enter the password associated with your RudderStack account.