Creating an Account

Before you create a cluster, you must create an account. You can create an account with your GitHub credentials, Google credentials, or you can provide an email address and password.

Creating a New Account

To create a new account, go to the Hazelcast Viridian sign-up page.

  • Email

  • Google

  • GitHub

  1. Enter your name, email address, and a password.

  2. Click Create Account.

    A confirmation email will be sent to your email address.

  3. Click Verify your email in the confirmation email to confirm your account.

  4. Sign into your account.

  1. Click Google.

  2. Select a Google account.

  3. Sign into Google if you haven’t already.

A confirmation email will be sent to your registered email address and you will be signed into the Hazelcast Viridian console.

  1. Click GitHub.

  2. Sign into GitHub if you haven’t already.

  3. Click Authorize hazelcast.

A confirmation email will be sent to your registered email address and you will be signed into the Hazelcast Viridian console.

Changing your Profile

When you first sign into the Hazelcast Viridian console, you are prompted to provide your company name and location. You can update these details at any time.

  1. Sign into the Hazelcast Viridian console.

  2. Click the Account icon in the bottom left corner.

  3. Click Profile.

  4. Enter your details and click Update my details.

Changing your Password

If you registered with an email address, you can change your account password:

  1. Sign into the Hazelcast Viridian console.

  2. Click the Account icon in the bottom left corner.

  3. Click Password.

  4. Click Reset.

    You will be sent an email.

  5. Open the email and click Reset your password.

  6. Enter your new password.

  7. Click Reset password.

Keeping your Account Safe

After you set up your account, you’ll want to keep it safe. Here are some recommendations:

  • Keep private information secure: Keep your password and any API keys private.

  • Use teams to provide others with access to your account: Don’t give anyone access to your account. To allow others to work with your clusters, you can invite others to a team so they can log in and take certain actions, but with limited access.

  • Enable multi-factor authentication: Protect your account from anyone who may know your username and password. With multi-factor authentication, you’ll need to provide a unique code that’s generated on your device as well as your username and password to sign in.

  • Allow only authorized devices to access your cluster: You can set up an IP whitelist to allow only known IP addresses to access your cluster.