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Using Predictive Diagnostic Cloud

Suggest edit Updated on May 4, 2022

Your My Pega Cloud protal provides you with the option to use Pega Predictive Diagnostic Cloud (PDC), a performance management service that can support your management and development teams. PDC can help you monitor your Pega application performance and notify you when system health issues occur, so you can address issues quickly.

PDC monitors your system stability, throughput, and responsiveness. When you use PDC for monitoring, your Pega applications send data to it. PDC collects the data and presents it in a way that helps you identify performance issues and decide how to improve your system.

For the PDC documentation set, see Pega Predictive Diagnostic Cloud.

Accessing your instance of Pega Predictive Diagnostic Cloud

When you use Pega Predictive Diagnostic Cloud (PDC) for monitoring, you have visibility into the health and performance of your Pega applications.

PDC is not just a tool for clients. Pega Cloud also uses PDC to monitor stability, throughput, and responsiveness for all our client environments, and to help Pega Cloud clients diagnose any reported issues.

For more information, see Pega Predictive Diagnostic Cloud.

Getting started

Pega Cloud environment provisioning automatically connects your environments to PDC, so you can log on, immediately explore the tool, and set up your notifications.

Pega Cloud clients can access the PDC interface for any environment which your credentials provide access from the My Pega Cloud portal.

  1. Log in to your My Pega Cloud portal.
  2. In the My cloud setup tile, click View Details.
  3. In the Environments section, click the environment name.
  4. In the Environment Details tab, click Monitor on PDC.
  5. On the PDC login view for the environment, enter your credentials.
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