This is a summary of the tools available for users of VeeaHub networks to control their meshes and individual VeeaHubs. For more information about how these fit into the overall platform, see System Overview.
VeeaHub Manager is the most powerful tool for monitoring and configuring VeeaHubs and meshes. It is available as an app from the Apple Store for iPhones and iPads, and from the Google Play Store for Android devices.
It is also used to add a new VeeaHub to the Veea Cloud and to the user’s Veea account. If the user does not already have an account, a new one can be created at the time of activating the first VeeaHub on the Cloud. All users need to use VeeaHub Manager for this purpose, but it also enables setting of user-configurable options on a VeeaHub or its mesh at any time.
The VeeaHub Manager Guide describes the functionality of VeeaHub Manager in detail.
Control Center is the online portal to the owner’s VeeaHubs and meshes. This provides the ability to monitor meshes and devices and download application packages, paid or free.
A VeeaHub appears in Control Center once it has been added to the user’s account. Node Manager, displayed in Control Center, offers node and mesh configuration options similar to VeeaHub Manager.
If the user has installed packages that have their own monitoring or configuration requirements, these appear in the Control Center interface.
Enterprise Center is the fleet-management interface for enterprise customers. This interface allows enterprise customers and resellers to manage their VeeaHub assets and associated applications across multiple deployments. From Enterprise Center the user can make configuration changes to and determine the status of meshes, devices or applications in different locations, as well as managing VeeaHub upgrades and viewing or exporting VeeaHub analytics. The Node Manager component of Enterprise Center (also part of Control Center) provides a similar range of options to VeeaHub Manager.
Enterprise Center can be used to display site management details, showing vMesh deployments on maps and floorplans, along with a display of the vMesh topological and status information.
As Control Center is extended to cover more management functions, Enterprise Center will be phased out.
If you are an enterprise user of VeeaHub meshes, you should ask Veea Support for access to Enterprise Center and for a copy of the Enterprise Center Guide.
Node Manager is a tool in the Veea Cloud for monitoring and configuring VeeaHubs and meshes. It includes many of the configuration options in VeeaHub Manager.
Node Manager can be opened from links in Control Center and Enterprise Center. See the Node Manager Guide for details.