After you've installed UP9, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the environment.
The Services Map displays the service architecture in your current Workspace. UP9 builds this model based on service traffic flowing from observers, and maps all service dependencies and creates API contracts to produce a complete OpenAPI specification across all endpoints.
You can view data links between services (business logic) or Kafka topics with the services toggle.
The Contracts page displays web services, endpoints, and the interactions between them. You can view schema, requests and responses, and download your tests, mocks, and contracts into CI-ready code.
The Tests page runs tests, lists reports, and allows you to build new tests. You can also bundle tests in test collections to save time.
The Mocks page builds mocks for virtual environments, where you can fully test a provider as a mock before integration.
A Workspace is a collection of artifacts that represent an environment or a namespace- basically, it's what we're observing and testing with UP9. The example below shows us we're working in the Example (V40) workspace.
Visit the Reference section for a deeper look at all of UP9's capabilities.
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