You must register your existing on-prem Cloudera Distribution of Hadoop (CDH) or Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) clusters on the Management Console, in order to burst your data to the cloud. In the CDP world, these clusters are called "classic clusters".
You can use the Classic Clusters panel of the Overview page to view the total number of clusters enabled for Replication Manager, the number that are in a error state, the number that are active, and the number of clusters for which a warning is issued. You can investigate the issues associated with clusters that have an error or warning status by navigating to the Ambari web UI incase of HDP on-premise clusters and Cloudera Manager UI for CDH on-premise clusters.
- Specifies the total number of clusters currently available to run replication jobs.
- Specifies the total number of clusters for which remaining disk capacity is less
If this value is greater than zero, you can click the number to open a table that displays the cluster name and remaining capacity.
- Specifies the total number of clusters which are in force.
- Specifies the total number of clusters currently are not running as expected.