Enabling environment telemetry

You can optionally enable workload analytics so that diagnostic information about job and query execution is sent to Workload Manager for Data Hub clusters. Similarly, you can optionally enable logs collection so that logs generated during deployments will be automatically sent to Cloudera.

Enabling workload analytics

If you enable workload analytics, diagnostic information about job and query execution is sent to Workload Manager for Data Hub clusters created within all environments. This is disabled by default and can be enabled:
  • For the whole tenant:
    • From the CDP web interface by navigating to Management Console>Global Settings>Telemetry, by turning on the Enable Workload Analytics.
    • Or from the CDP CLI using the cdp environments set-account-telemetry --workload-analytics command.
  • For a specific environment only:
    • During environment creation from the CDP web interface, by turning on the Enable Workload Analytics option under Logs Storage and Audits in the environment creation wizard.
    • Or from the CDP CLI using the cdp environments set-telemetry-features command.
The environment-level setting overrides the tenant-level setting.

Enabling cluster logs collection

If you enable cluster logs collection, logs generated during deployments will be automatically sent to Cloudera. This is disabled by default and can be enabled:
  • For the whole tenant:
    • From the CDP web interface by navigating to Management Console>Global Settings>Telemetry, by turning on Enable Cluster Logs Collection.
    • Or from the CDP CLI using the cdp environments set-account-telemetry --report-deployment-logs command.
  • For a specific environment only:
    • During environment creation from the CDP web interface, by turning on the Enable Cluster Logs Collection option under Logs Storage and Audits in the environment creation wizard.
    • Or from the CDP CLI using the cdp environments set-telemetry-features command.
The environment-level setting overrides the tenant-level setting.