Understanding environment details

To access information related to your environment, navigate to the Management Console service > Environments and click on your environment.

From environments details, you can access the following:
  • From the Data Hub tab, you can create, manage, and access Data Hub clusters within the environment.
  • From the Data Lake tab, you can monitor, manage, and access the Data Lake cluster.
  • From the Cluster Definitions tab, you can access all cluster definitions that can be used with the environment.
  • From the Summary tab, you can manage and monitor your environment.
The Summary includes the following information:
Table 1.
Option Description
General This includes your environment's CRN. CRN is an ID that CDP uses to identify a resource.
Resource group This lists the resource group(s) that your environment resources are associated with. During environment registration, you either provide an existing resource group or CDP creates multiple resource groups; There is no way to change this once an environment is running.
Credential This links the provisioning credential associated with the environment and includes the option to change the credential.
Region This lists the region in which your environment is deployed.
Network This lists the networking resources used by your environment, provided by you or created by CDP during environment registration. You can add additional subnets for Data Hub clusters deployed in the future.
Security Access This lists the security groups used by your environment, provided by you or created by CDP during environment registration. You can provide new security groups for Data Hub clusters deployed in the future.
FreeIPA This includes details of a FreeIPA server running in the environment and includes an Actions menu with FreeIPA management options.
Log Storage and Audits This lists the cloud storage location used for logs and audits that you provided during environment registration. There is no way to update this location once your environment is running.
Telemetry This includes your environment's telemetry settings. You can change them for any Data Hub clusters created in the future.
Advanced This lists the name of your root SSH key.