When you create an environment or other resources shared across your cloud provider account, CDP automatically adds default tags to the Cloudera-created resources in your cloud provider account. You can also define additional custom tags that CDP applies to the cluster-related resources in your account.
By default, CDP applies certain tags to cloud provider resources whenever you create the resource, for example an environment.
CDP applies the following tags by default:
- Cloudera-Resource-Name: the workload-appropriate Cloudera resource name. For example, an IPA CRN for an IPA, a data lake CRN for a data lake, or a Data Hub CRN for a Data Hub cluster. This CRN serves as a unique identifier for the resource over time.
- Cloudera-Creator-Resource-Name: Cloudera resource name of the CDP user that created the resource.
- Cloudera-Environment-Resource-Name: name of the environment with which the resource is associated.
There are two types of custom tags that you can define in the Management Console: tenant-level tags that apply to Cloudera-created resources across your organization's entire cloud provider account, and environment-level tags.
In the Management Console user interface, you can define tenant-level tags across all instances and resources provisioned in your organization's cloud provider account. These resources include not only provisioned instances, but disks, networks, and other resources as well. In your cloud provider account you can search or filter on either the tag key or value. Tenant-level tags cannot be overridden during environment creation.
In addition to tenant-level tags, you can also define environment-level tags. Environment-level tags are inherited by the resources specific to an environment. For example, environment-level tags are inherited by the following resources:
- Data lakes
- Data Hubs
- External databases
As with tenant-level tags, you can search or filter on the key tag or key value in your cloud provider account.
For more information about using tags on cloud provider resources, consult AWS or Azure documentation.
For more information about tags for Data Hub clusters, see the Data Hub tagging documentation.