Accessing Clusters
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Cluster information

The "Cluster Information" section available from the cluster details includes detailed information about your cluster.

The following information is available in the cluster information section:

Item Description
Cluster User The name of the cluster user that you created when creating the cluster.
SSH Username The SSH user which you must use when accessing cluster VMs via SSH. The SSH user is always “cloudbreak”.
Ambari URL Link to the Ambari web UI.
Region The region in which the cluster is running in the cloud provider infrastructure.
Availability Zone The availability zone within the region in which the cluster is running.
Blueprint The name of the blueprint selected under “Cluster Type” to create this cluster.
Created With The version of Cloudbreak used to create this cluster.
Ambari Version The Ambari version which this cluster is currently running.
HDP/HDF Version The HDP or HDF version which this cluster is currently running.
Authentication Source If you are using an external authentication source (LDAP/AD) for your cluster, you can see it here.

Below this, you will see additional tabs that you can click on in order to see their content:

Item Description
Hardware This section includes information about your cluster instances: instance names, instance IDs, instance types, their status, fully qualified domain names (FQDNs), and private and public IPs. If you click on the , you can access more information about the instance, storage, image, and packages installed on the image.
Cloud storage If you configured any cloud storage options, you will see them listed here.
Tags This section lists keys and values of the user-defined tags, in the same order as you added them.
Gateway This section is available when gateway is configured for a cluster. It includes the gateway URL to Ambari and the URLs for the service UIs.
Recipes This section includes recipe-related information. For each recipe, you can see the host group on which a recipe was executed, recipe name, and recipe type.
External sources If you are using external sources (external databases, authentication sources, or proxies), you can see them listed here.
Repository details This section includes Ambari and HDP/HDF repository information, as you provided when creating a cluster.
Image details This section includes information about the prewarmed or base image that was used for the cluster nodes.
Network This section includes information about the names of the network and subnet in which the cluster is running and the links to related cloud provider console.
Security This section is only available if you have enabled Kerberos security. It provides you with the details of your Kerberos configuration.
Autoscaling This section includes configuration options related to autoscaling.