To view the details of a Flexible subscription:

  1. Sign in to the admin console.

  2. If you have more than one subscription, select the target subscription from the subscription list.

    The Subscription list shows your current subscriptions.
  3. Your subscription details appear, along with a summary of your database details.

    The Databases tab of the subscription details page is the default view.

From here, you can:

  • Select the New database button to add a database to your subscription.

    Use the **New database** button to create a new database for your subscription.
  • View the Status icon to learn the status of your subscription. Active subscriptions display a green circle with a check mark. Pending subscriptions display an animated, grey circle.

    When a subscription is active, the status icon displays a green circle with a checkmark.   When a subscription is pending, the status icon displays a gre, animated circle.

Because subscriptions represent active deployments, there aren’t many details you can change. If your needs change, create a new subscription and then migrate the existing data to the new databases.

In addition, three tabs are available:

  1. The Databases tab lists the databases in your subscription and summarizes their settings.

  2. The Overview tab displays subscription settings for your Flexible subscription.

  3. The Connectivity tab lets you limit access to the subscription by defining a VPC peering relationship or by setting up an allow list.

The following sections provide more info.

Databases tab

The Databases tab summarizes the databases in your subscription.

The Databases tab of the subscription details page is the default view.

The following details are provided:

Detail Description
Status An icon indicating whether the database is active (a green circle) or pending (yellow circle)
Active status is indicated by a teal circle.   Pending status is indicated by a yellow circle.
Name The database name
Endpoint Use the Copy button to copy the endpoint URI to the Clipboard
Memory Memory size of the database, showing the current size and the maximum size
Throughput Maximum operations per second supported for the database
Modules Identifies modules attached to the database
Options Icons showing options associated with the database

To view full details of a database, click its name in the list.

Overview tab

The Overview summarizes the options use to created the subscription.

The Overview tab displays the settings used to create your Flexible subscription.
  • The general settings panel describes the cloud vendor, region, and high-availability settings for your subscription.

    Select the Edit button to change the name of the subscription.

    Use the **Edit** button to change the subscription name.
    Setting Description
    Cloud vendor Your subscription cloud vendor
    Plan description Brief summary of subscription, including the plan type, cloud provider, and region
    Redis on Flash Checked when Redis on Flash is enabled
    Multi-AZ Checked when multiple availability zones are enabled
    Active-Active Redis Checked when Active-Active Redis is enabled for your subscription
    Region Describes the region your subscription is deployed to
  • The Price panel shows the monthly cost of your Flexible subscription

  • The Payment info panel shows your payment details.

  • The Cost Estimate section describes the shards required to deploy the subscription based on the choices made when the subscription was created.

  • Payment Method shows the current payment details.

    Select the Change Payment Method button to change the credit card associated with this subscription.

  • The Required cloud resources panel shows the storage resources used by your subscription.

    If your subscription is attached to a cloud account, the details appear in the panel header.

  • The Redis price panel breaks down your subscription price.

Connectivity tab

The Connectivity tabs helps secure your subscription.

The Connectivity tab helps you secure your subscription.

Here, you can:

  • Set up a VPC peering relationship between the virtual PC (VPC) hosting your subscription and another virtual PC.

  • Set up an access allow list containing IP addresses or security groups (AWS only) permitted to access your subscription.

See the individual links to learn more.