To modify an existing product, find it in the Products tab and click its Manage button.
Figure 8 - Manage Product: Manage Button
You can set it using its three tabs:
- Danger Zone
General: Change Instance Type and Storage
You can view your configuration and change your product's instance type and storage size here.
Figure 9 - Manage Product tab
- Change Instance Type
Use sliders to set your desired configuration. This can be changed later as you need to scale to changing data processing needs.
Figure 10 - Manage Product: Scale
You can upscale or downscale only within the current product tier. The development-tier DEV30 configuration,
for example, can upscale to Dev50, but not to the production-tier PB10 configuration.
Your databases and data will be automatically migrated into your new configuration.
- Change Storage
Use this slider to modify your product's storage.
Figure 11 - Manage Product: Storage
You can allocate more disk space to your cluster (but not reduce it), and you can select Premium disks and the
number of IOPS reserved for them.
Security: Your Certificate and Allowed IPs
Use the security tab to download your certificate or determine which addresses are
allowed to connect your database instance.
Figure 12 - Manage Product: Security
Click this button to download your certificate.
Your product will communicate only with trusted sources. Install this certificate only on trusted machines.
Click this button to edit your product's list of Allowed IPs.
Figure 13 - Manage Product: Edit IPs
We recommend fortifying your security by allowing access only to specific IPs
The default setting, 0.0.0.0/0, grants access to all IP addresses.
All of your RavenDB Cloud instances are secured using TLS 1.2 or 1.3 encryption and X509 certificates.
You can increase your
system's security further using this in-depth security measure and restrict access to
trusted sources, e.g. your application servers.
Cross-instance communication inside the cluster is not subject to these restrictions.
Azure products do not permit overlapping of addresses in the Allowed IPs list. E.g.:
- Listing both 220.127.116.11/32 and 18.104.22.168/32 is not permitted.
- Listing 0.0.0.0/0 and any other address is not permitted.
- Listing both 22.214.171.124/27 and 126.96.36.199/32 is permitted.
Danger Zone: Terminate your Instance
Use this tab's Terminate button to eliminate your cluster.
Terminating your instance is irreversible. Your data and cluster properties will be permanently lost.
Figure 14 - Manage Product: Terminate