The My Credentials page is used to manage security credentials, such as your mobile number, email address, and password.
To access the cloud system using the console or APIs, you need to obtain security credentials (such as the account name and project ID) on the My Credentials page. On this page, you can also change the login password and manage access keys (AK/SK).
- On the management console, hover over the username in the upper right corner and choose My Credentials from the drop-down list.
- View your credentials on the My Credentials page.
Table 1 Credential information
Username used for logging in to the cloud system.
ID of the user, which is automatically generated by the cloud system.
Automatically created upon successful registration of an entity (such as an enterprise). The account pays bills for the use of cloud resources.
ID of the account, which is automatically generated by the cloud system.
The email address bound to the user. It can be used to log in to the system, reset the login password, receive verification codes, and push notifications. To change the bound email address, click Change on the right.
The mobile number bound to the user. It can be used to log in to the system, reset the login password, receive verification codes, and push notifications. To change the bound mobile number, click Change on the right.
Strength of the login password. To change the password, click Change on the right.
Login authentication based on virtual MFA device, SMS, and email is supported. If this option is enabled, you will need to enter a verification code in addition to the username and password when logging in to the system.
Virtual MFA Device
Virtual MFA-based login authentication can be enabled only after you have bound a virtual MFA device.
Projects group and isolate resources (including compute, storage, and network resources) across physical regions. A project can be a department or a project group. For more refined resource management, you can create subprojects under a specific region and purchase resources in the subprojects.
List of projects you can access. A project must be specified when you call native OpenStack APIs.
Long-term identity credentials used for accessing the system through APIs. You can create a maximum of two access keys.