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Logging In to the DAS Console

Updated at: Jun 09, 2021 GMT+08:00

On the cloud, managing data can be complex. With DAS, you can manage your data easily and securely.

Database Login Management

To facilitate data management, you can create database logins for DB instances that have been bound to the current account or IAM user.

  • DAS allows you to access read replicas whose data can be viewed only.
  • If you edit the database of a primary DB instance or single instance, RDS automatically synchronizes the changes to the read replica.

DAS Console

With Development Tool, you can manage multiple types of DB instances, including RDS DB instances, GaussDB DB instances, self-built databases on ECSs, DDS DB instances, DDM DB instances, and GaussDB NoSQL DB instances.

Figure 1 DAS console
Table 1 Functions

Overview

Function

Description

Development Tool

Database login

Allows you to manage databases by connecting to the created DB instances.

Database filtering

Allows you to filter logins by database source and database engine.

Fuzzy search

Allows you to query logins by login address and DB instance name.

Database login

Displays the source of the databases that can be logged in.

Enterprise Change Approval

Enabling Enterprise Change Approval

Allows you to add your enterprise in DAS by setting the billing mode, instance quantity, and purchased duration.

Display mode

Displays available enterprises in card view or list view.

Fuzzy search

Allows you to query enterprises by enterprise name.

Enterprise list

Displays the available enterprises.

Intelligent O&M

Backend O&M

Displays the task list. You can query the task by instance ID or ticket number.

Set OBS bucket

Allows you to set the OBS bucket. Some instance data can be imported to the OBS buckets for analysis.

Fuzzy search

Allows you to view the Intelligent O&M overview of an instance by instance type or DB engine type.

Instance overview

Displays information, such as the total number of instances, number of instances without login accounts, and number of instances with SQL Explorer disabled.

Overall performance

Displays the performance metrics of all instances in graphs in real time. The metrics include QPS, TPS, CPU usage.

Different accounts can create logins for the same DB instance.

Logging In to HUAWEI CLOUD Console

  1. On the login page, enter the account and password to log in to the management console.

    Figure 2 Logging in to the console

  2. Click in the upper left corner and select the desired region and project.
  3. Under Database, click Data Admin Service.

    Figure 3 Data Admin Service

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