In the Overview, you find helpful information about how to connect to your instance, including the hostname, password, and username, among other things. The data will be available when the instance is created.
The hostname of your instance.
If you have a multi-node cluster, you will see the hostname of all hosts.
The load-balanced host is a DNS load balancer in front of the cluster, and it will round robin to the different nodes automatically. If one node in a cluster goes down, it will be removed from the rotation, so the other nodes will still handle the traffic until the node is back.
Cloud and data center region.
The date and time the instance was created.
|User & Vhost||
Default user and vhost.
Password for default user.
The connections URL to connect clients
Hostname, ports, username, and password used to connect using MQTT.
API Key to use with the CloudAMQP API, CloudAMQP API docs
There are also a couple of functions in this view:
|View password, AMQP URL and API Key||
Shows obscured data when clicked.
|Copy password, AMQP URL and API Key||
Copies the data to your clipboard when clicked.
Creates a new password for the default user when clicked.
Current connections will not be affected, but new connections using the default user will need to have the password updated.
If you are using CloudAMQP via Heroku your app will be restarted automatically with updated environment variables (CloudAMQP specific).
|Rotate API Key||
Creates a new API key when clicked.
|Change plan or number of nodes||
Will create a new password for the default user when clicked.
This button will take you to the upgrade process, where you can select the new plan and number of nodes you want to change to.