If you're using BigAnimal's cloud account, you don't need to activate regions. However, you can suspend and delete regions.
When you activate a region, BigAnimal prepares the compute and networking resources required to deploy clusters. These added resources can increase your cloud costs.
You must activate a region before creating or restoring a cluster.
Each region you activate displays a status. The status is available on the Create cluster and Restore cluster pages and the Regions page. For more information on the different region statuses, see Region status reference.
You can activate a region ahead of time using the Regions page.
To activate a region before creating a cluster, go to the Regions page.
If you haven't set up your cloud server provider (CSP), you're prompted to do so. See Connecting your cloud.
When your cloud server provider is set up, you see a list of regions associated with it on the Regions page.
Select Activate New Region, and select your cloud provider and the region you want to activate. You can activate multiple regions where you plan on adding clusters.
Select Activate Region(s).
Before you suspend or delete a region, you must delete all clusters in that region.
On the left panel, select Regions.
A list of previously activated regions appears.
Select the icons next to a region to:
- Suspend or delete an active region.
- Reactivate a suspended region.
|You have activated the region, and BigAnimal is setting up the compute and networking resources to support the cluster you requested. Backups and logs aren't available yet.
|BigAnimal has completed setting up the compute and networking resources. The region has at least one cluster, and you can create more. The region has backups and logs.
|You have deleted any active clusters. BigAnimal has removed the compute and networking resources. The backups and logs are still available. BigAnimal continues to maintain backups and logs based on the retention period set when the cluster was last active.
|You have deleted the clusters. BigAnimal has removed the compute and networking resources. The backups and logs are no longer available. Only account owners can delete a region.
|An error occurred while trying to activate or suspend the region. The cause might be a quota issue. See the topic for your cloud provider under Checking your cloud readiness for information on checking whether requirements and resource limits are met and how to raise them, if needed. Contact EDB Support if you need additional help troubleshooting the error.