Resource Management on EnOS™¶
Default resources are allocated when an organization is created for performing basic operations such as connecting devices to EnOS. If you need to expand or adjust the capabilities of your clusters on EnOS, you will need additional resources or adjust your existing resource quota. EnOS offers online resource management for specific types of resources.
When Do I Need to Manage My Resources?¶
Requesting New Resources¶
The default deployment of organizations on EnOS supports basic capabilities for device management only. If your business requires data storage in TSDB and stream data processing, you need to request for the related resources.
Adjusting Existing Resource Quota¶
With business growth, allocated resources may not meet new requirements. You can request for resources with higher specifications.
When business stabilizes, allocated resources may exceed the business requirements. You can scale down the resource specifications to save costs.
Setting Alarms for Resource Consumption Threshold¶
To avoid the impact of insufficient resources on the normal operation of business, you can set alarms for the resource usage rate by monitoring resource utilization in real time. Once the resource usage rate exceeds the specified threshold, the system sends an alert immediately so that the receivers of the alarms can process the situation in time to ensure the stable operation of the business.
Deleting Existing Resource Data¶
To avoid the impact of insufficient resources on the normal operation of business, If the requested resources are no longer needed, in order to avoid resource waste, you can delete the requested resources through the resource deletion feature.
Capacity and Limitations¶
- Currently, each organization can request 1 resource instance for stream data processing, time series database, data warehouse storage, and file storage HDFS.
- Each organization can request 3 resource instances for batch data processing and data explorer, with globally unique queue and sandbox names.
For the capacity of standard resource instances, see Resource Specifications.
Viewing the Resource History¶
To easily understanding of resource usage and to plan ahead for quota usage in conjunction with business development and quota change data, resource history shows you resource lifecycle data.
For more information, see Viewing Resource History.