To ensure the cluster configuration matches its performance requirements, you can monitor key database performance metrics and scale the cluster vertically or horizontally as your requirements change. You can also change the default backup policy for clusters, perform on-demand backups, authorize the networks that can access clusters, and connect to clusters. You access your clusters from the Clusters page.
The Clusters page lists your currently provisioned clusters and their status, along with a summary of nodes, cores, and errors. From here you can add and delete clusters.
To add a cluster, click Add Cluster. Refer to Create a cluster.
To delete a cluster, click the three dots icon for the cluster you want to delete and choose Terminate Cluster. Then enter the name of the cluster and click Delete. This deletes the cluster and all of its data, including backups.
To manage a cluster, select the cluster in the list to display the cluster Overview. Once you've selected a cluster, you can connect to it, view database tables and cluster nodes, access backups, authorize the networks that can connect, and scale the cluster.