DataStax Astra Developer Hub

Welcome to the DataStax Astra Developer Hub. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with DataStax Astra as quickly as possible. Use the included APIs to create, modify, and terminate databases, and interact with the databases you create. Let's do it!

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View your databases

View all databases in your organization, and select a database to view detailed information about the database.

The Dashboard shows all of your databases within your organization, including databases you created and databases created by other team members. From here, you can select an individual database name to manage and connect those databases.

Selecting a databasedatabase - A group of distributed instances for storing data. Each paid Astra database has at least three instances. in DataStax Astra provides access to detailed information about the database. You can view the keyspaces, size and location of the database, and the estimate cost per hour.

Procedure

  1. Open a browser, navigate to DataStax Astra, and log in.
  2. On the Dashboard page, select the database name to access the Summary page for your selected database.

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Note

You can only view connection details and database management operations for databases that you created.

  1. On the Summary tab, you can see several database details:
  • Database Name
  • Status
  • Cost Per Hour
  • Compute Size
  • Replication Factor
  • Current Capacity
  • Current Usage
  • Cluster ID
  • Database Username
  • Regions
  • Keyspaces

Updated 16 days ago


What's Next

From your database **Summary**, you can navigate to see your database **Health**, open the **CQL Console**, start using CQL in a **Studio** notebook, or **Connect** to your database.

Viewing database health and metrics
Using CQL shell to connect to Astra databases
Using DataStax Developer Studio for Astra databases
Connecting to your database

View your databases


View all databases in your organization, and select a database to view detailed information about the database.

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