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VPC stands for Virtual Private Cloud. This is where you can peer your own VPC to an external VPC, which is the CCX VPC wherein the managed database nodes reside.

Creating A VPC

There are two locations where you can find the creation of a VPC. One is through the Create → VPC or by selecting the VPC tab under the default project. Then click the Create VPC button.

Refer to page VPC and Peering and learn how to create a VPC.

Viewing Your List Of VPCs

List of Available VPC Regions

To view your VPCs created, just go to Projects → VPC. You are able to view the available VPCs here but you need first to determine what regions belong to. As of this time, only Amazon Web Services is the available provider and regions are only available over Europe. By default, the region points to “eu-north-1 (EU Stockholm)” so that means you need to navigate to the correct available regions that you have your VPC created.

The VPC view contains the following columns or fields below:

Field Description
  • The name of the VPC.
  • Your routing domain. See CIDR.
  • The VPC status.
  • When the entry was created.
Peering Info
  • This will show you information of peered VPC. Aside from that, you can determine if your VPC has been peered or not yet peered.
  • The actions you can take such as delete the selected VPC

Viewing Peered Information

VPC Expandable View

To view the peered information, just click the + (plus) sign button, which is an expand/collapse button. Once clicked, it will expand and show you a new panel showing you the information for peering and its VPC.

The information has the details of the peered AWS owner ID, peering VPC ID, and peering connection ID. Whereas the VPC Information contains the AWS VPC id, when it was created, and when it was last updated.

If you click the VPC Peering, it will redirect you to a simpler view with just only the VPC you selected and shows the peering information once the + expand/collapse button is clicked.

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