Connecting to Viridian Cloud Clusters
To communicate with a cluster, you need a client. Hazelcast offers clients in a variety of languages as well as a command-line client for quick prototyping and scripting.
You can do the following to connect to the cluster:
If you’re using a cluster on Viridian Cloud Dedicated, you need to authorize clients to allow them to connect to your cluster.
You can download and configure the following clients yourself:
To connect your own client to the cluster, you need your cluster’s connection credentials.
Sign into the Viridian Cloud console and select your cluster.
Go to Connect Client > Advanced setup:
A unique name for your cluster.
A unique token that maps to the current IP address of the cluster. Cluster IP addresses may change. This token allows clients to find out the current IP address of the cluster and connect to it.
TLS files (keystore file)
Files for the certificate authority, certificate, and private key that a client needs to authenticate over TLS.
TLS password (Keystore and truststore password)
The password that a client can use to access the private key file.
The TLS credentials are necessary only if your cluster has TLS enabled. You can find out if your cluster has TLS enabled in the Cluster Details section of your dashboard.