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Phone Homes

Each instance of Hazelcast Platform Operator reports usage data to the Hazelcast phone home server when a Custom Resource is successfully deployed and every 24 hours after that. Hazelcast uses this data to learn about the usage of Hazelcast Platform Operator.

Usage Data

The following information is sent in a phone home:

  • Operator version

  • K8s distribution such as EKS, GKE, AKS

  • K8s version

  • Operator uptime

  • UID of the operator

  • Operator installation origin such as Dockerhub or Red Hat Connect

  • Number of created Hazelcast Open Source clusters

  • Number of created Hazelcast Enterprise clusters

  • Number of created Management Center instances

  • Average Hazelcast cluster creation latency

  • Average Management Center creation latency

  • Number of created Hazelcast members

  • Expose Externally specific:

    • Number of Hazelcast clusters where unisocket is used

    • Number of Hazelcast clusters where smart client is used

    • Number of Hazelcast clusters where LoadBalancer discovery is used

    • Number of Hazelcast clusters where NodePort discovery is used

    • Number of Hazelcast clusters where LoadBalancer member access is used

    • Number of Hazelcast clusters where node external IP member access is used

    • Number of Hazelcast clusters where node name member access is used

Disabling Phone Homes

To disable phone homes, add the following to the environment variable list in the deployment object of the bundle.yaml file:

- name: PHONE_HOME_ENABLED
  value: "false"

Phone Home URL

Usage data is sent to the following URL: http://phonehome.hazelcast.com/pingOp.