HiveMQ Cloud Console

The HiveMQ Cloud console is the center of operations for all your cloud-related activities:

Clusters

The Your Clusters overview on the Clusters page of the HiveMQ Cloud console gives you quick access to everything you need to manage your HiveMQ Cloud clusters. The overview lists all of your active and deleted clusters.

Clusters overview
The information on the Clusters page updates automatically every 10 seconds. To load a new snapshot manually, select REFRESH.

Available Cluster Information

Item Description

Name

The type of HiveMQ Cloud package and the unique name of the cluster. HiveMQ automatically generates the cluster name when you create the cluster. The following cluster types are possible:

  • Starter

  • Business Critical

URL

The unique URL of the cluster that HiveMQ generates automatically when the cluster is created.

Status

The Status area shows the current state of the HiveMQ cluster and the timestamp when the cluster is started or stopped. The following states are possible:

  • Running

  • Deleted

To update the state information that is shown, select Refresh.

Port (TLS)

The secure port that your MQTT clients use to connect to your HiveMQ cluster.

Started

The timestamp when the cluster was created.

Available Actions

Item Description

Refresh

Updates the page with a fresh snapshot of your account information.

Create Cluster

Opens a dialog to create a new HiveMQ cluster.

Manage Cluster

Opens the Cluster Details page for the selected HiveMQ cluster. Cluster details are available for each running cluster.

Control Center

Opens the login dialog for the HiveMQ Control Center. To access the HiveMQ Control Center for the cluster, enter the control center credentials that you defined when you created the cluster. You can create or edit your control center credentials at any time from the Credentials tab.

Delete Cluster

After a confirmation request, this action permanently deletes the entire cluster. Billing for the cluster is calculated to the nearest full hour.

Cluster Details

The Cluster Details page is accessed from the Manage Cluster action on the Clusters page of an active HiveMQ cluster.

Clusters details

Cluster Details Overview

The Overview tab of the Cluster Details page shows key information and actions for the selected cluster.

Available Overview Information

Item Description

Name

The type of HiveMQ Cloud package and the unique name of the cluster.

URL

The unique URL of the cluster.

Status

The current state of the HiveMQ cluster. For a full list of possible cluster states, see cluster information.

Port (TLS)

The secure port that your MQTT clients use to connect to your HiveMQ cluster.

Started

The timestamp when the cluster was created.

Available Actions

Item Description

Control Center

Opens the login dialog for the HiveMQ Control Center. Enter the control center credentials that you defined when you created the cluster. You can enter or delete these credentials at any time from the Credentials tab.

Delete

After a confirmation request, this action permanently deletes the entire cluster. Billing for the cluster is calculated to the nearest full hour.

Cluster Integrations

The Integrations tab of the Cluster Details page shows information and options to add integrations to the selected HiveMQ cluster.
HiveMQ Cloud provides a flexible and easy integration with your Confluent Cloud Kafka clusters.

Hourly operation charges are as listed and begin when you add the integration. The hourly rate of the selected integration is added to and billed with your HiveMQ Cloud package. For example, an additional $0.50 per hour for Confluent Cloud. Data traffic generated from your integration is also added to and billed with the data traffic from your HiveMQ Cloud package.

To begin an integration with your existing Confluent Cloud Kafka cluster and start your configuration, select Add Integration. A page to configure settings for your Confluent Cloud integration opens.
For more information, see Confluent Cloud Integration Settings.

Cluster Credentials

The Credentials tab of the Cluster Details page is where you can add, view, and edit the MQTT client credentials and HiveMQ control center credentials for the selected cluster.
These credentials can be adjusted or deleted as needed to fulfill your individual use case.

MQTT Credentials

To connect MQTT clients to your cluster, you must create MQTT credentials.

  • In the Add New Credentials fields of the MQTT Credentials area, enter and confirm your password.

  • To save the new MQTT credential, select + Add. Your new credential displays immediately in the Current Credentials area.
    You can add and delete MQTT credentials as desired.

Control Center Credentials

To monitor cluster performance and client activity on your HiveMQ control center, you need to create control center credentials.

  • In the Add New Credentials fields of the Control Center Credentials area, enter and confirm your password.

  • To save the new Control Center credential, select + Add. Your new credential displays immediately in the Current Credentials area.
    You can add and delete HiveMQ Control Center credentials as desired.

Billing

The Billing page of the HiveMQ Cloud console provides detailed information on all current and previous charges to your HiveMQ Cloud account. Charges do not include state or local taxes.

If you have not yet created a cluster and entered your payment information, a form to enter credit card information displays on the Billing page. After you enter your credit card information, the credit card input form no longer displays. To request changes to your payment information, contact cloud@hivemq.com.

Upcoming Invoice

In the Upcoming Invoice area, you can view your month-to-date costs and a detailed breakdown of the current usage charges for each of your clusters.

HiveMQ Cloud features a transparent pricing structure that is easy to calculate. You only pay for the services you use and there are no additional costs or termination fees.
Each cluster costs are calculated per hour of run time. Per cluster, the hourly price includes 1 TB of free data traffic per month and up to 250,000 concurrent client connections. Data usage that exceeds the 1 TB of free data per month per cluster is charged per GB of data.

At the end of the month, the calculation of total hours and total data usage rounds up to the nearest whole number. For example, 75 minutes of run time equals 2 hours of usage. After the 1 TB of free data in a monthly billing period, 850 MB of additional data equals 1 GB of billable data usage (US $0.15).

Available Upcoming Invoice Information

Item Description

Period

Shows the month in which the cost of services you are using are currently being incurred.

Clusters

Shows the total number of clusters to date that were active on your HiveMQ Cloud account in the current billing period. This total includes clusters that were deleted in the current period.

Usage

Shows the total hours to date of run time for all of your clusters in the current billing period.

Traffic

Shows the total volume to date of billable data traffic from all of your clusters in the current billing period. 1 TB of traffic is free per billing period for each cluster. Only the traffic volume that exceeds that amount appears here.

Total

Shows the total cost of your HiveMQ Cloud account to date in the current billing period.

Upcoming Invoice Details:
Item Description

Name

The identifier of the selected cluster.

State

Shows the status of the cluster for billing purposes. The following states are possible:

  • Active: The cluster is currently running.

  • Inactive: The cluster was deleted.

Usage

Shows a breakdown of the total usage for each cluster in the billing period. The following usage details are provided:

  • Usage: The total runtime in hours for each cluster in the billing period.

  • Cost: The price per hour to run the cluster.

  • Price: The total usage cost for each cluster in the billing period.

Traffic

Shows a breakdown of the billable data volume for each cluster in the billing period. The following usage details are provided: * Usage: The total volume of data over the 1 TB of free data that the cluster used billing period. * Cost: The price per GB for data after the I TB of free data per month. * Price: The total cost of data over the 1 TB of free data that the cluster used in the billing period.

Previous Invoices

The Previous Invoices area provides a complete history of your cost and usage on HiveMQ Cloud.

Available Previous Invoices Information

Item Description

Period

The month in which the cost of services were incurred.

Clusters

The total number of clusters that were active in the billing period.

Usage

The total usage in hours for all clusters in the billing period.

Traffic

The total amount of billable traffic above the 1 TB free traffic per cluster in the billing period.

Total

The total charges for all your clusters in the selected billing period.

Invoice

A link to download a pdf of the invoice for the selected billing period.

Previous Invoices (Expanded view)

Item Description

Name a

The identifier of each cluster in the billing period.

State a

The status of the cluster for billing purposes. The following states are possible:

  • Active: The cluster is currently running.

  • Inactive: The cluster was deleted. |Usage a|Shows a breakdown of the total usage for each cluster in the billing period. The following usage details are provided:

  • Usage: The total runtime in hours for each cluster in the billing period.

  • Cost: The price per hour to run the cluster.

  • Price: The total usage cost for each cluster in the billing period. |Traffic a|Shows a breakdown of the billable data volume for each cluster in the billing period.

  • Usage: The total volume of data over the 1 TB of free data that the cluster used in the billing period.

  • Cost: The price per GB for data after the I TB of free data per month.

  • Price: The total cost of data over the 1 TB of free data that the cluster used in the billing period.

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