Using the Dashboard
Note: In order to have read and write access to a Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF service instance, you must have the
SpaceDeveloper role in the space where the service instance was created. If you have only the
SpaceAuditor role in the space where the service instance was created, you have only read (not write) access to the service instance.
To find the dashboard, navigate in Pivotal Cloud Foundry® Apps Manager to the Data Flow service instance’s space, click the listing for the service instance, and then click Manage.
If you are using version 6.8.0 or later of the Cloud Foundry Command Line Interface tool (cf CLI), you can also use
cf service SERVICE_NAME, where
SERVICE_NAME is the name of the Data Flow service instance:
$ cf service data-flow Showing info of service data-flow in org myorg / space dev as user... name: data-flow service: p-dataflow bound apps: tags: plan: standard description: Deploys Spring Cloud Data Flow servers to orchestrate data pipelines documentation: dashboard: https://p-dataflow.apps.example.com/instances/2c9a66d3-99d8-458c-860d-01e7ac64eb1d/dashboard Showing status of last operation from service data-flow... status: create succeeded message: Created started: 2018-05-17T19:02:04Z updated: 2018-05-17T19:08:14Z
Visit the URL given for “Dashboard”.
The dashboard provides an overview of registered applications, stream and task definitions, and batch jobs. It also provides controls for deploying streams, launching tasks, and restarting batch job executions.
For complete information about the dashboard and its provided functionality, see the OSS Spring Cloud Data Flow project’s documentation.