# Deployment Overview

In this tutorial, you will learn how to view deployment information, obtain connection addresses, view API addresses, etc.

# View deployment information

Here you can view the following deployment information:

  • Cluster status: running status and running time.

  • Number of connections: current number of connections, and the maximum number of device connections supported.

  • Pub&Sub TPS: The peak value contains the total number of messages sent and received per second.

  • Deployment name: the name of the deployment, which can be modified by clicking the edit button on the right.

  • Connection address

    • Professional deployment connection address: IP
    • Basic deployment connection address: domain ending with emqx.cloud suffix
  • Connection port:

    • Professional deployment port: 1883(mqtt), 8083(ws) are enabled by default, you can enable 8883(mqtts) and 8084(wss)through Configuring TLS/SSL
    • Basic deployment port: open 1xxxx(mqtt), 1xxxx(mqtts), 8083(ws), 8084(wss) by default


# TLS/SSL Configuration


This feature is not available in standard deployment.

EMQX Cloud provides custom one-way/two-way TLS/SSL authentication, and supports self-signed certificate and CA signed certificate.


# VPC Peering Connection Configuration


This feature is not available in standard deployment

EMQX Cloud supports peering connections with customers' existing VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) for cloud service providers in the same region. A VPC peering connection is a network connection between two VPCs. Through this connection, the instances in the two VPCs can communicate with each other as if they were in the same network.



EMQX Cloud provides REST API to achieve integration with external systems, such as querying client information, publishing messages, and creating rules.