Elastic IPs Limit Reached
Before deploying a Cluster to your Private VPC, Upsolver allocates Elastic IPs to make sure that servers are discoverable. For API and Query clusters this is mandatory,
For Compute Clusters, this is optional and can be edited from the UI by navigating to the Compute Cluster, clicking on the caret next to the "Stop" button, clicking on "Edit" and then un-checking the "Elastic IPs" checkbox. Please note that when the "Elastic IPs" option is off, external resources (e.g. Redshift or Elasticsearch) will not be able to recognize the Compute Cluster servers by their IPs.
For Compute or Query Clusters that have Auto Scaling turned on, Upsolver will allocate Elastic IPs for that cluster according the maximum number of servers.
For Compute clusters that have additional processing units for replay, Upsolver will allocate Elastic IPs for those processing units as well.
The number of Elastic IPs that an account in AWS can allocate is limited per region. You can raise the limit of Elastic IPs by sending a request to Amazon Web Services via this form: In the Limit Type, select "Elastic IPs" and choose the relevant region.
In case that Upsolver will not be able to allocate Elastic IPs because the limit is exceeded, a notification will pop up that will link you to this page.