Managing Resources

Learn about how to view, edit, move, and delete resources in the Anomaly Detection service.

Resources include projects, private endpoints, data assets, and models.

Ensure that you have created the required Anomaly Detection service policies.

Viewing Resource Information

Review the details for your Anomaly Detection projects, models, data assets, and private endpoints.

On each information page, you can edit, move, or delete the selected resource.

Viewing Project Information

To open a project's detail page, you can click the project's name, or use the Actions menu next to the name, and click View Details.

From the Project Information tab, you can view these details:

Description:

A description of the project if one was defined.

OCID

A shortened version of the OCID is displayed. You can use the Show and Hide links to toggle the display of the full OCID. Use the Copy link to save the entire OCID to your clipboard to paste it elsewhere. For example, you could paste into a file and save it, then use it in your model scripts.

Created On:

The date and time when the project was created.

Created By:

A shortened version of the OCID user that created the model. You can use the Show and Hide links to toggle the display of the full OCID user. Use the Copy link to save the entire OCID user to your clipboard to paste it elsewhere. For example, you could paste into other Anomaly Detection dialogs.

Viewing Private Endpoints

When you click Private Endpoints from the service home page, it lists any private endpoints for the project with the status and the day and time it was created.

All private endpoints created in Anomaly Detection are listed in the Private Endpoints page. To view details for a specific private endpoint, click the private endpoint name. The private endpoint details page displays. Alternatively, click the Actions menu for the private endpoint and click View Details.

A private endpoint can be in one of the following statuses:

Creating
The private endpoint is being created.
Active
The private endpoint is successfully created and ready for use.
Updating
The private endpoint details, such as name, DNS zones, or compartment, are being updated.
Moving
The private endpoint is being moved to a new compartment.
Deleting
The private endpoint is being deleted.
Deleted
The private endpoint is successfully deleted.
Failed
The private endpoint was not created, updated, or deleted successfully.

Use Create Private Endpoint to add a private endpoint to the compartment.

Note

There is a maximum of three endpoints that can be created in a compartment.

Viewing Data Assets

When you click Data Assets from a project information page, it lists the data assets for model with the status and the day and time it was created.

Use Create Data Asset to add an asset to the model.

Viewing Models

On your project's home page, click Models.

The model information tab displays the model information, such as the model type, directory, training data asset, description, created by, created on, OCID, and MSET information.

From a Models page, you can:

  • Use Create and Train Model to start a new model.

  • Select a model to view its details and work with it.

  • Use the Actions menu to view model information, edit it, move it to a different compartment, or delete it.

  • For an OCID: you can use Show to see the full name of the user that created the notebook session. Use Copy to copy the name to your clipboard to use elsewhere.

  • Use Data Assets to work with data assets.

  • Use the List Scope filter to view models associated with your selected project in another compartment.

  • Filter models by status using the State list. The default is to view all status types.

  • You can filter models based on their tags by clicking add or clear next to Tag Filters.

Viewing a Models Information

Each models information page contains the same information as the Models though only for the selected model.

Editing Resources

Go to the information page for the resource you want to edit.

You can either click the name of the resource or the Actions menu, and click Edit. You can change the name and description (if offered) of the resource, and then click Save Changes to save your changes.

Moving Resources

Go to the information page for the resource you want to move.

You can move a resource from its current compartment to a different one.

For example, you may want to move a project to promote it from a development compartment to production compartment, or you could change the visibility of the project.

You can click the name, or the Actions menu and click Move Resource. Select the destination compartment and click Move Resource.

Moving a project does not move any of its models to the new compartment.

Deleting Resources

To delete a resource, it cannot be associated with any children Anomaly Detection resources. For example, to be able to delete a project, you must first delete the models associated with the project. Data asset resources don't have to be deleted.

Go to the information page for the resource you want to delete.

You can click the name of the resource, or click the Actions menu and click Delete to delete it. You have to enter the name of the resource to delete it. Include any spaces and note that the entry is case insensitive.

The state of the resource becomes deleting during the delete operation. The service checks for the absence of associated resources. If successful, the resource status is updated to deleted. The process stops if an error occurs or you don't have permission to delete a resource. Resources deleted up to that point cannot be restored.

When a resource is deleted, you can only view its details.