Manage your consortium network

View node access details

If you are an invited member of a consortium project, you will be able to see the basic access information of other nodes in the project.

To view your node access details:

  1. Click your project.
  2. Click your network.
  3. Click the node name.
  4. On the page opened, scroll to the bottom.

View service nodes

Consortium networks are deployed with peer nodes and service nodes.

The service nodes are read-only and provide consortium network services.

To view service nodes:

  1. Click your project.
  2. Click your network.
  3. Click Service nodes.
  4. Click the node name.

Invite a member to the project

In a consortium project, you can always invite a member who will:

  • Deploy nodes and networks as part of your project.
  • Access the project's nodes and networks details.

To invite a member:

  1. Click a project.
  2. Click Members > Invite member.

This will send an email invitation to join the project.

Invite a user to the organization

You can invite a user to your organization and assign one of the following roles:

  • Admin — the role can access and change the organization's billing settings, invite users, create and delete projects, deploy and delete nodes and networks, change user roles
  • Editor — the role can create and delete projects, deploy and delete nodes and networks
  • Viewer — the role can view existing projects, nodes, and networks

For full role details, see Explaining organizations, users, and members.

To invite a user to your organization:

  1. Click Settings > Organization.
  2. Click Invite user.
  3. Provide the user email address.
  4. Select the role Admin, Editor, or Viewer.
  5. Click Invite.

This will send an email invitation to join the organization.

Manage your organization integrations

You can add the following Kubernetes clusters as an integration to deploy your nodes and networks to:

While Chainstack supports Amazon EKS out of the box, to add other Kubernetes clusters, please contact us.

The integrations feature is available on the Business and Enterprise subscription plans.

For instructions on how to create an IAM user with programmatic access, node group size requirements, and how to set up your Amazon EKS cluster for Chainstack integration, see Setting up an Amazon EKS cluster to integrate with Chainstack.

Add Amazon EKS as an integration

  1. On Chainstack, click Integrations.
  2. Provide any name.
  3. Under Type, select Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service.
  4. Select the region where you have a deployed Amazon EKS service.
  5. Provide the access key and secret of the user you have specifically created for the Chainstack integration.
  6. Provide the Kubernetes namespace you have specifically created for the Chainstack integration.
  7. Provide any domain name for the deployment. This domain name will be a part of your node's endpoint URL.
  8. Click Add connection.

Once the integration is validated, you can use it to deploy your nodes and networks.

Delete an integration

  1. On Chainstack, click Integrations.
  2. Select an integration.
  3. Click Edit > Delete.

This will delete Chainstack-added Pods from the cluster. This will not delete the cert-manager.