Managing Resource Tags Using the Console
The following is an example of the Manage Tags window for an Amazon Redshift resource, such as a cluster or a parameter group.
You use the Add Tags section to add key pairs to an Amazon Redshift resource. When you begin entering a key pair in the Add Tags section, a new row will appear so that you can add another key pair, and so on. For more information about allowed characters for keys and values, see Tagging Requirements.
If you decide that you don't want to add a particular tag to the resource, you can remove it from the Add Tags section by clicking the X in the row. Once you have specified the key pairs that you want to add, you apply the changes so that they are associated with the resource.
After you add key pairs to a resource, they display in the Applied Tags section; this is the tag set for the resource. You can modify a tag value, but you can't modify the key name. You can, however, delete a key if you no longer need it for the resource.
You can view the tags for a resource by reviewing the Applied Tags section of the Manage Tags window. Alternatively, you can quickly view tags by navigating to a resource type in the navigation pane, and then expanding the resource in the list to view the Tags section. The following is an example of a cluster expanded to show various properties, including tags associated with the cluster.
How To Open the Manage Tags Window
The following table describes how to open the Manage Tags window for each of the Amazon Redshift resources that support tags.
|Cluster||In the left navigation pane, click Clusters and select a cluster from the list. Then click Manage Tags.|
|Snapshot||In the left navigation pane, click Snapshots and select a snapshot from the list. Then click Actions, and click Manage Tags from the menu.|
|Cluster Security Group||In the left navigation pane, click Security. On the Security Groups tab, select a security group from the list. Then click Manage Tags.|
|Cluster Security Group Ingress Rule||In the left navigation pane, click Security. On the Security Groups tab, click a security group in the list. On the Security Group Connections page, select an ingress rule and then click Manage Tags.|
|Subnet Group||In the left navigation pane, click Security. On the Subnet Groups tab, select a subnet group from the list. Then click Manage Tags.|
|HSM Connection||In the left navigation pane, click Security. On the HSM Connections tab, select a connection from the list. Then click Manage Tags.|
|HSM Certificate||In the left navigation pane, click Security. On the HSM Certificates tab, select a certificate from the list. Then click Manage Tags.|
|Parameter Group||In the left navigation pane, click Parameter Groups and select a parameter group from the list. Then click Manage Tags.|
How to Manage Tags in the Amazon Redshift Console
Use the table in the previous section to navigate to the resource that you want to work with, and then use the procedures in this section to add, modify, delete, and view tags for the resource.
To add tags to a resource
Navigate to the resource to which you want to add tags, and open the Manage Tags window.
Under Add Tags, type a key name in the Key box and the key value in the Value box. For example, type
environmentin the Key box and
productionin the Value box. Repeat this step to add any additional tags.
Click Apply Changes.
To modify tags associated with a resource
Navigate to the resource for which you want to modify tags, and open the Manage Tags window.
Under Applied Tags, locate the key that you want to modify. In the Value box, type a new key value. Repeat for any other tags that you want to modify.
Click Apply Changes.