Managing a team > Managing subscriptions (FileMaker Cloud)
 

Managing subscriptions (FileMaker Cloud)

Note  The following information is for FileMaker Cloud team managers.

The Subscription > Summary tab displays information about the current team’s subscription, including:

the team ID, an identification number for the team

When a user requests to transfer in to the team, they will need to know the team ID. See Responding to transfer requests.

information about the terms of the subscription, including the contract number, license key, the contract’s start date, and when the subscription will expire

statistics about the subscription:

 

Statistic

Indicates

Licensed users

The number of licensed users in the current team out of the number of licenses allocated for the subscription. Each licensed user is assigned one team license.

FileMaker Data API / OData annual limit

The amount of FileMaker Data API data, Open Data Protocol data, or both, transmitted in the current license period out of the annual limit allocated for the subscription (in GB). The limit is automatically reset annually, based on the subscription's start date.

FileMaker Data Storage

The amount of FileMaker Data Storage space being used out of the total amount of space available (in GB). FileMaker Cloud uses FileMaker Data Storage for database files (custom apps) and for container data that's configured to be stored externally.

As the amount of available space reaches its limit, you begin receiving notifications. To create more space, either delete some data or increase your storage. See Upgrading your subscription (FileMaker Cloud).

Cloud compute

The current compute (instance) type and size. (See the table below.)

This table summarizes the compute types supported by FileMaker Cloud. To upgrade your subscription, see Upgrading your subscription (FileMaker Cloud).

 

Type

Use for

vCPU

Memory (GB)

Medium

Large

Small to medium databases; low-latency interactive applications; virtual desktops; development, build, and staging environments; code repositories; and product prototypes

 2

 2

 4

 8

X Large

Medium databases; low-latency interactive applications; virtual desktops; development, build, and staging environments; code repositories; and product prototypes

 4

16

2X Large

3X Large

4X Large

Medium to large databases, web and application servers, gaming servers, caching fleets, and running backend servers

 4

 8

16

16

32

64

Notes 

You can download FileMaker software on the Subscription > Downloads tab. See Downloading FileMaker software (FileMaker Cloud).

You can prevent users from downloading FileMaker software. For example, prevent software downloads when you want to first test the software with your infrastructure and existing custom apps. See Changing settings for FileMaker Customer Console (FileMaker Cloud).