Chapter 6. Usage data collection

Red Hat OpenShift AI administrators can choose whether to allow Red Hat to collect data about OpenShift AI usage in their cluster. Collecting this data allows Red Hat to monitor and improve our software and support. For further details about the data Red Hat collects, see Usage data collection notice for OpenShift AI.

Usage data collection is enabled by default when you install OpenShift AI on your OpenShift cluster.

See Disabling usage data collection for instructions on disabling the collection of this data in your cluster. If you have disabled data collection on your cluster, and you want to enable it again, see Enabling usage data collection for more information.

6.1. Usage data collection notice for OpenShift AI

In connection with your use of this Red Hat offering, Red Hat may collect usage data about your use of the software. This data allows Red Hat to monitor the software and to improve Red Hat offerings and support, including identifying, troubleshooting, and responding to issues that impact users.

What information does Red Hat collect?

Tools within the software monitor various metrics and this information is transmitted to Red Hat. Metrics include information such as:

  • Information about applications enabled in the product dashboard.
  • The deployment sizes used (that is, the CPU and memory resources allocated).
  • Information about documentation resources accessed from the product dashboard.
  • The name of the notebook images used (that is, Minimal Python, Standard Data Science, and other images.).
  • A unique random identifier that generates during the initial user login to associate data to a particular username.
  • Usage information about components, features, and extensions.
Third Party Service Providers
Red Hat uses certain third party service providers to collect the telemetry data.
Security
Red Hat employs technical and organizational measures designed to protect the usage data.
Personal Data
Red Hat does not intend to collect personal information. If Red Hat discovers that personal information has been inadvertently received, Red Hat will delete such personal information and treat such personal information in accordance with Red Hat’s Privacy Statement. For more information about Red Hat’s privacy practices, see Red Hat’s Privacy Statement.
Enabling and Disabling Usage Data
You can disable or enable usage data by following the instructions in Disabling usage data collection or Enabling usage data collection.

6.2. Enabling usage data collection

Red Hat OpenShift AI administrators can choose whether to allow Red Hat to collect data about OpenShift AI usage in their cluster. Usage data collection is enabled by default when you install OpenShift AI on your OpenShift cluster. If you have disabled data collection previously, you can re-enable it by following these steps.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to Red Hat OpenShift AI.
  • You are part of the administrator group for OpenShift AI in your OpenShift Cluster.

Procedure

  1. From the OpenShift AI dashboard, click SettingsCluster settings.
  2. Locate the Usage data collection section.
  3. Select the Allow collection of usage data checkbox.
  4. Click Save changes.

Verification

  • A notification is shown when settings are updated: Settings changes saved.

6.3. Disabling usage data collection

Red Hat OpenShift AI administrators can choose whether to allow Red Hat to collect data about OpenShift AI usage in their cluster. Usage data collection is enabled by default when you install OpenShift AI on your OpenShift cluster.

You can disable data collection by following these steps.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to Red Hat OpenShift AI.
  • You are part of the administrator group for OpenShift AI in your OpenShift cluster.

Procedure

  1. From the OpenShift AI dashboard, click SettingsCluster settings.
  2. Locate the Usage data collection section.
  3. Deselect the Allow collection of usage data checkbox.
  4. Click Save changes.

Verification

  • A notification is shown when settings are updated: Settings changes saved.