Find Metabase Database / where Metabase is running

Hi there,

I am trying to work with a metabase account that someone else created.
So I am looking to find out how to upgrade Metabase to the newest version, but there is no information in the Admin center about where Metabase is running (in a Docker container, somewhere else?) or where the database is stored.
Where in Metabase can I find this information?

Best regards, Paula

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Hi @PSelleng
You instance is running on AWS. And the application database is Postgres.
Check your AWS setup by following the domain to find the next breadcrumb.
And you are running the Enterprise edition, but unless you are customer, then you should just be using the open source edition. If you are a customer, then contact support via email.

Thanks a lot!