Inficloud Cloud Services

iCompute

On-Demand Instance

Spot Instance

Auto Scaling

iStorage

Object Storage

Block Storage

Backup's

iNetwork

Virtual Network

Load Balancer

Security Group

Monitoring

Cloud Monitor

Cloud Logs

Alarms

Launch Instance

Each Instance you create is a new server for your personal use. This tutorial will walk you through creating and accessing your first Instance.

Step 1 - Create Instance

Click Launch Instance button in the top right, to create new Instance.

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Step 2 - Choosing a Boot Source

To change the boot source, click drop-down button to see the available sources. Here two options are available. One is Image and the other is Instance Snapshot. If you select the Image as a boot source then you will see the list of images at the bottom of the page. Else if you select the instance snapshot, you will see the list of available snapshots at the bottom of page. According to your requirement, choose either Image or Snapshot from the available list.

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Step 3 - Choosing an Instance Flavor

The next configuration section allows you to choose the size of your Instance, i.e. the amount of RAM and storage space it has. Standard plans begin with 512 MB of RAM, 1 vCPU, 5 GB of SSD disk, and run all the way to 4 GB of RAM, 4 CPUs, 12 GB of SSD. Depending on your needs and budget, select an Instance Flavor option that works best for you. Click Select button.

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Step4 - Creating an Instance

The next configuration section allows you to choose the additional options for your instance. The most popular defaults are pre-selected, so you can scroll straight to the end and click Launch Instance. Alternatively, if you choose to customize your instance, you can change the name of Instance/Network/Keypair so on. Please note that you can create up to 10 instances at a time. Choose suitable fields to your instance. Select additional options such as System Controlled and Enable Monitoring as per your requirment. Once you have selected your options, click Launch Instance.

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Step 5 - Processing

Once you click Launch Instance button, a pop-up window will appear on screen with the message of either Success or Failure. Click the OK button. A pop-up window will disappear.

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You can view that the process is going on, while current Instance status is BUILD. Once the process is complete, the status will turn to ACTIVE.

Step 6 - Viewing an Instance Detail

To view the details of the created Instance, click on the name of the Instance.

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After clicking on instance name, it takes fractions of seconds to load data. The next page will show the details of the Instance. Here you will be able to view the instance details such as Flavour Type, Volume Details, Security Group, Fixed IP etc.

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2. Instance Actions

  • 2.1 - Shut Down Server

    Step 1 - Shut Down Server Action

    As you click on the Action button, you can see the drop-down list with various actions that can be performed on the Instance. You can see server status as Active. In order to Shut Down Server, click on Shut Down Server and a pop-up window of Success will appear.

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    You will get a pop-up window of Success. Click on OK button.

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    Step 2 - Viewing Changed Instance Status

    After clicking on OK button, a pop-up window will disappear. It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is complete, you can see the changed instance status to SHUTOFF.

    instance Flavor
  • 2.2 - Start Server

    Step 1 - Start Server Action

    Click on Action drop-down, you will see the different actions list according to the status like Create a Snapshot, Start Server, Shelve Server, Force- Delete Server. Click on Start Server.

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    After clicking on Start Server action, you will get a pop-up of success message. Click on OK button.

    instance Flavor

    Step 2 - Viewing Changed Status

    As you can see, the Instance status is changed to Active.

    instance Flavor
  • 2.3 - Create Snapshot

    Step 1 - Create Snapshot Action

    Clicking on Action button it will show you the various actions, according to the status of instance. Choose one of the actions i.e Create Snapshot.

    instance Flavor

    Step 2 - Configuration of Create Snapshot

    Once you click Create Snapshot, you will get a pop-up window where you enter Snapshot Name. Then click on Create button.

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    Step 3- Creating Snapshot

    After clicking on Create button, you will see the process is going on as in the below image.

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    Step 4 - Viewing Snapshot Details

    Once the process is complete, in order to view the details of created snapshot, click on Compute (in the side menu on the left hand side), next click on Images. Here you will be able to view the created snapshot.

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  • 2.4 - Pause Server

    Step 1 - Pause Server Action

    Clicking on Action it will show you the various actions, according to the status of instance. Choose one of the actions i.e Pause Server. Click on that.

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    Step 2 - Processing

    After clicking on Pause Server action, you will get a pop-up of success. Click on OK button.

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    Step 3 - Viewing Changed Instance Status

    It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is finished, Instance status is changed to PAUSED.

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  • 2.5 - Un-Pause Server

    Step 1 - Un-Pause Server Action

    If instance status is in Pause, action drop-down will show you various actions like Un-Pause server, Force-Delete Server. Click on Un-Pause server action.

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    After clicking on Un-Pause Server action, you will get a pop-up of success message. Click on OK button.

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    Instance status is changed to Active.

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  • 2.6 - Suspend Server

    Step 1 - Suspend Server Action

    Clicking on Action it will show you the various actions, click on Suspend Server. The process will start.

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    As you click on Suspend Server action, you will get a pop-up of success message. Click on OK button.

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    Step 2 - Viewing Changed Status

    It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is finished, instance status is changed to SUSPENDED.

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  • 2.7 - Resume Server

    Step 1 - Resume Server Action

    If instance status is in SUSPENDED, action drop-down will show you various actions like Resume Server, Shelve Server, Force-Delete Server. Click on Resume Server action.

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    After clicking on Resume Server, you will get a pop-up of success. Click on OK button.

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    Step 2 - Viewing Changed Status

    As you can see Instance status changed to Active.

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  • 2.8 - Shelve Server

    Step 1 - Shelve Server Action

    Clicking on Action, it will show you the various actions. Click on Shelve Server action.

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    Step 2 - Processing

    Clicking on Shelve Server, you will get a pop-up of success. Click on OK button.

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    Here, you can see the process is going on. It will take some time to complete the process.

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    Step 3 - Viewing Changed Status

    It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is finished, instance status changed as SHELVED_OFFLOADED.

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  • 2.9 - Un-Shelve Server

    Step 1 - Un-Shelve Server Action

    If instance status is in SHELVED_OFFLOADED, action drop-down will show you various actions like Un-Shelve Server, Force-Delete Server. Click on Un-Shelve Server action.

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    After clicking on Un-Shelve Server action, you will get a pop-up of success message. Click on OK button.

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    You can see Instance status is changed to Active.

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  • 2.10 - Attach Volume

    Step 1 - Attach volume to Server Action

    Clicking on Action it will show you the various actions, click on Attach Volume.

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    After clicking on Attach Volume, next page will allow you to choose some advanced options. Select volume from the available list and choose which volume you want to attach with the instance. Click on Attach Volume.

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    Step 2 - Viewing Details

    For details, click on Instance Name.

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    You can see the attached volumes to instance, in the red marked box.

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  • 2.11 - Detach Volume

    Step 1 - Detach volume from Server Action

    As you click on Action, it will show you the various actions. Click on Detach Volume.

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    After clicking on Detach Volume action, select the volume that you want to detach from the instance. Click on Detach Volume button.

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    Step 2 - Viewing Details

    For viewing details, click on Instance Name.

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    Once you click on Instance Name, you can view under instance detail page that the volume has been detached, as seen in the red marked box below.

    instance Flavor
  • 2.12 - Force-Delete Server

    Step 1 - Delete Server Action

    As you click on Action, it will show you the various actions. Click on Force-Delete Server.

    instance Flavor

After clicking on Force-Delete Server action, you will get one alert with message Are you sure, you want Force-Delete server?. If you are sure, click on OK.

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Here, you can see instance is deleted successfully.

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1. Launch Spot Instance

Step 1 - Showing a Pricing History

Click on Pricing History button.

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As you click on Pricing History button, it will show you the available bidding list.

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Step 2 - Launch a Spot Request Instance

To create Spot Requests, click Request Spot Instances button in the right top corner.

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Step 3 - Choosing a Boot Source

To change the boot source, click the drop-down button to see the available sources. Here two options are available. One is Image and the other is Instance Snapshot. If you select the Image as a boot source, then you will see the list of images at the bottom of the page. Else if you select the instance snapshot, you will see the list of available snapshots at the bottom of a page. According to your requirement, choose either Image or Snapshot from the available list.

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Step 4 - Choosing an Instance Flavor

The next configuration section allows you to choose the size of your Instance, i.e. the amount of RAM and storage space it has. Standard plans begin with 512 MB of RAM, 1vCPU, 5 GB of SSD Disk, and run all the way to 4 GB of RAM, 4 vCPUs, 12 GB of SSD. Depending on your needs and budget, select an instance flavor option that works best for you. Click the Select button.

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Step 5 - Creating a Spot Instance

The next configuration section allows you to choose advanced options for your Spot Instance. Some fields are already defined. You can customize fields, according to your need. Enter Spot Instance name. You can create up to 10 spot instances at a time. Choose Network and Key pairs from the drop-down list. You can choose Auto bidding Enabled or Disable. If you select Enabled, it will take automatically else you need to enter bidding price. As per requirement, click Launch Spot Instance button at the bottom of a page.

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Step 6 - Processing

After clicking on Launch Spot Instance, you will get one a pop-up will appear on screen. It will show message: Instance request queued. Click on OK button.

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After clicking on OK button,the window will disappear. Still, the process is going on. You have to wait until, it complete.

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Once the process is completed, newly created Spot Request Instance status is Active.

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Step 7 - Viewing a Spot Instance Details

For viewing a spot Instance details, click on the name of Spot Instance.

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After clicking on the name of Spot Instance, next page will show you all details such as Overview of Spot Instance, Fixed IP, Meta Data and Floating Ip information.

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2. Spot Instance Actions

    2.1 Shut-Down Action

    Step 1 - Shut-Down Action

    Click on Action,the drop-down will show different actions such as Shut Down Server, Allocate Floating Ip and Force-Delete Server. Click on Shut Down Server action.

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    After clicking on Shut Down Server action,an alert window will a pop-up on screen with the message: Are you sure you want to Shut Down Server Spot Request?. If you are sure to Shut Down Server, click on OK button.

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    You will get a pop-up of success message, click on OK button.

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    Step 2 - Viewing Changed Status

    Here, you can see Spot Request Instance status as SHUTOFF.

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    2.2 Start Server

    Step 1- Start Server Action

    Spot Request Instance status is SHUTOFF, click on the Action. Under action drop-down, it shows two actions such as Start Server and Force-Delete Server Click on Start Server action.

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    After clicking on Start Server action, you will get Alert window with the message: Are you sure you want to Start Server Spot Request?. If you are sure, click on OK.

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    After clicking on OK button, you will see a pop-up of success. Click on Ok button.

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    Step 2 - Viewing Changed Status

    Here, you can see Spot Request Instance status as Active.

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    2.3 Force-Delete Server

    Step 1- Force-Delete Server Action

    Click on Action, under action drop-down, it shows actions such as Shut Down Server, Allocate Floating IP and Force-Delete Server Click on Force-Delete Server action.

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    After clicking on Force-Delete Server action, you will get Alert window with the message:Are you sure you want to Force-Delete Server Spot Request?. If you are sure, click on OK.

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    After clicking on OK button, you will see a pop-up of success. Click on Ok button.

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    Here, you can see Spot Request Instance is Deleted Successfully.

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OS Image

Step 1 - Create Image

Click Create Image button to create a new image.

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Step 2 - Configuration of an Image

Specify the name of an image. Select the disk format and container format from the available list of disks and containers respectively. Under visibility, you can check Private and Not Private as per your requirement. Choose file from system and upload it. Click Create Image button to create a new Image. It will take some time to complete the process. Once the process is complete, you will see the newly created image with the available list.

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Step 3 - Viewing an Image Detail

For image details, click on Image Name.

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After clicking on name of an image, you will get whole details regarding image like name, size, created date and so on.

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1.Volume

Introduction

Inficloud's Block Storage allows you to create and attach additional storage volumes to your instances. Volumes are an independent resource that can be moved from one instance to another within the same datacenter. Attached volumes act like locally connected storage drives, allowing you to manage them with the same tools and techniques.

Step 1 - Create Volume

To create a new Volume, click on Create Volume button.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Volume

Specify the name of the Volume and write the description. Select volume source from the available list of sources such as "No source, empty volume", Image, Snapshot, and Volume. Available Volume Sources are shown in below image.

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  • Step 2.1 - Choosing Volume Source as "No Source,empty volume"

    Select Volume Source from the available list of sources such as "No source, empty volume", Image, Snapshot and Volume. Click on "No source, empty volume".

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    After clicking on "No source, empty volume", enter volume size. Entered Volume size should be in given range, i.e. 1GB to 16384GB. Click on Create Volume button.

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  • Step 2.2 - Choosing Volume Source as Image

    Select Volume Source from the available list of sources such as "No source, empty volume", Image, Snapshot and Volume. Click on Image.

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    After clicking on Image as a source, select Image from the available list. Enter volume size, entered Volume size should be in the given range, i.e. 1GB to 16384GB. Click on Create Volume button.

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  • Step 2.3 - Choosing Volume Source as Snapshot

    Select Volume Source from the available list of sources such as "No source, empty volume", Image, Snapshot and Volume. Click on Snapshot.

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    After clicking on Snapshot as the source, select Snapshot from the available list. Enter volume size entered Volume size should be in the given range, i.e. 1GB to 16384GB. Click on Create Volume button.

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  • Step 2.4 - Choosing Volume Source as Volume

    Select Volume Source from available list of sources such as "No source, empty volume", Image, Snapshot and Volume. Click on Volume.

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    After clicking on Volume as the source, select Volume from the available list. Enter volume size, entered Volume size should be in the given range, i.e. 1GB to 16384GB. Click on Create Volume button.

    configure volume

Step 3 - Processing

After clicking on the Create Volume button, it will show you a pop-up window with a Success message. Click on OK button.

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Once the process is completed, you can see the newly created Volume. Status is Available and not attached to Instance.

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Step 4 - Viewing Details

To view details, click on name of Volume.

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The next page will show you the details of Volume like the name of Volume, Size, Attachments, etc. Click on Back button to go on to the home page.

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2. Volume Actions

2.1 - Attaching Volume

Introduction

The benefit of a Block Storage Volume is being able to move it from one Instance to another. A Volume can only be attached to one Instance at a time, so to move it, you would first detach it if needed, then attach it to the new Instance. This can all be managed from the Volumes Page.

    Step 1 - Actions on Volume

    As you click on Action, you will be able to view the drop-down list of actions such as Attach/Detach Volume, Delete Volume and Extend Volume. These actions totally depend on the current Status of Volume. Click on Attach Volume.

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    Step 2 - Configuration of Attach Volume

    The next configuration section allows you to choose advanced options to Attach Volume. Select Instance from the drop-down list, where you can attach a Volume. Click Attach Volume button.

    configure volume

    Step 3 - Attached Volume Details

    Once the process is completed, you can see Volume Status is turned to in-use and successfully attached to Instance.

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    To view details, click on name of Volume.

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    Here, you can see Volume Status is in-use. In Attachments section, it shows you attached Instance Name.

    configure volume

2.2 - Detaching Volume

Step 1 - Detaching Volume

After clicking on Action button, choose a Detach volume action.

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Step 2 - Processing

After clicking on Detach Volume action, it will take some time to complete the process. Once it's completed, you will get a pop-up message of success. Click on OK button.

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Step 3 - Viewing Details of Volume

As you can see here, Volume Detached Successfully and Volume Status is Available.

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For details, click on name of Volume.

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In Attachments section, volume is not attached to any instance.

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2.3 - Extend Volume

    Step 1 - Action on Volume

    After clicking on Action button, choose Extend Step 1 - Action on Volumeolume action.

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    Step 2 - Resizing Volume

    After clicking on Extend volume option, the next configuration section allows you to choose advanced options to Extend volume. Here the name of the volume and its size is pre-defined. Entered volume size should be greater than the old Volume size. Click Extend button. It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is complete, it will show a pop-up message of success: Volume Extended Successfully.

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    Step 3 - Viewing Details of Volume

    In below image, you can see Extended Volume Size.

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2.4 - Deleting Volume

    Step 1 - Delete Volume

    After clicking on Action button, choose Delete Volume action.

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    After clicking on Delete Volume option, it will show you alert message Are you sure you want to Delete Volume?. If you are sure, then click on OK button.

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    It will show a pop-up message of success: Volume deleted successfully. Click on OK button.

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    It will take some time to the process. Here, still the process is going on.

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    In list, Volume is deleted successfully.

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Snapshot

Step 1 - Create Snapshot

To create a new snapshot, click on Create Snapshot button.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Snapshot

Select volume from the drop-down list, specify the name of the snapshot and write the description about the snapshot. Next click on the Create Snapshot button.

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Step 3 - Processing

After clicking on Create Snapshot, you will get a pop-up of success. Click on OK.

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Currently the process is going on and Snapshot status is "creating".

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Once the process is completed, Snapshot status is turned to available.

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Step 4 - Viewing Details of Snapshot

To viewing details of newly created Snapshot, click on name of Snapshot.

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After clicking on the name of Snapshot, next page will show you the details of Snapshot such as name of the snapshot, size, status and specs information etc. Click on the Back button.

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Step 5 - Delete Snapshot Action

Click on Action, it will show you Delete action. Click on Delete.

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Once you click on Delete action, you will get a pop-up of the alert message: Are you sure you want to Delete Snapshot?. If you are sure, then click on OK button.

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After clicking on OK button, you will get a pop-up of success.

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For deleting snapshot, it will take some time. Here you can see the process is going on.

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Once the process is completed, you can see snapshot is deleted successfully.

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Auto Scaling

Step 1

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Database as service

Step 1: To Create DB Instance

Click on Launch DB Instance button to create new DB Instance.

create cluster
 

Step 2: Choosing an Engine(Database)

Select suitable engine for Db-Instance from available engines. Click on Select button to select engine.

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Step 3: Configuration of DB Instance

This page will allow you to choose advanced options for DB Instance. Select licence model from drop-down list. Select flavor instance from available list and according to ram size, volume size etc. Enter allocated storage size in GB. Specify the DB instance name, admin name. Enter password and confirm password. Click on Next button for next configuration.

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Step 4: Configuration of DB Instance

Select Network Type either External or Internal. If you select Internal, you need to select Virtual Private cloud and Security Groups from drop-down list. If you select network type is External then select security group from available list and enter database name. Click on Launch DB Instance to create DB Instance.

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Step 5: Processing

After clicking on Launch DB Instance, it will take some time to complete the process. You will get a pop-up message of success. Click on OK button. After completion of the process, you will see the created DB Instance.

create container
 

Presently the process is going on. Once it is completed, status will turn to Active.

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Step 6: Viewing Details of DB Instance

For viewing details of DB Instance, click on the name of DB Instance.

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After clicking on name of DB Instance. You will see DB Instance details.

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Run Script

Step 1 - Create Run Script

Click on Create Run Script button in the top right corner of the page. The main usage of the run script is to install the required software on the server.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Run Script

In the configuration page, initially, you have to choose Command Document. Either you can choose RunShellScript or RunPuppetScript. Please specify the name of Run Script. You can run your own commands or else choose existing command source. A select instance from the drop-down list. Type your command in Command box. Click on Run Script button at the bottom right.

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Step 3 - Processing

After clicking on Run Script button. It will take time for processing. Here, still the process is going on.

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Step 4 - Viewing Details of Run Script

Click on name of Run Script. Next page will redirect you to view details of Run Script.

run script
 

This page showing the details of Run Script such as Script name, Stack information, Status etc.

run script

Step 5 - To Delete Run Script

Click on Action. In the drop-drop showing one action i.e. Delete action. Click on Delete action.

run script
 

After clicking on Delete action. Alert window will appear on the screen with the message "Are you sure, you want to Delete?". If you are sure, then click on OK button.

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It will take time for processing, Once the process is finished, you can see selected Run Script is deleted successfully.

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Object Storage

Step 1 - Add Container

Click on Add Container to create new container for storage purpose.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Container

Next configuration page allows you to select advanced options for Container. Specify the name of container and select container access either Public or Not public. Click on Submit to create container.

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Step 3 - Create Folder

Click on created Container to Create or Upload files.Click on Create Folder.

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Step 4 - configuration of Create Folder

Specify the name of Folder. Click on Submit.

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Step 5- To Create Inner Folders

The Folder is created and it is shown in the table. Click on the folder to create or upload folder.

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Step 6

Inside the Folder, you can create or upload Folders. Click on Upload Folder.

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Step 7

The pop-up is opened and click on choose file to Upload files.Click on Submit to Upload the Folder.

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Step 8

The Folder Uploaded is shown in the table and have Download Option.Clicking on Download,it Downloads the object content and gets the object metadata.To Delete Uploaded Folder click on Delete.To back click on the Container.

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Object Storage

Step 1 - Add Container

Click on Add Container to create Container for storage purpose.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Container

Next page allows you to choose advanced options to create container. Provide the container name and access of the file. Choose access of the file is either Public or Not Public. Click on Submit button.

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After clicking on Submit button. You will get a pop-up of Success. Click on OK button.

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Step 3 - Viewing of Container Details

Click on name of Container for Details.

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Clicking on the name of Container. Slide window will show you the details of Container, such as Object Count, size etc.

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Step 4 - To Create Folder

Create the folder for storage purpose, click on plus icon in the top right of the window. Else follow the below image and click on Plus icon to create the folder.

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Step 5 - Configuration of Create Folder

Provide the name of container meanwhile follow the instruction. Click on Submit to create the folder.

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After clicking on Submit. You will get a pop-up of success. Click on OK button.

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Step 6 - To Upload File or Folder in Created Folder

You may upload the file inside the created Folder or else create another folder inside the folder. Using upload button, upload the File in created Folder.

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Next page will show you the configuration of upload file. Choose file from system. Click on Submit button.

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After clicking on Submit button. You will get a pop-up of Success. Click on OK button.

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Step 7 - Delete File

Click on Action, in the drop-down two actions will be there, such as Delete and View. Click on Delete action.

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After clicking on Delete action. You will get the alert message "Are you sure, you want to delete the folder?". If you are sure, click on OK button.

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After clicking on OK button. You will get a pop-up message of Success. Click on OK button.

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Block Storage

Step 1

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Virtual Network

Step 1: Create a Virtual Network

Click on Create Network button, to create new Network.

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Step 2: Configuration of Virtual Network without Subnet

Specify the name of network. Check NO option to continue without subnet. Click on Create to create virtual network. It will take some time to complete the process.

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Step 3: Configuration of Virtual Network with Subnet

Specify the name of network. Select Yes option to create subnet. Select IP Version. Enter name of subnet, enter Network Address, Gateway Address. Enter allocation pools from start to end address. Same enter host routes in that destination and next hop. Click on Create to create virtual network with subnet. It will take some time to complete the process.

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Step 4: Viewing Details of Virtual Network

Click on the name of Virtual Network to view details.

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After clicking on the name of Virtual Network, next page will show you the details of Virtual Network, such as overview of Virtual Network, specs information and pool etc.

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1. Virtual Network

  • 1.1 Creating Virtual Network without Subnet

    Step 1 - Create a Virtual Network without Subnet

    To create a new Network, click on Create Network button.

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    Step 2 - Configuration of Virtual Network without Subnet

    Enter the Network name, select the option NO and click on the Create button. The Network creation the process will take some time.

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    Once the process is completed, you can see newly created Virtual Network status as ACTIVE.

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    Step 3 - Viewing Details of Virtual Network without Subnet

    Click on the name of Virtual Network to view details of the virtual network.

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    After clicking on the name of Virtual Network, next page redirects to the detail page. Detail page show you such as the overview of Virtual Network, Specs Information, Subnets ,and Pools etc.

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  • 1.2 Creating Virtual Network with Subnet

    Step 1 - Create a Virtual Network with Subnet

    Click on Create Network button, to create new Network.

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    Step 2 - Configuration of Virtual Network with Subnet

    Specify the name of the network, choose Yes option to create a subnet. Select IP Version, enter the name of Subnet, Network address, Gateway address. According to your requirement, enter Allocation Pools and Host Routes details. Click on Create to create the virtual network with subnet. It will take some time to complete the process.

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    Step 3 - Viewing Details of Virtual Network with Subnet

    Click on the name of Virtual Network to view details.

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    After clicking on the name of Virtual Network, next page will show you the details of Virtual Network, such as an overview of Virtual Network, Specs information, Subnet ,and Pool etc.

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  • 1.3 Delete Action on Virtual Network

    Step 1 - Delete Action Virtual Network

    Click on Action drop-down, it will show Delete action. Click on Delete action button.

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    After clicking on Delete action button,the alert will appear on the screen with the message "Are you sure, you want to delete Virtual Network?". If you are sure click on OK button.

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    Step 2 - Deleted Successfully

    After clicking on OK button, it will take some time to complete the process. Once it is completed, you will get the Success Alert window. Click on the OK button.

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    Here, you can see selected Virtual Network Deleted Successfully.

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Router

Step 1: Create Router

To create a new Router, click on Create Router button.

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Step 2: Configuration of Router

Specify the name of Router. If you need any external network then select Enable option for external connectivity. Select the external network for the router, if you don't want external network then simply choose Disable option. Select Network interface from the available list, you may select one or more than that clicking on up Arrow. For selected Network Interfaces, IP Address is optional. Click on Create Router button.

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Step 2: Viewing Details of Router

After clicking on Create Router button, it will take some time to complete the process. You will get a pop-up of success, click on ok button. Next click on the name of Router.

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After clicking on the name of Router, next page allows you to view details of Router such as Name, Availability Zone, Status and IP Address etc.

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Firewall

Step 1: Create Firewall

To create firewall, click on Add Firewall button.

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Step 2: Add Access Rule

Access rule represents a logical firewall resource that a tenant can manage. Access rule must be associated with one policy. Specify the access rule name and about description. Click on Next for further configuration.

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Step 3: Configuration of Firewall

Select Routers for access rules from the available routers list. You can add one or more than that using up arrow. Specify the access rule name and about description. Click on Next for further configuration.

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Step 4: Add Access Rule To Firewall

Add access rule to the system. Click on Add Access Rule. Specify the name, select protocol which you want from available protocols. Give action on rules like Allow or Deny. Select IP Version, enter the source IP or subnet address,enter the destination IP address. Enter the port number. You can add more than one access rules to the firewall. Click on Create to create firewall.

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Load Balancer

Step 1: Create Load Balancer

Click on Create Load Balancer button to create Load Balancer.

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Step 2: Configuration of Load balancer

Provide details to the load balancer like name and select subnet from available subnets. Click on Next.

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Step 3: Add Details to Listener

Provide details to the listener. Select the protocol from drop-down list and enter the port number. Select method of load balancer from the drop-down list. Click on Next.

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Step 4: Add Members to Load Balancer

The select instance from available instances. You may select more than one instances using up Arrow. Click on Next.

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Step 5: Configuration of Load Balancer

Provide details to load balancer. Select the monitor type from the drop-down list. At the same time enter time interval, retries and timeout in seconds. In the end, Click on Submit to create new Load Balancer.

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Step 5: Processing

After clicking on Submit to create new Load Balancer. It will take some time to complete the process. You will get a pop-up of success. Click on OK button.

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Step 5: To View Details of Load Balancer

To view details of Load Balancer, click on name of Load Balancer.

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Next page will show you the details of Load Balancer such as the overview of Load Balancer, Pool details, Listeners Details ,and Members etc.

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Security Groups

Step 1 - Create Security Group

To create Security Group, click on Create Security Group button.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Security Group

Enter Security Group Name and description. Click on Create Security Group button.

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Step 3 - Processing

After clicking on Create Security Group, it will take some time to complete the process. Next you will get a pop-up of success. Click on OK button.

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Step 4 - To View of Created Security Group

After clicking on OK button, you will be able to view newly created Security Group in list.

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    2. Security Group Actions

    2.1 Manage Rules

    Step 1 - Manage Rules Action

    Click on Action, under Action you will see actions such as Manage Rules and Delete. Click on Manage Rules.

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    After clicking on Manage Rules, next page will show you available rules.

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    Step 2 - Add Rules

    Click on Add Rules.

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    Step 2 - Configuration of Add Rules

    The configuration page allows you to select some advanced options for the rule. Select Rule from the drop-down list such as Custom TCP Rule, Custom UDP Rule, All ICMP, All TCP, All UDP, DNS, HTTP, HTTPS, MYSQL, SMTP, SMTPS, SSH and Other Protocol. Select Direction from the drop-down lists like Ingress and Egress. Select Remote from drop-down either Security Group or CIDR. Select Security Group from the available drop-down list and select Ether Type. Click on Submit

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    Here, you can see newly created Rule.

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    Step 3 - Delete Rule

    Click on Delete button.

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    As you click on Delete button, you will get Alert window with Message: Are you sure you want to Delete Security Group Rule?. If you are sure, click on OK button.

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    You will get a pop-up window of Success, click on OK button.

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    Here, you will be able to see the selected Rule is deleted successfully.

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    2.2 Delete Security Group

    Step 1 - Delete Security Group

    Click on Action, under action drop-down two actions are available like Manage Rules and Delete. Click on Delete action.

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    After clicking on Delete action, Alert window will a pop-up with the message: Are you sure you want to Delete Security Group?. If you are sure then click on OK button.

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1. Keypair

Step 1 - Create Keypair

Click on Create Keypair to create keypair.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Keypair

Enter Keypair name, click on Create to create a new Keypair.

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Step 3 - To View Details of Keypair

For details, click on the name of Keypair.

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Next page will show you the details of Keypair, such as keypair name, fingerprint, public key etc.

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2. Keypair Actions

  • 2.1. Download Keypair

Step 1 - Download Keypair Action

Click on Action drop-down of created keypair.

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Step 2 - Downloading Keypair

After clicking on Action,the drop-down will show the two actions such as Delete and Download. Click on Download action.

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After clicking on Download action, file downloaded into the Download section of the computer. Open file it looks like given below image. If you want to use keypair, you can import using Import button. For close, click on Close.

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  • 2.2. Delete Keypair

Step 1 - Delete Keypair Action

Click on Action drop-down of the created keypair. You will see the Delete action. Click on Delete action.

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Step 2 - Deleting Keypair

After clicking on Delete action,the alert window will a pop-up with the message "Are you sure, you want to delete keypair?". If you are ok, click on OK button.

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After clicking on the OK button. It will take some time to complete the process. After completing the process, you will get a pop-up window of success. Click on OK.

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After clicking on the OK button, window will disappear. Here you can see selected keypair is deleted successfully.

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Metrics

Step 1 - Enable Metrics

Here you can see only those instances while creating the instance you choose the Cloud Monitoring Enabled. Instance Metrics Enabled status is Disabled.

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Click on Action, in the drop-down it will show you Enable action. Click on Enable action.

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After clicking on Enable action, you will get a pop-up window of success. Click on OK.

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Here, instance Metrics Enabled status turn to Enabled.

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Step 2 - Viewing of Existed Graphs

Click on the name of Instance. Next page redirect to existed graphs.

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Next page redirects to existed graphs. Here some graphs already exists

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Step 3 - Add Graph

Click on Add Graph button in the top right corner of the page.

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Step 4 - Configuration of Graph

After clicking on Add Graph button. Configuration page will allow you to choose some advanced options for Graph. Select Metric Type from the drop-down list such as CPU Idle Time, CPU System Time, SWAP Memory Free etc. If you want to see added graph in dashboard then the select option is Enable or else select Disable. Click on Submit button.

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Step 5 - To View Details of Created Graph

After clicking on the Submit button. It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is done, you will get the simple success message. On the same page, you can see the created graph.

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Step 6 - To Remove Graph

For Removing of any graph, click on [X]close button.

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After clicking on [X]close button,the alert window will appear on the screen with the message"Are you sure, you want to delete graph?". If you are sure, then click on OK button.

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After clicking on the OK button, it will take some to complete the process. Once it is completed, you will get the simple success message. Here, you can see graph is removed successfully.

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Step 7 - To Add Graph to Dashboard

While creating the graph, if you are not selected dashboard controller option is Enable, then only you can add a graph to the dashboard. You can easily find out. Click on Add To Dashboard button of the graph.

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After clicking on Add To Dashboard button,an alert window appears on the screen, with the message Are you sure, you want to add a graph to Dashboard. If you are sure, then click on OK button. Next, you will get a simple success message.

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Step 8 - Viewing of Added Graph to Dashboard

Viewing of the added graph to Dashboard. For that first, go to Compute. Next click on Instances. Next click on On Demand. You will see existed list. Select instance from the list.

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Here, you can see the added graph to Dashboard, under the Monitor tab.

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After clicking on the name of Instance. Here you can the see the details of the instance. Here three tabs are available, click on Monitor tab.

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Cloud Logs

Step 1 - Create Cloud Logs

Click on Create Log Group in the right top corner of the page.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Logs

Configuration page allows you to choose advanced options for creating logs. Specify the log group name. Please select the instance from the available list, using Up Arrow. You can select more than one instances. Click on Create Log Group.

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After clicking on the Create Log Group. It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is completed, you can see the created log.

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Step 3 - Details of Logs

Click on name of Created Log Group.

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Step 4 - To Edit Stream

Click on Edit Stream.

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Step 5 - Configuration of Edit Stream

Specify the name of Stream. Give the file path where you can search stream filter string. Click on [+]Add Filter Match. Enter the specific string for the filter, so it will be easy to search in file e.g Debug, Error, Info etc. Click on Submit button. It will take some time to complete the process. Once it is complete, you can see the in Stream Filter.

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Step 6 - Add Instance

Click Add Instance button. You can add instances into one log and monitor simultaneously.

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Step 7 - Configuration of Add Instance

After clicking on Add Instance button.The configuration allows you to add more options. Please select the instances from the available list. You can use choose more that one instance using up Arrow. Click on the Submit button. It will take some time to complete the process.

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Once the process is complete, you can see the added instance under Instance Filter.

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Step 8 - To Delete Instance

Click on Delete Instance button.

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a pop-up window appears on the screen with available instances. Please select the instance which you want to delete. Click on [X]button. It will take time to complete the process. After Completion of the process, it displays a simple message of success.

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Here, you can see instance is deleted successfully.

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Step 9 - To Delete Log

Click on Action drop-down. click on Delete action.

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After clicking on Delete action. Alert window appears on the screen with the message "Are you sure, you wants to delete Log Group?" If you are sure, click on OK. It will take some time to complete the process.

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Once the process is complete, here you can see log group is deleted successfully.

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Alarms

Step 1 - To Create Alarm

Click on Create Alarm to create new a Alarm.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Alarm

Specify the name of Alarm. You can add multiple rules to the same Alarm and you can add multiple terms to a single Rule. Specify the name of Rule. Enter Term name. Select either Instance or Volume to set alarm. Next Select the one of option from drop-down such as CPU Idle Time, CPU User Time, SWAP Memory Free, etc. Set the condition, when you want to set alarm. E.g. if you want to set alarm on Instance when CPU Idle Time is Greater Than 75%. So according to that, you can adjust the values of Term. For adding another term to a rule, so please click on Add Term, and fill the required information for that. You can add multiple Rules to Alarm, using Add Rule. Click on Submit button to create a new Alarm.

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Step 3 - To View Created Alarm

After clicking on the Submit button, it will take some time to complete the process. Once it is complete, you will see the success message. Here, in the list you can see the created Alarm.

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Step 4 - To Add Instances to Alarm

Click on the name of Alarm. In the next page, you can add instances to alarm. To adding instances to the Alarm, click on Add Instances button.

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Step 5 - Configuration of Add Instances to Alarm

After clicking on Add Instances button. Next configuration page allows you to choose multiple instances from available list, with the help of up Arrow. Click on Submit.

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Step 6 - Viewing of Added Instances to Alarm

After clicking on the Submit button. It will take some time to complete the process. After completion of the process, you will get success . Here, You see the added instances to Alarm.

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Step 7 - Actions on Added Instances to Alarm

Here, in the list can see the added instances to Alarm. Click on Action, the drop-down will show you action i.e.Delete Instances.

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Step 8 - To Delete Added Instance

Clicking on Delete Instances, will a pop-up one alert with the message "Are you sure, you want to delete alarm instances?". If you are sure, click on OK button.

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After clicking on the OK button. You will get the message of instance deleted successfully. You can see in the list, selected instance is deleted.

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Step 9 - To View Rule

You can see the rule/rules in the list which you have created, at the time of creating Alarm.

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Step 10 - To Viewing Details of Rule

Click on the name of Rule. A pop-up window will show you the added terms to Rule.

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Step 11 - To Add Rule

Click on Alarm Rule to add more rules to Alarm.

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Step 12 - Configuration of Rule

Next configuration page allows you to choose an advanced option for Rule. For more details, follow the step-2. As per your requirement fill the information and select the data from the drop-down. You can add multiple Rules to Alarm or you can add multiple Terms to Rule. Click on Add Rule.

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Step 13 - Viewing Details of Rule

After clicking on Add Rule. For the process it will take some time. After completion of the process, you will see the created rule along with existed. For details, click on the name of Rule.

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After clicking on the name of Rule. A pop-up window will appear with details of added terms of Rule.

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Step 14 - Action on Added Rule

Click on Action drop-down, it will show Delete Rule? action. Which action can perform on Rule.

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After clicking on the Delete Rule. A pop-up window will appear with the message "Are you sure, you want to delete rule?". If you are sure, click on OK button. It will take some time to complete the process and you will get the message "deleted successfully".

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Here, you can see selected Rule is deleted successfully.

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Container Service

1. Application Cluster

Step 1 - Create Cluster

Click on Create Cluster to create new cluster.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Cluster

Specify the cluster name. Give required volume size in GB. Select external network either Disable or Enable. Click on Submit to create new cluster. After clicking on submit, it will take some time to complete the process.

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Step 3 - Processing

After clicking on submit. Here, you can still the process is going on. It will take some time to complete the process. Cluster status turn to success.

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Step 4 - Viewing Details of Application Cluster

To view details, click on name of cluster. It redirect to details page.

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After clicking on name of cluster, next page will show you the overview of cluster etc.

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2. Application Container

Step 1: Create Container

Click on Create Container to create new container.

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Step 2: Configuration of Container

Specify the container name and image name. Select the application cluster from the list of available clusters. Select Memory limit and according to that enter max limit. Click on Next for further configuration.

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Step 3: Choosing an Advanced Options for Container

Select number of CPU units. Click on Add mapping port, you can add multiple mapping port. Enter other details such as host port number, container port ,and select protocol. Other fields are optional. Click on Next for next configuration page.

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Step 4: Advanced Options for Container

Read-only root file system option can Enable or Disable. Click on Submit to create a container. It will take some time to complete the process. After completion of the process, you can see newly created Container.

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Help Desk

Step 1 - To Raise Ticket

Click on Create Ticket to create a new Ticket.

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Step 2 - Configuration of Ticket

In configuration page, name and email id and mobile number directly fetched from data. Select the ticket category from drop-down list. Write description regarding problem, even you can attach imgaes or documents. select contact method either Web or Mail. Click on Create Ticket button.

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Step 3 - To View Details of Ticket

To view details of raised ticket, click on name of Ticket.

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After clicking on name of Ticket. In the next page see the view of raised ticket.

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