A cloud space is logical grouping of cloud resources, commonly referred to as a tenant.
Each cloud space is associated with one, and only one account. Per account you can have one or more cloud spaces that are all associated with the same account.
The Cloud Spaces page lists all cloud spaces:
From there you can navigate to the Cloud Space Details page of a specific cloud space:
From the Actions dropdown on the Cloud Space Details page you can choose to:
Edit the cloud space name and capacity limitation properties
Deploy VFW in order to deploy the virtual firewall (VFW) (if not active already, since this normally happens automatically)
Delete the cloud space
For each new cloud space a private network (including a virtual firewall) is automatically created, shared by all virtual machines in that cloud space. In the Details section of the Cloud Space Details page this private network is referenced with its Network ID. When you click this Network ID you navigate to the Private Network Details page for that cloud space:
Here you can also see the Management IP Address and the Public IP Address for the cloud space, as well as all active port forwardings on that private network; discussed below.
Here the total available cloud capacity is shown.
In order to change the limits you need to select Edit from the Action dropdown menu.
In the Users Access section you can see all the users with access to the cloud space:
By clicking the + Grant User Access link you can grant other users access to the cloud space:
A user can have read, write or admin privileges. See the End User Portal Authorization Model documentation for all details on this.
In order to make virtual machines on the cloud space publicly accessible you will need to set-up port forwards from the public network to the private network.
Clicking + Add Port Forward allows you to add Port Forwards:
In the Virtual Machines table all virtual machines running in the cloud space are listed.
Click the + Add Virtual Machine in order to add a new virtual machine in the cloud space which will pop-up the Create Machine On CPU Node window:
Click the + Import Virtual Machine in order to import a new virtual machine in the cloud space which will pop-up the Import Machine window:
Machine Name: New name for the machine to import
Machine Description: Description for new machine
HTTP(S) link to your WebDAV server
OVA Path: Path toward the directory on your WebDAV server where the export data lives or the OVA file
Username for Link: Username for your WebDAV server
Password for Link: Password for your WebDAV server
Boot Type: The way the Virtual Machine boots BIOS or UEFI
Nr of VCPUs: Amount of Virtual CPUs to assign to the Virtual Machine
Amount of Memory: Amount of Memory to assign to the Virtual Machine in MiB
Memory: Choose the memory you would like to assign to your new machine
Private IP: Private IP Address assigned to the NIC connected to the Cloudspace network ( leave empty to assign it automatically)