This article gives you the quick guideline to use Cloud Ops for the first time you access to the system.
You need to register the cloud accounts with sufficient permissions. These cloud accounts help you to implement the tasks as Resource Control, Resource Schedule, Service Catalog.
Once you create and register cloud accounts successfully, it takes about 1 hours to scan, then give you the instance status.
To get started with Instance Control module:
1. Manual control: You can easily start/stop/restart instances by click the control button.
2. Schedule control: In case you expect to periodically start/stop a certain resource, you can create a calendar and select the expected instances.
To get started with Service Catalog module:
1. Create a template: You can select one of supported stacks as Cloud Formation, Azure Resource Manager, Terraform and create the corresponding template.
2. Launch template: Create a deployment to launch template
3. Clean up resource: You can clean deployed resource if it is no longer needed
Service Catalog, Instance Control, Instance Scheduler
- Instance Control / Scheduler
- Monitor instance status in interval
- Manually start, stop, reboot instances across multiple vendors (AWS, Azure, GCP)
- Schedule start, stop or reboot your instances based on hourly, daily or weekly schedules.
- Service Catalog
- Create, Manage Infrastructure as a code based template
- Launch, Clean template
- Dynamic / Static template
- Share template or keep it internally
- Support Cloud Formation, Azure Resource Manager, Terraform