IBM Cloud Orchestrator: Adding Persistence Storage to Cloud Instances

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Published on December 26, 2016

Author: PaulrajPappaiah

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1. IBM Cloud Orchestrator: Adding Persistence Storage to Cloud Instances Use case to add storage By Paulraj Pappaiah

2. IBM Cloud Orchestrator: Adding Persistence Storage Use case for adding Persistence Storage • Log on as “Line Of Business” User • Open Self Service Catalog page • Search for Volume details • Click on Create Storage Volume • Select Region and Availability Zone ( Region, Availability Zone, Storage Service Level) • Configure Volume Parameters ( Volume Name, Instances, Description, Volume Size ) • Submit the requests

3. IBM Cloud Orchestrator: Adding Persistence Storage Use case for adding Persistence Storage Verify the Requests • Verify the storage volume • Open resource page • Click on Volume • Screen displays available Volumes • Select a volume and check the details ( Storage Level, Attached To ) • Attach Volume, Select a Server, Vm Management • Configure format and mount options

4. IBM Cloud Orchestrator: Adding Persistence Storage Open VMWare vSphere client and check the VM • Select a volume and check the Cinder volume • Verify the storage resources Select Self-Service Catalog for Provisioning Process • Deploy Single Virtual Server • Region, Server name, Image, Availability Zone, Flavor, Select Network • Attach Volume • Deploy Virtual Server

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