Simple ways to deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator V2.5

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Published on December 28, 2016

Author: PaulrajPappaiah

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1. Simple ways to deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator V2.5 By Paulraj Pappaiah

2. Simple ways to deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator Deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator: Step-1 • Logon as "Admin" user on ICO • Open Self-Service Catalog Page • Deploy Cloud Services --> Deploy Single Virtual Server • Specify Region, Server, Image( OS), Availability Zone( Nova for OpenStack), Flavor, Network details • Attach Volume • Submit the request

3. Simple ways to deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator Deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Step-2 • Wait for ICO to process the request • Click on the "Requests" and get the details • Note: It may take few minutes to complete the requests

4. Simple ways to deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator Deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator: 3 • Open VSphere web client from vmware • Enter nova list command to check the status • Check the Servername, Status=Build/Shutoff/active, Task state, Power state, Network details • Go to Task Console and check the "VM" status for cloning • Enter nova list command to check the status • Check the Servername, Status=Spawning/Build/Shutoff/active, Task state, Power state, Network details • If status is gone that means the instance is ready for use • Open "Related Objects" tab • Click on VM Template page • Check the VM status on Target column • Click on the VM Server, open Summary Page

5. Simple ways to deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Orchestrator Deploy VM Images from Self Service UI in IBM Cloud Step-4 • Open Summary page • Summary page shows Instance details and check whether its success or any issues are there • Verify VM Hardware, VM Storage Policies detail

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