• 1Setup
  • 2Select a template
  • 3Compute offering
  • 4Data Disk Offering
  • 5Affinity
  • 6Network
  • 7Review

Select a zone

A zone typically corresponds to a single datacenter. Multiple zones help make the cloud more reliable by providing physical isolation and redundancy.

Select ISO or template

OS image that can be used to boot VMs
Disc image containing data or bootable media for OS

Please select a template for your new virtual instance.

Please select an ISO for your new virtual instance.

The zone you selected does not have any choices for network selection.

Please proceed to the next step.

Please select networks for your virtual machine.
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Please select security group(s) for your new VM
Please review the following information and confirm that your virtual instance is correct before launch.
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  • 1Zone Type
  • 2Setup Zone
  • 3Setup Network
  • 4Add Resources
  • 5Launch

Set up zone type

Please select a configuration for your zone.

Provide a single network where each VM instance is assigned an IP directly from the network. Guest isolation can be provided through layer-3 means such as security groups (IP address source filtering).
For more sophisticated network topologies. This network model provides the most flexibility in defining guest networks and providing custom network offerings such as firewall, VPN, or load balancer support.
Isolation Mode
Choose this if you wish to use security groups to provide guest VM isolation.
A zone is the largest organizational unit in CloudStack, and it typically corresponds to a single datacenter. Zones provide physical isolation and redundancy. A zone consists of one or more pods (each of which contains hosts and primary storage servers) and a secondary storage server which is shared by all pods in the zone.
When adding an advanced zone, you need to set up one or more physical networks. Each network corresponds to a NIC on the hypervisor. Each physical network can carry one or more types of traffic, with certain restrictions on how they may be combined.

Drag and drop one or more traffic types onto each physical network.
When adding a basic zone, you can set up one physical network, which corresponds to a NIC on the hypervisor. The network carries several types of traffic.

You may also drag and drop other traffic types onto the physical network.
 Add physical network
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    • Guest   Edit
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    • Storage   Edit
    Storage
Please specify Netscaler info
Each zone must contain in one or more pods, and we will add the first pod now. A pod contains hosts and primary storage servers, which you will add in a later step. First, configure a range of reserved IP addresses for CloudStack\'s internal management traffic. The reserved IP range must be unique for each zone in the cloud.
Traffic between CloudStack\'s internal resources, including any components that communicate with the Management Server, such as hosts and CloudStack system VMs. Please configure storage traffic here.
Each pod must contain one or more clusters, and we will add the first cluster now. A cluster provides a way to group hosts. The hosts in a cluster all have identical hardware, run the same hypervisor, are on the same subnet, and access the same shared storage. Each cluster consists of one or more hosts and one or more primary storage servers.
Each cluster must contain at least one host (computer) for guest VMs to run on, and we will add the first host now. For a host to function in CloudStack, you must install hypervisor software on the host, assign an IP address to the host, and ensure the host is connected to the CloudStack management server.

Give the host\'s DNS or IP address, the user name (usually root) and password, and any labels you use to categorize hosts.
Each cluster must contain one or more primary storage servers, and we will add the first one now. Primary storage contains the disk volumes for all the VMs running on hosts in the cluster. Use any standards-compliant protocol that is supported by the underlying hypervisor.
Each zone must have at least one NFS or secondary storage server, and we will add the first one now. Secondary storage stores VM templates, ISO images, and VM disk volume snapshots. This server must be available to all hosts in the zone.

Provide the IP address and exported path.
Zone is ready to launch; please proceed to the next step.
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    Set up the network for traffic between end-user VMs.

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    Define one or more clusters to group the compute hosts.

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    Add hosts to clusters. Hosts run hypervisors and VMs.

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    Primary Storage

    Add servers to store VM disk volumes in each cluster.

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    Secondary Storage

    Add servers to store templates, ISOs, and snapshots for the whole zone.

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    Set up the network for Internet traffic.

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    Set up the network for traffic between end-user VMs.

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    Clusters

    Define one or more clusters to group the compute hosts.

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    Add hosts to clusters. Hosts run hypervisors and VMs.

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    Add servers to store VM disk volumes in each cluster.

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    Add servers to store templates, ISOs, and snapshots for the whole zone.

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