Overview of the DCS portal

DCS Overview

When logging onto the Dynamic Computing Services portal, you are automatically redirected to the site homepage, where you can have an overview of all ordered Dynamic Data Centers and Dynamic Servers. Please refer to section 2.3.2 for more details about the Homepage.

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This is the navigation section of the Dynamic Computing Services portal, where you can see the different sections contained in the portal. These sections will be explained in more detail in chapters 2.2.1 Site Homepage and 2.2.2 Manage the Navigation Section.

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In the upper right corner you have access to three different shortcuts for switching the DCS contract, getting help regarding the first steps in the Dynamic Computing Services portal, and for resetting the navigation section.

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This button allows you to go back to the Extranet site if you need to administrate your Extranet account (see section 1 Extranet).

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List of all existing Dynamic Data Centers that are currently provisioned in your organization. You can see the details of each Dynamic Data Center:

  • Name: customer specified name of the Dynamic Data Center.
  • Datacenter Name (VMware): the unique identifier automatically generated by VMware upon the creation of the data center in vCloud Director.
  • Service Class: the class chosen during the creation.
  • Compute Units: the number of compute units that are reserved for this Dynamic Data Center.
  • Memory (GBs): the GBs of RAM that are reserved for this Dynamic Data Center.
  • Storage (GBs): the GBs of storage that are reserved for this Dynamic Data Center.
  • Snapshot Enabled (Yes, No): this field indicates whether the “Restore from Snapshot” capability is or is not available in this Dynamic Data Center.
  • Action: the available actions will be explained in section 2.3 Dynamic Data Center

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List of all existing Dynamic Server that are currently provisioned in your organization. You can see the details of each Dynamic Server:

  • Name: customer specified name of the Dynamic Server.
  • Service Class: the class chosen during the creation.
  • Size: the size of the Dynamic Server (XXS – XXXL).
  • Connectivity: internal IP address of the Dynamic Server.
  • Secondary Storage (GBs): the GBs of secondary storage attached to the Dynamic Server.
  • Status: state of the Dynamic Server (starting, running, stopping stopped).
  • Action: the available actions will be explained in section 2.4 Dynamic Server.

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List of all existing Dynamic Storage Pools that are currently provisioned in your organization. You can see the details of each Dynamic Storage Pool:

  • Name: customer specified name of the Dynamic Storage Pool.
  • Subtenant ID: subtenant ID of the storage pool.
  • Host name: URL to connect the storage pool via internet
  • No. of Accounts: Number of user accounts having access to this pool.
  • Action: the available actions will be explained in section 2.5 Dynamic Storage.

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List of all existing Dynamic Databases that are currently provisioned in your organization. You can see the details of each Dynamic Database:

  • Name: customer specified name of the Dynamic Server.
  • Support Time: defined during the creation.
  • SID: SID which received from the Dynamic Database server instance
  • Size: the size of the Dynamic Database (XS –XL, Developer).
  • Storage (GBs): the GBs of storage attached to the Dynamic Database.
  • Backup, High Availability, Disaster Recovery: Displays if Option is set or not
  • Action: the available actions will be explained in section 1.1.

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