CloudCenter 4.8 has reached End of Life (EOL) as of November 14, 2018. See End of Support Notices for additional context.
AzureRM Cloud Settings

Configure the following fields for AzureRM cloud regions to access the portal. 

FieldDescription
Resource GroupThe same region as your CCO. 
Storage Account

The reason to create two storage accounts is that, some instance types (for example, Standard_DS1, Standard_GS1) can use the premium storage account to enhance performance and use standard storage account. The other instance type can use the standard storage account only.

Diagnostics

CloudCenter users can view diagnostics provided by Azure Resource Manager from multiple places in the Azure console. The metrics and logs are stored in the related storage account.

Microsoft has multiple settings to determine how metrics are collected (time interval) and to specify the metrics to be collected. CloudCenter uses the default Microsoft settings.

Enable Availability Set

All VMs within a cluster are placed in the same subnet. So all VMs inside the same Availability Set are placed in the same subnet. If you do not enable the Availability Set, an availability set is NOT created. To ensure high availability, the VM(s) placement in fault/update domains are not guaranteed to be in different domains. See Availability Sets and Zones for additional context.

Virtual NetworkBased on the Resource Group and the CCO location.

 

AzureRM Network Settings
  1. Toggle the Visibility  switch to determine if you want to allow your end users to use pre-configured settings.  
    • OFF: (Default) End users are not allowed to associate the public IP with the NIC.
    • ON: End users are allowed to associate the public IP with the NIC.
  2. Select the required Subnet in the NIC section.
  3. Add additional NICs, if required.
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