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How to create a cloud server
投稿者: Jason Frisch on 04 February 2014 05:41 PM
  • Login to the Control Panel
  • Ensure you have selected your "Tsukaeru Cloud" subscription in the top right hand corner.
  • Click the "Tsukaeru Cloud" Tab.
  • Client on "New Server"


  • The below form will be shown:


In the first step of the New Server wizard, specify the main parameters for the server. All fields are briefly explained in the table below.

Parameter

Description

Server Name

Name to assign to the server. This name will be used to uniquely identify this server among other servers you will create in Cloud Infrastructure.

Description

Server description.

Backup Schedule

Schedule for performing server backups.

Preset Configurations

List of predefined configurations. A predefined configuration contains the main server resources (number of CPU cores, CPU frequency, disk space, etc.) set to certain values.

By using a predefined configuration, you do not need to manually specify all the resources, one by one, but can choose a configuration that best meets your needs, and all the resources are automatically set to predefined values.

You can also choose a configuration that meets your needs most of all and then configure only certain parameters in this configuration.

CPU Cores

Number of CPUs for the server.

CPU Frequency

CPU power of the server.

Disk Space

Amount of disk space, in gigabytes, to allocate to the cloud server.

RAM

Amount of memory to allocate to the server; it must be a multiple of 4 MB.

I will manage the OS kernel

Type of server to create. You can choose to create either a virtual machine (select the option) or a Container (leave the option unchecked).

Operating System

Type of operating system to install in the server.

Register in domain

Domain to join the server to. This field is shown only if your subscription contains the DNS hosting resource and you registered at least one domain in the subscription.

Bandwidth

Guaranteed bandwidth, in kilobits per second, to allocate to the server.

Number of IPv4 addresses

Number of public IPv4 addresses for the cloud server.

All your servers are automatically assigned private IPv4 addresses and included in a private network. The servers can access each other but do not have access to servers on other private networks and to servers on external networks, unless you assign public IP addresses to them.

Number of IPv6 addresses

Number of public IPv6 addresses for the cloud server.

Estimated Monthly Price

Price to pay each month for using the server.

Note: The shown price does include any discounts and included units, if you have any in Parallels Business Automation, and, therefore, may differ from the final price you will need to pay for the server.

This price is based on continuous use for 730 hours per month.

 

  • Click on "Next"