Browse to your Cloud Services portal, at <subdomain>.cloud.vastdata.com.
The login page appears.
Log in with your Cloud Services user and password.
The first time you log in, you will see an End User License Agreement.
For first time login, confirm your agreement with the EULA.
The Cloud Services portal appears.
The Cloud Services portal displays:
A dashboard card for each registered cluster.
The card displays some of information reported by the cluster. You can also click the card to access a read-only version of the cluster's VAST Web UI, in order to see more detail.
Cloud Services version information. Click the button to copy the version to the clipboard.
Users menu. Click to manage users (super users only).
Logout menu. Click to log out and return to the login page.
For registered cluster, a dashboard card on the Cloud Services portal displays the following items:
The cluster's name.
The cluster's status.
The OS build currently running on the cluster.
The cluster's license status.
Performance metrics sampled every minute. Shows the last 10 minutes of samplings:
MB/s. Bandwidth in MB/S
MS. Latency measured in MS.
The most recent sampled value of each performance metric.
The used logical capacity of the cluster and the total logical capacity of the cluster, in the units stated. For example, "TB capacity" means the logical capacity is quoted in TB.
The number of alarms currently present on the cluster.
The number of alarms broken down into alarm severity.
The synchronization state between the on-premises VMS and VAST Cloud Services:
Synced. The data displayed was recently updated.
Out of sync. The data displayed is old data that was captured earlier and may not reflect the current reality.
Click a dashboard card to access the cluster's Cloud VMS Web UI. It is a read-only version of the cluster's VAST Web UI featuring:
The 'Back to clusters' button (), which links to the Cloud Services portal.
Sync status, showing you the synchronization state between the on-premises VMS and Cloud Services.
VAST Cloud Services title and dashboard link. This tells you that you are in the Cloud Services UI and links back to the dashboard if you navigate to other pages in the menu.
You can now view all of the information on the cluster Dashboard and you can navigate through the menu. The pages display the same information as in the VMS VAST Web UI, including Analytics reports, Alarms, Activities, Infrastructure details, version information and all configurations. You cannot change settings or perform configurations through this interface.
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