Add Cloud Account

Use the Add Cloud Account activity to add a cloud account.

  1. In the Workflow Editor Toolbox, choose Activities > CloudCenter Suite > Add Cloud Account, then drag and drop the activity onto the Workflow pane.

  2. On the Workflow Properties pane, enter the following information:

    1. Under General, specify the following information:

      1. Display Name: Enter the unique display name for the activity.

      2. Description: Enter the brief description about the activity.

      3. Activity Timeout (Seconds): Enter the number of seconds to wait for add cloud account activity to fail because it timed out.

      4. Check the Continue Workflow Execution on Failure check box to continue the workflow execution on failure of the activity.

    2. Under Target, specify the following information:

      1. Use Workflow Target: Check this radio button to use the workflow target.

      2. Override Workflow Target: Check this radio button to override the workflow target. You can select the appropriate target or +ADD NEW  from the dropdown list. For more information, see CloudCenter Endpoint.

        By default the target is Suite Internal Target, you will be able to override this default target using the +Add New option from the dropdown list.

      3. Use Workflow Target Group: Check this radio button to use the workflow target group.

      4. Override Workflow Target Group Criteria: Check this radio button to override the workflow target group criteria.

    3. Under Credentials, specify the following information:

      1. Use Target's Default Account Key: Check this radio button to use the target's default account key.

      2. Override Account Key: Check this radio button to override the workflow account key. You can select the appropriate account key or +ADD NEW from the dropdown list. For more information, see CloudCenter Suite Explicit User.

    4. Under Cloud Details, specify the following information or click Variable Reference icon to choose any variable:

      1. Cloud Family: Select the cloud family from the dropdown list such as Amazon, AzureRM, Google, Kubernetes, Openstack, Vmware, and so forth.

      2. Cloud Instance: Select the cloud instance from the dropdown list based on the cloud family selected.

    5. Under Cloud Account Properties, specify the following information based on the Cloud Family you have selected or click Variable Reference icon to choose any variable:

      The following information should be used based on the Cloud Family selected.

      Amazon

      1. Name: Enter the unique name for the Amazon cloud account.

      2. Account Description: Enter the brief description about the account.

      3. Email Address: Enter the email address of the Amazon account.

      4. AWS Account Number: Enter the AWS account number.

      5. Access Key ID: Enter the AWS access key ID.

      6. Secret Key: Enter the AWS secret key.

      AzureRM

      1. Name: Enter the unique name for the Azure cloud account.

      2. Account Description: Enter the brief description about the account.

      3. Azure Login ID: Enter the login ID for the Azure account.

      4. Azure Subscription ID: Enter the subscription ID associated with your Azure account.

      5. Tenant ID: Enter the Azure tenant ID.

      6. Client ID: Enter the Azure Client ID.

      7. Secret Key: Enter the appropriate secret key for the client ID.

      Google

      1. Name: Enter the unique name for the Google cloud account.

      2. Account Description: Enter the brief description about the account.

      3. GCP Email Address: Enter the email address of the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

      4. GCP Service Account Key: Enter the GCP service account key.

      Kubernetes

      1. Name: Enter the unique name for the Kubernetes cloud account.

      2. Account Description: Enter the brief description about the account.

      3. Service Account Name: Enter the Kubernetes service account name.

      4. Check the Show Service Account Token check box to display the service account token.

      5. Service Account Token: Enter the service account token for the kubernetes account.

      Openstack

      1. Name: Enter the unique name for the Openstack cloud account.

      2. Account Description: Enter the brief description about the account.

      3. Openstack UserName: Enter the Openstack user name.

      4. Openstack Account Password: Enter the appropriate account password.

      5. Default Domain Name (V3): Enter the default domain name of Openstack version 3.

      6. Default Domain ID: Enter the default domain ID of Openstack.

      7. Default Tenant Name (V3 Project Name): Enter the default Tenant name of Openstack version 3.

      8. Default Tenant ID (V3 Project ID): Enter the default Tenant ID of Openstack version 3

      Vmware

      1. Name: Enter the unique name for the Vmware cloud account.

      2. Account Description: Enter the brief description about the account.

      3. vCenter UserName: Enter the user name for the vCenter account.

      4. vCenter Password: Enter the appropriate password for the vCenter account.

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