Regions Tab Image Settings Section

Overview

In addition to the Images page, it is also possible to map logical images to physical images for a particular region through the Image Settings section of the Regions tab (see figure below). 

The Image Settings section automatically lists all logical images available to you as a user, and, if set, each logical image's mapping to a physical cloud image ID in the region.  From this section you can edit or delete an exiting mapping, or add a mapping if one does not exist. If the region is a public cloud region, Workload Manager automatically adds the appropriate physical image ID for each of the OOB logical images based on data stored in the Cisco-hosted package store when you first configure the region in Workload Manager. You can later periodically update (sync) this automatic mapping with any new image IDs stored in the package store.

Edit or Delete a Mapping

If a logical image is already mapped to a physical image in that region, the physical cloud image ID is shown in the Cloud Image ID column for that logical image. That mapping can be deleted by clicking the Delete Mapping link in the Action column.  That mapping can also be edited by clicking the Edit Mapping link in the Action column. This causes the Edit Cloud Mapping dialog box as described in Images Page to be displayed.

Add a Mapping

If a logical image is not yet mapped to a physical image in that region, a mapping can be added by clicking the Add Mapping link in the Action column.  This causes the Add Cloud Mapping dialog box as described in Images Page to be displayed.

Sync Image Mappings

If the region is a public cloud region, then a Sync Image Mappings link is displayed in the upper right of the Image Mapping section. For each public cloud region supported by CloudCenter Suite, a list of OOB logical image to physical cloud image mappings for that region is stored in the Cisco-hosted CloudCenter Suite package store (see Architecture). This information is periodically updated by Cisco when newer physical cloud images are uploaded by the cloud provider. Clicking the Sync Image Mappings link causes any updates to this list in the package store to be downloaded to Workload Manager and the image mappings for that region to be updated.

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