Chapter 14. Orchestration Stacks

Navigate to ComputeCloudsStacks to see a list of orchestration stacks along with information such as Name, Provider, Type, Status, Instances, Security Groups, and Cloud Networks. Click on a stack to see more information about it, including properties, retirement date and time, and relationships with the cloud provider and instances. You can click on instances to see details of all instances the stack relates to.

14.1. Tagging Orchestration Stacks

Apply tags to orchestration stacks to categorize them together at the same time. . Navigate to ComputeCloudsStacks. . Select the orchestration stacks to tag. . Click Policy (Policy), and then Edit Tags (Edit Tags). . Select a customer tag to assign from the first list. . Select a value to assign from the second list. . Click Save.

14.2. Retiring Orchestration Stacks

You can either retire orchestration stacks on a set date and time, or retire them immediately.

To set a retirement date:

  1. Navigate to ComputeCloudsStacks.
  2. Select the orchestration stacks to retire on a set date and time.
  3. Click 2007 (Lifecycle), and then Set Retirement Dates (Set Retirement Dates).
  4. On the Retire Orchestration Stacks page, set Retirement Date and Time.
  5. Select Retirement Warning from the list. The default is None.
  6. Click Save.
Note

Saving a blank date will remove all retirement dates.

To retire selected stacks immediately:

  1. Navigate to ComputeCloudsStacks.
  2. Select the orchestration stacks to retire now.
  3. Click 2007 (Lifecycle), and then Retire selected Stacks (Retire selected Orchestration Stacks). A pop-up window appears to confirm the action.
  4. Click OK.

14.3. Removing Orchestration Stacks

  1. Navigate to ComputeCloudsStacks.
  2. Select the orchestration stacks to remove from the VMDB. A warning pop-up window appears to confirm the action.
  3. Click Configuration (Configuration), and then Remove Orchestration Stacks (Remove Stacks from the VMDB).
  4. Click OK.