Storage profiles can be added, deleted, and modified for virtual data centers by administrators after the virtual data centers are created.

You have logged into the Organization with administrator privileges where you want to create the virtual data center.

1

From the vCloud Air Landing page, select Virtual Datacenters from the left navigation if necessary.

The right pane refreshes with tabs for Organizations and Organizations VDCs.

2

Select Organization VDCs.

The list of virtual data centers for all organization appears.

3

Select the Organ VDC that you want to edit.

4

Click Edit Storage Policies.

The Edit Storage Policies - VDC Name dialog box appears.

To change the virtual data center name and description, click Edit Organization VDC.

You cannot change the SDDC Pool or allocation model for an Organization VDC.

5

To add a storage policy, click the green plus icon:

a

Select a default storage profile from the list.

The default storage profile appears first when you are creating a virtual machine.

b

Set a storage quota for the default storage profile.

The quota determines how much storage each virtual machine in the virtual data center can use.

c

If you selected an All-SSD storage profile, configure the default IOPS and IOPS quota for virtual machines created in the virtual data center.

See All-SSD Storage for more information.

d

Click the green plus icon to add another storage profile for the virtual data center and set the CPU, memory, and storage reservations.

A virtual data center can draw storage resources from a single or multiple storage profiles. Virtual machines can draw storage resources only from the storage profiles that are available to their virtual data centers. You can edit a virtual data center at any time to add storage profiles.

6

To delete a storage policy, click the red X icon.

7

Click OK.

The Organization VDCs list reappears.