You as an administrator can view detailed information about a virtual data center in the vCloud Air console.

Note

For information about configuring networking and gateways for virtual data centers, see the vCloud Air Networking Guide.

Verify that you have administrator privileges. Administrator types include account, virtual infrastructure, network, read-only, and subscription.

1

Sign in to the vCloud Air console.

2

Select the region where you will view the virtual data center.

3

On the Dashboard tab, click the virtual data center.

4

View information about the virtual data center.

Option

Description

Resources allocated or resources used

Click the Usage & Allocation tab to view allocated resources. To view resources used, click on the name of the resource and view Current Usage. Storage is displayed as the SSD-Accelerated tier.

Virtual machines in the virtual data center and their status

Click the Virtual Machines tab.

Gateways for the virtual data center

Click the Gateways tab.

Networks in the virtual data center

Click the Networks tab.

Users who have access

Click the Users tab.

Whether the virtual data center is locked or unlocked

View STATUS on the right side of the screen.

Limit set for virtual machines

View VM QUOTA on the right side of the screen.

5

Note the link to edit the virtual data center name and description.

This is only available for virtual data centers in the Dedicated Cloud service, not in the Virtual Private Cloud service. See Change Virtual Data Center Name or Description.

6

Note the link to delete the virtual data center.

This is only available for virtual data centers in the Dedicated Cloud service, not in the Virtual Private Cloud service. See Change Virtual Data Center Name or Description.

7

Note the link to display a URL for the virtual data center for use in API commands.

8

Note the link to manage catalogs in vCloud Director.

See About Catalogs in vCloud Air.

Manage details of the virtual data center.

To manage resource allocation, see Manage Resource Allocation for a Virtual Data Center.

To manage virtual machines, see Manage Virtual Machines in a Virtual Data Center.

To manage gateways or networks, see About Managing Gateways and Networks in the vCloud Air Networking Guide.

To manage users, see Assign Users to a Virtual Data Center.