HPE OneSphere Documentation

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Configuring Amazon Web Services accounts

HPE OneSphere interacts with Amazon Web Services (AWS) through Identity and Access Management (IAS) user accounts. Create these accounts in AWS with specific privileges that enable management of those accounts by HPE OneSphere.

/docs/article/configuring-amazon-web-services-accounts

Configuring Ceph storage

HPE OneSphere allows you to configure Ceph, which is a block storage device that is a virtual disk, which can be attached to Linux based virtual machines.

/docs/article/configuring-ceph-storage

Connecting to HPE OneSphere for the first time

Add a private cloud zone in HPE OneSphere, then download and launch HPE OneSphere Connect to connect to your private VMware ESXi environment. You can then deploy virtual machines from HPE OneSphere to a VMware vCenter cluster and collect cost and usage information about your private cloud.

/docs/article/connecting-to-hpe-onesphere-for-the-first-time

Deploying AWS CloudFormation and Azure Resource Manager templates

Deploy virtual machines and containers from a catalog of images curated by the administrator.

/docs/article/deploying-virtual-machines-and-containers

Deploying virtual machines to KVM

As a consumer, you can use HPE OneSphere to deploy resources that the administrator has curated for your assigned projects. You can then deploy virtual machine instances from the project based on the images that are made available through the connected KVM environment.

/docs/article/deploying-virtual-machines-and-containers-to-the-private-cloud-kvm

Deploying virtual machines to VMware vSphere

As a consumer, you can use the HPE OneSphere application UI to deploy resources that the administrator has curated for your assigned projects. You can then deploy virtual machines from the project based on the images that are made available through the connected VMware environment.

/docs/article/deploying-virtual-machines-and-containers-to-the-private-cloud-vmware-esxi

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