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An environment contains the resources required to create networks and servers. An Enterprise Cloud account can have one or more environments, each environment can have one or more compute pools. Environments contain network resources and compute pools contain processor, memory, and storage resources. Each compute pool can have a combination of servers configured to fit the needs of your enterprise. The Enterprise Cloud Environments screen allows you to open each of your assigned environments to monitor and manage the devices and networks in each environment.


To navigate on the Enterprise Cloud:

  1. Click Environments.
  2. Select an Environment.
  3. Select a compute pool, if desired.
  4. Select All Compute Pools for an aggregated view.
  5. Select a resource tab.
  6. Click view alerts icon to view resource alerts.

Environment List

If you have multiple environments, you can click on the Environment drop-down box to select an environment to view or update, from the list of environments. You can also choose to open each environment in a separate browser.

Compute Pool Tabs

Note: Networks are an environment resource; therefore, compute pool tabs are not visible from the Network tab of Environments.

If an environment has more than one compute pool, the Resources tab and Devices tab of Environments has a special All Compute Pools tab. All Compute Pools tab consolidates information for all compute pools in the environment onto one tab. See Compute Pools for more information.

If an environment has more than four compute pools, the Environment has navigation buttons to move between the compute pool tabs:

  • Click the left double chevron, compute pools navigate previous page icon, to move compute pool tabs left one page.
  • Click the left single chevron, compute pools navigate previous icon, to move compute pool tabs left one tab.
  • Click the right single chevron, compute pools navigate next icon, to move compute pool tabs right one tab.
  • Click the right double chevron, compute pools navigate next page icon, to move compute pool tabs right one page.

Resource Tabs

To view a resource, you can select the particular resource from the resource tabs. Available resource choices are:

  • Resources - Dashboard summary of resource utilization and the task history.
  • Devices - View and administer device resources.
  • Network - View and administer network resources.
  • Cloud Services - View and administer cloud services.

Resource Alerts

An organization can monitor certain events within the environment and upon an event, when thresholds are crossed, have an email alert sent to a list of email addresses. See Resource Alerts for more information.

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