The Virtual Private Cloud lets you create virtual machines from a wide-range of existing OS images.
However, some users need images which our service doesn’t offer. These include less common kinds and versions of operating systems.
You’ve probably already heard about our Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). Launched in May 2015, our VPC gives users a flexible, easy-to-manage, scalable virtual infrastructure that can be customized to fit any project. In this article, we’ll look at some practical uses for the cloud as well as its payment system.
Today we’re going to look at how we can build a ready-made infrastructure from a virtual device using the OpenStack orchestration module, Heat.
Heat requires the python-heat package, which is included in the repositories of most Linux systems. It can be installed from the PyPI repository using the PIP utility. Installation instructions can be found under Access in the control panel (Control Panel -> Virtual Private Cloud -> Projects -> Access).