Viewing and managing your virtual assets Use the virtual assets portals to view the history of your virtualization requests and the status of all virtual machines requested by all members of your team. Cloud users can view the virtual machines that they ordered in the My Virtual Assets portal. Users with the cloud_operator role can view the virtual servers they administer in the Cloud Operations portal. Open the records for virtual resources directly from the portals to change instance specifications (CPU count, memory, or disk size) or the state of the virtual machine. The system notifies users about the status of their requested changes. You can make these changes to your virtual servers: Modify specifications Update the lease Stop, Start, and Pause Cancel Terminate Take a snapshot, restore from a snapshot, and delete a snapshot For all actions that are subject to change control, if change control is enabled, the action is added to change request page. After the change request is approved, the user must return to the virtual asset page to click link Proceed with Change under Related Lists. View the My Virtual Assets portalUse the My Virtual Assets portal to view VMs that you have ordered, and to view your current requests for virtual resources.View the My Team's Virtual Assets portalUse the My Team's Virtual Assets portal to view VMs that you and your team members have ordered, and to view current requests for virtual resources.Cloud Resource CatalogUse the Cloud Resource Catalog to request virtual machines, Amazon stacks and key pairs, and Microsoft Azure resource groups.