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Add an Azure public image to Cloud Management

Add an Azure public image to Cloud Management

Add a public image to make the image selectable in an OS profile.

Before you begin

Role required: sn_cmp.cloud_admin


  1. In the Azure command line interface, make note of the values of the Offer, Publisher, Sku, and Version.

    On the command line, you can search by offer or by publisher or by both, as show in the example. Each line item is an image of a particular version of CentOS from OpenLogic.

  2. On the instance, enter cmdb_ci_os_template.list in the Filter navigator text box to open the Images [cmdb_ci_os_template] table and then click New.
  3. Configure the form layout to show Offer, Serial number, Version, and Vendor.
  4. On the Image form, enter the following values:
    Field Value
    Object ID Enter a unique name.
    Name Meaningful name that represents the version of the OS. CentOS 6.5 in the example.
    Guest OS Operating system.
    Offer Offer value from Azure.
    Serial Number Sku value from Azure.
    Version Version value from Azure.
    1. Click the magnifying glass and then click New.
    2. In the Name field, enter the Publisher value from Azure.
    3. Click Submit.
  5. On the Credentials field, click the magnifying glass and then click New on the Credentials page.
  6. In the list, click Basic Auth Credentials.
  7. On the Basic Auth Credentials form, enter a meaningful Name for the credential.
  8. Enter a User name and Password to create for instances that are provisioned from this image.
  9. Click Submit to close the Basic Auth Credentials form.
  10. Right-click in the header and click Save to save the current configuration of the new image record.
    In the Related Items list, you can see that the image is associated with the specified datacenter.
  11. Click Update to make the public image selectable in an OS profile.