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Cloud Application Manager Dedicated Edition Overview

Updated by Diego Sanjuan and Guillermo Sanchez on Mar 25, 2020
Article Code: kb/1293

In this article:

Overview

This article explains how to run Cloud Application Manager platform on-premise as a virtual appliance in your CenturyLink Private Cloud on VMware Cloud Foundation (CPC on VCF), VMWare data center or OpenStack cloud. After you install and set up Cloud Application Manager Dedicated Edition for use, you’re ready to automate deployments to any cloud and platform.

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Experience all the same functionality as the SaaS version, including managed services anywhere, except for some advanced features like cloud optimization. Use Cloud Application Manager Dedicated Edition to deploy either on private or public clouds.

Audience

All Cloud Application Manager Dedicated Edition users who wish to deploy or install Cloud Application Manager as a dedicated, on-premises appliance.

Prerequisites

  • You should have a Data Center or AWS account to be able to deploy appliance in your preferred platform.

Supported Platforms

Cloud Application Manager Dedicated edition is supported on these platforms:

  • CenturyLink Private Cloud on VMware Cloud Foundation (CPC on VCF)
  • VMware vSphere vCenter or Cloud Foundation data centers
  • OpenStack
  • AWS

Installing Cloud Application Manager Dedicated Edition

For specific considerations on each platform, please refer to the corresponding link:

Next Steps

Contacting Cloud Application Manager Support

We’re sorry you’re having an issue in Cloud Application Manager. Please review the troubleshooting tips, or contact Cloud Application Manager support with details and screenshots where possible.

For issues related to API calls, send the request body along with details related to the issue.

In the case of a box error, share the box in the workspace that your organization and Cloud Application Manager can access and attach the logs.

  • Linux: SSH and locate the log at /var/log/elasticbox/elasticbox-agent.log
  • Windows: RDP into the instance to locate the log at C:\ProgramData\ElasticBox\Logs\elasticbox-agent.log