The Cloud services page is where all your cloud services within your tenancy can be viewed and managed. This is also your home page on Cloud Sight.
There are two layers that you need to be aware of when managing your cloud services on Telstra Cloud Sight:
A workspace is where you can gather one or more cloud services, allowing you to organise, manage and track your services. Every cloud service you add to Cloud Sight resides within a workspace.
When you log into your Telstra Cloud Sight tenancy for the first time, you'll notice there's already a default workspace created for you. This is because every tenancy must have at least one workspace. Feel free to edit this workspace, giving it a name of your choice.
You can add, edit and delete workspaces from the 'Cloud services' page.
You'll find every cloud and associated service you've added to your tenancy on the 'Cloud Services' page.
Each row represents an eligible cloud service you’ve added or connected. It contains a summary of the features you’ve enabled for that cloud service. e.g. if you've added a cloud, you'll see the status of costs, compliance, power scheduling and resource tagging features for that cloud.
See our [insert article name] section to find a list of services available through Cloud Sight.
From the 'Cloud services' page you can:
*Note that you can only add existing clouds you've purchased through Telstra.
Clicking on the name of the cloud service takes you to the details page for that particular cloud service.
See the 'The cloud details page' article on this guide for more information to view and manage features such as cost management, compliance and power scheduling.
Each cloud service must sit in a workspace. You can choose the workspace in which a cloud service should sit when you're adding the service to Cloud Sight.
Note: you can’t move a cloud service between workspaces so please make sure you choose the right one.