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Register the CCO with the CCM


Once you register a CCO with the CCM, the CCO only works for the registered cloud region.

CloudCenter 4.6.x

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Once you register a CCO with the CCM, the CloudCenter platform considers this cloud region to be active and you cannot delete the cloud region from the CloudCenter platform.

 

To register the CCO with the CCM, follow this procedure:

  1. Click the Admin link at the left pane.
  2. Click the Cloud link to access the Clouds page.
  3. Click Configure Region corresponding to the CCO cloud name.
  4. In the Configure Orchestrator popup, provide the CCO's IP address that is accessible by CCM and select the cloud account that is used to host the CCO:
    1. Orchestrator IP or DNS: Provide the IP or DNS address for the CCO server.
    2. Remote Desktop Gateway DNS or IP: The Guacamole (HTML5 remote desktop) gateway to upload custom SSL certificates. Ideally this IP address should be the same as the AMQP server's IP address. See Per CloudCenter Region Installation (Required) > CCO for additional context.

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      If you use the Appliance Installation, a self-signed Guacamole certificate is built to work out-of-box.

    3. Cloud Account: Select the cloud account that you configured in the Add Cloud Account step.
  5. Click Save. The CCM and CCO have now established a mutual trust relationship. The CloudCenter platform now manages the cloud region with the deployed CCO.
  6. Repeat Step 3 to Step 5 to establish a mutual trust between the CCM and other CCOs.

You have registered the CCO VM.

 

 

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