This topic describes cloud properties for different resources created by the vCloud CPI.

AZs

Currently CPI does not support any cloud properties for AZs.

Example:

azs:
- name: z1

Networks

Schema for cloud_properties section used by manual network subnet:

  • name [String, required]: Name of vApp network in which instance will be created. Example: VPC_BOSH.

Example of manual network:

networks:
- name: default
  type: manual
  subnets:
  - range: 10.10.0.0/24
    gateway: 10.10.0.1
    cloud_properties:
      name: VPC_BOSH

vCloud CPI does not support dynamic or vip networks.


Resource Pools / VM Types

Schema for cloud_properties section:

  • cpu [Integer, required]: Number of CPUs. Example: 1.
  • ram [Integer, required]: RAM in megabytes. Example: 1024.
  • disk [Integer, required]: Ephemeral disk size in megabytes. Example: 10240

Example of a VM with 1 CPU, 1GB RAM, and 10GB ephemeral disk:

resource_pools:
- name: default
  network: default
  stemcell:
    name: bosh-vcloud-esxi-ubuntu-trusty-go_agent
    version: latest
  cloud_properties:
    cpu: 1
    ram: 1_024
    disk: 10_240

Disk Pools / Disk Types

Currently the CPI does not support any cloud properties for disks.

Example of 10GB disk:

disk_pools:
- name: default
  disk_size: 10_240

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