- What We Offer
- Your Processing Environment
- Example of tool usage
- Processing EO Data and Serving www services
- Processing and Storing EO
- Embedding OGC WMS Services into Your website
- GPU Use Case
- Using the EO Browser
- EO Data Finder API Manual
- Use of SNAP and QGIS on a CREODIAS Virtual Machine
- Use of WMS Configurator
- DNS as a Service - user documentation
- Legal Matters
- Pricing Plans
- Public Reporting Dashboards
How to order new VM?
In the Client Area select Order/Buy option (highlighted in yellow hereunder).
Figure 1 - Creodias Client Page
Choose one product (in the example hereunder eo2.xlarge 4 vCores RAM 16GB local disc SSD 64GB) by selecting “Order Now” (highlighted in yellow)
Figure 2 - Server selection page
„Configure” page lets you choose billing mode, choose whether you want to have your VM with EO data access and requires you to fill in information on instance’s name and network.
Figure 3 - Service configuration page
In the field hereunder you are ought to fill in the public key, corresponding to your private key, that you will be using to SSH to your VM. You can use our built-in SSH Key Generator by clicking on this link: https://portal.creodias.eu/ssh.php
Figure 4 - Public SSH key
After successful configuration of your VM, review page will appear. It summarizes the purchase.
Figure 5 - Creodias Checkout screen
In order to finalize the operation, select “complete order” option (highlighted hereunder)
Figure 6 - Creodias checkout page
Upon completion of the order, you will see order confirmation with a according order number as well as you will receive three e-mails.
In order to manage you VM, you need to login to CloudFerro dashboard (https://cf2.cloudferro.com), using information from your registration process.
Figure 7 - Customer Invoice
Figure 8 - Order confirmation
Figure 9 - Invoice payment confirmation
Now you should login to OpenStack Dashboard (https://cf2.cloudferro.com/)
You will see OpenStack dashboard as depicted hereunder.
Figure 10 - OpenStack Dashboard
Figure 11 - Instances
You can see the Network Topology after choosing Network/Network Topology panel
Figure 12 - Network Topology
Choose Project/Compute/Instances, open drop-down menu and click “Associate Floating IP” option
Figure 13 - Associate Floating IP
Select IP Address (from the drop-down menu)
Figure 14 - Floating IP
Select Port to be associated and “Associate” it.
Figure 15 - Floating IP
You can see Floating IP addresses associated to your instances after choosing the Project/Computer/Instances
Figure 16 - Instances
Now you can SSH to your VM using the following linux command:
$ SSH -I your_private_key firstname.lastname@example.org
or using PuTTy for Windows