Setting up your account
Adding your cloud accounts
Planning your migration
Migrating From IBM Classic Cloud to IBM cloud VPC
Editing Your Migration Workspace
Creating a VPC From Scratch
Using Templates to Create Your VPC
Managing and Editing your VPC
Connecting Your New and Old Environments
Discover & Backup your IKS Clusters
Taking a backup of your IKS Clusters
Restore your IKS Clusters
Restoring IKS Cluster Backups
Supported Migration Use Cases
Setting up Migrators
Setup Migrators for Content Migration
Completing the Migration Process
To manage your VPCs, navigate to Manage VPCs and choose your Cloud Account and Region.
You can manage your VPC in a Tabular or Graphical form by toggling between the two views as shown below.
As you proceed to make changes to any component in your VPC, it will be reflected in the graphical view. This visualization gives you the bird’s eye view of your VPC and makes it easier to manage and add subnets, instances, load balancers, etc. You can add, delete or edit any section of your VPC just as described in the Migrate section.
You can create a new VSI or migrate a VSI to your existing VPC by following these steps:
Go to the Virtual Server Instances tab
Select your Cloud Account and Region tab
Click on Create New Virtual Server Instance
Give your new VSI a name and select the VPC, Resource Group and Zone information and click Next
Select an Instance Profile and click Next
In the Boot Volume and Image section, you will get a drop-down menu like shown in the image below.
Note: Your VSI will be rebooted when taking a snapshot.
Once you have selected the image, you can add new Data Volumes, Network Interfaces, and SSH Keys for your instance.
Now click on Create to create or migrate your VSI.