Using the Edge Services portal, you can manage provisioning across any infrastructure, from bare metal, to virtualized clouds, and all the way to public infrastructure.
You can use the Edge Services portal to add, edit, delete, and monitor integrations to public or AWS clouds. AWS clouds can belong to many groups and contain multiple hosts.
You can use the Edge Services portal to manage your Amazon Web Services (AWS) internet gateways. An internet gateway enables you to connect to an Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance in AWS using your local computer.
You add or remove a security group on an AWS instance on the Instances page. You perform all other actions for AWS security groups on the Infrastructure page.
You can use the Edge Services portal to configure AWS subnets used with your AWS clouds. A subnet is a range of IP addresses used to access your AWS virtual private cloud (VPC).
You can store key pairs in Edge Services portal to access instances (e.g., bare metal servers) using SSH—simplifying administration and access across both private and public clouds. Edge Services portal only accepts key pairs in PEM format (for example, a private key beginning with -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----). If you have a key in another format, such as OpenSSH, convert the key before adding it.
Use the Edge Services portal to manage routes on an Amazon Web Services (AWS) virtual private cloud (VPC) router created during setup.