Use the Edge Services portal to view details about bare metal server networks such as the status of network provisioning, connection availability, and the current usage of CPU, memory, and storage. If the network configuration does not meet your needs, you can delete the network and provision another.
The Edge Services portal shows the instances created for your organization.
Use the search fields to filter the results in the list section.
Click the network.
The Edge Services portal displays information about the network. Click the tabs to view more information:
Displays a graphical view of the metrics for the instance.
Provides statistics on the storage aspects of the network including the number of disks and the peak and average read and write IPOS (number of inputs/outputs per second).
Provides the following information on the network performance:
peak packets received
average packets received
peak packets transmitted
average packets transmitted
You can add security groups in this tab.
Describes the instance based on the operating system (OS) image selected and the IP assigned to the network.
Displays a historical view of activities associated with the network.
Provides a remote console window showing the activity on the bare metal server. After the bare metal server is provisioned, the console is connected and gives the user access to their bare metal server.
Log out of the console to terminate the connection.
Provides information about the network location and servers connected to the network.