Use Control Center to create users for an Object Tier tenant on Lumen Network Storage.
Use Control Center to create volumes on your Lumen Network Storage nodes to store your data. Lumen offers NAS volume (NFS) and SAN LUNS (iSCSI) storage.
You can create nodes for your Lumen Network Storage service using Control Center.
Using the Control Center, you can delete volumes you no longer need from Lumen Network Storage nodes.
You can view details for a Lumen Network Storage node using Control Center: view the volumes on the node and metrics for each volume.
You can view details for volumes on Lumen Network Storage nodes using Control Center.
Using Control Center you can create a tenant to give a group of users access to the same set of Object Tier buckets for Lumen Network Storage.
Control Center offers metrics for the volumes on a Lumen Network Storage node: average IOPS by volume and average latency by volume. You can view metrics for the past 12 hours, past 24 hours, or past 7 days.
If you no longer need a Lumen Network Storage node, you can delete it using Control Center. Before you delete the node, be sure you've removed any volumes from the node.
Once you have configured your Lumen Network Storage node on an Ubuntu server, it must be connected to the bare metal server.
Once you have configured your Lumen Network Storage node on your CentOS server, it must be connected to the bare metal server.
You can edit Lumen Network Storage volumes directly within Control Center.
You can edit nodes in Control Center to add or remove hosts for Lumen Network Storage.
Learn where Lumen Network Storage is available and what types of storage—adaptive block/file or object—are available at each location.
Get support for your Lumen Network Storage service. Learn how to manage your service using the Network Storage portal, using third-party tools, and more.
Get support for Lumen Edge Computing Solutions, including Edge Bare Metal and Edge VM.