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From Giri Prasad <>
Subject Re: Zones, Domains and Templates
Date Tue, 12 Aug 2014 07:10:08 GMT
Thanks for your comments.

I have the seen the documentation, talking of adding users and project invitations etc. How
to assign virtual resources like a vm (instance), disk/networking to a specific project.

As far as domains are concerned, I was thinking as follows, please correct, if any err:

 create private zone, create domain within that zone, login as domain admin, create vm and
apps,  create template for vm and create users for that domain. 

 When the user log's in into that domain, he/she should be able to see only the templates
in that zone, right?

 From: Xerex Bueno <xbueno@LPSIntegration.COM>
To: "" <>; Giri Prasad <>;
"" <> 
Sent: Monday, 11 August 2014 7:05 PM
Subject: Re: Zones, Domains and Templates

You could create a different domain for each department, or you could
create separate projects for every department.  I would think projects
would be easier in terms of user management if you have lateral movement
between those groups.

On 8/11/14, 5:36 AM, "Giri Prasad" <> wrote:

> I have a customer with several departments like : dept1, dept2, dept3
>etc etc. I installed CS and am done with the provisioning process.
> Now, I want to create a vm for each dept. For ex: vm1->for->dept1,
>vm2->for->dept2, vm3->for->dept3. Each vm's will have its own set of
>application suite.
> The requirement is to assign a user to a dept. And when the user (in a
>specific dept) log's in, he/she should be able to see only the vm(and its
>app suite), for that specific dept.
> Any insights on how to implement the zone, domains, and templates for
>this scenario.
>Thanks & Regards,


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