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From Fungo Wang <cloudst...@fungo.me>
Subject Re: Feature requests
Date Fri, 23 Nov 2012 05:36:19 GMT
yes, our company also care about this problem very much
now, we are doing some experiment about convert vm, but no pleasing result.

so hope cloudstack provide this feature or feasible solutions.

thx


On Fri, Nov 23, 2012 at 9:38 AM, jerry jiang. 蒋维 <jerry.jiang@tyxtech.com>wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> I am looking for the feature that we called v2c (migrating
> existing vms to cloudstack) in cloudstack.
>
> Currently, most of organizations have deployed virtualization for
> their infrastructure, eg using vcenter to manage the VMs.
>
> when they decide to move to cloud using cloudstack or other cloud
> framework, they expect the VMs under vcenter can to moved to cloud.
>
> So, does cloudstack provide this features or tools to do the
> migration cleanly?
>
> Thanks
> --Jerry
>
> Feature description
>
> Why you want it? Whats the USE-CASE ?
>
> Priority (10 = most important, 1 = least important)
>
> Multiple IP per instance
>
> Allocate more than one IP to a nic
>
> 9
>
>  Use vmware snapshots
>
>  Allows quicker usage
>
>  3
>
>  Resource increase
>
> Like on onapp if resources are overused allow upgrade by automation
>
>  5
>
>
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