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Screencasts in Category: Compute

  • Auto Scaling
  • Bare Metal Server
  • Dedicated Host
  • Elastic Cloud Server
Auto Scaling
Auto Scaling for dynamic expansion

In this Screencast we'll demonstrate how to configure Auto Scaling based on service requirements.

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Wizard based Auto Scaling

When you face a planned expansion, you can easily configure Auto Scaling just using a wizard, that is built into the Open Telekom Cloud console. In this screencast, we'll demonstrate how to use it.

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Bare Metal Server
Allocating a Bare Metal Server

Bare Metal server come without hypervisor and virtualization. These computing resources are only equipped with a host-OS, giving users maximum flexibility. You can create own flavors based on your own hypervisors or virtualization technologies. In this screencast, you'll learn how to provision it.

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Dedicated Host
Allocating Dedicated Hosts

Dedicated Hosts (DeH) can be used to enhance isolation, security and performance compared to Elastic Cloud Servers. This screencast explains how to allocate them.

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Configuring Auto Placement for Dedicated Hosts

For hardened security and strict regulation compliance, you can utilize the Dedicated Hosts to create Elastic Cloud Servers on specified DeHs. This screencasts explains how to use it.

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Deploying Elastic Cloud Servers on Dedicated Hosts

This screencasts explains how to deploy Elastic Cloud Servers on Dedicated Hosts.

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Deploying Elastic Cloud Servers on a specified Dedicated Host

Typically when using Dedicated Hosts, a new Elastic Cloud Server will be created on any of the available Dedicated Hosts, based on performance indicators. But you can specify the Dedicated Host, here is how.

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Releasing Dedicated Hosts

To reduce cost, you can release Dedicated Hosts, that are not used in a timely manner. Released DeHs won't be charged, but first you have to make sure, that no Elastic Cloud Servers are affected.

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Elastic Cloud Server
Creating and logging in to a Linux ECS

In this screencast we explain how to create an Elastic Cloud Server (ECS) with Linux and how you log in once it is created.

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Creating and logging in to a Windows ECS

In this screencast we demonstrate how to create an Elastic Cloud Server (ECS) with Microsoft Windows and how to log in once it is created.

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Modifying ECS Sepcifications

After you have created an Elastic Cloud Server (ECS) you might want to increase or decrease vCPU or memory. This video explains how to do it.

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Screencasts in category: Storage

  • Elastic Volume Service
  • Object Storage Service
  • Volume Backup Service
Elastic Volume Service
Create an Elastic Volume Service Disk

In this Screencast we'll shown you how to create a block storage disk using our Elastic Volume Service.

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Delete Elastic Volume Service disks

Once an Elastic Volume Service disk is no longer needed, you can easily delete them. In this screencast you'll learn how to delete single EVS disks and batch delete operations.

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Expanding Elastic Volume Service disks

It might be the case, that an existing EVS data disk needs to be enlarged. Watch this short screencast to learn how this can be done easily.

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Expanding Elastic Volume Service disks (Service Disks)

Expanding an existing data disk using our Elastic Volume Service works a little different than expanding service disks. In this screencast we explain hot to expand service disks.

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Object Storage Service
Downloading files using OBS browser

Our Object Storage offers an OBS browser, that you can use to download files. This screencast demonstrates this in as little as 3 minutes.

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Downloading files using OBS console

You can download files from the Object Storage Service using the integrated console. In this video we demonstrate how to use it and download files.

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Uploading files to OBS using OBS browser

Uploading files to our Object Storage Service is easily done using the integrated OBS browser. Watch this small video how to do it.

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Uploading files to OBS using OBS console

To upload files to OBS you can use the integrated console. This screencast demonstrates how to use it.

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Volume Backup Service
Backing Up Data with a Backup Plan

Volume Backup Service provides a Backup Plan functionality. Learn how to lever this convenient feature to automate backups for your volumes.

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Creating Volume Backup Service backups manually

This video tutorial explains how to manually back up Elastic Volume Service disks using the Volume Backup Service console.

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Creating an Elastic Volume Service with Backup Data

This screencast shows how to create an Elastic Volume Storage and attach it to an existing Elastic Cloud Server

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Restoring Elastic Volume Service disk data

This screencast introduces how to restore thge data of an Elastic Volume Service disk using the Volume Backup Service console.

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Screencasts in category: Security Management

  • Anti DDoS
  • Cloud Trace Service
  • Identity & Access Management
  • Key Management Service
  • Simple Message Notification
  • Tag Management Service
Anti DDoS
Adjust Security Settings

This tutorial explains how to adjust security settings after Anti-DDoS defense is enabled.

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Disabling Anti-DDoS Defense

This tutorial shows how to disable Anti-DDoS defense.

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Enabling Alarm Notification

This tutorial explains how to enable alarm notification, to send notifications by SMS or E-Mail if a DDoS attack is detected.

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Enabling Anti-DDoS Defense

This turorial explains how to enable Anti-DDoS defense for an IP address which defends it against DDoS attacks.

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View a Monitoring Report

This video shows how to view a moniroting report of the IP address of an instance.

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View an Interception Report

This video demonstrates how to view defense statistics of all IP addresses of a user.

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Cloud Trace Service
Querying Archived Traces

Cloud Trace Service (CTS) records operations performed on cloud ressources and stores the records in form of traces to the OBS bucket in real time. This tutorial shows how to obtain historical operations from the trace files.

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Viewing the CTS Enabling Operation Record

This video tutorial shows how to Enable CTS disk and Querying Traces.

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Consuming Messages

Consumer groups can consume messages from a queue. This tutorial shows how to consume messages.

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Creating a Consumer Group

This video demonstrates how to create a Consumer Group in order to consume messages.

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Creating a Message

Creating a message means publishing a message to a chosen queue. This video demonstrate how to create a message.

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Creating a Queue

To use messaging you need to create one or more queues first. This screencast explains how to create a queue.

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Identity & Access Management
Managing IAM Users and Their Permissions

Administrators need to manage users and their permissions. Identity & Access Management capabilities provide these features, this tutorials explains how to use them.

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Managing Users

This tutorial explains the basics of managing users (e.g. change E-Mail Address, export data for created users).

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Setting Account Security Policies

Account policies are a useful feature to improve account security. This tutorial introduces the capabilities and how to use them.

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Setting Login for Federated Users

In order to successfully enable login to Open Telekom Cloud for ferated users, you can configure a trust relationship between the enterprise Identity Provider and the IAM Service. This tutorial shows you the general concept.

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Key Management Service
Canceling the scheduled Deletion of a Key

This tutorial shows how to use the management console to cancel the scheduled deletion of one or multiple keys prior to execution.

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Creating a Key

This screencast hows how to use the management console to create a CMK.

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Disabling a Key

This tutorial explains how to disable a Key (CMK).

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Enabling a Key

This tutorial explains how to enable one or multiple keys.

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Querying a Key

This screencast explains how to use the management console to get information about a CMK, such as name, status, ID and creation time.

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Scheduling the Deletion of a Key

This tutorial shows how to use the management console to schedule the deletion of a CMK.

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Simple Message Notification
Publishing Messages to an Autorized Topic

SMN (Simple Message Notification) allows to organize messages through Topics. This tutorial shows how to use it.

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Publishing a JSON Message

This tutorial explains how to publish a JSON message using the Simple Message Notification Service.

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Publishing a Template Message

Message templates are a useful feature of the Simple Message Notification Service. This tutorial explains how to use it.

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Tag Management Service
Using Predefined Tags

This video explains how to use predefined tags with the Tag Management Service.

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Using Resource Tags

This turotial explains how to use Resource Tags with our Tag Management Service.

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Screencasts in category: Connectivity Networking

Elastic Load Balancer
Adding a listener an backend ECSs

Elastic Load Balance (ELB) is a service, that automatically distributed load between Elastic Cloud Servers (ECS). This video explains how to configure a listener to a load balancer and backend ECSs.

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Creating a Public Network Load Balancer

Elastic Load Balance (ELB) is a service that automatically distributes access load between Elastic Cloud Servers (ECSs) to improve application service capabilities and improve fault taulerance. This screencast explains how to use it.

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Unified Load Balancer
Adding a Listener and Backend ECSs

Elastic Load Balancer is a service that distributes traffic to multiple Elastic Cloud Servers. This tutorial explains how to add a listener and add backend ECSs to be monitored by the listener.

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Lorum Ipsum

Lorum Ipsum

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Virtual Private Cloud
Create Virtual Private Cloud for accessing the internet using EIP

The Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) provides multiple ways to access the Internet. This screencasts explains how to configure Internet access for a VPC using  Elastic IP Service (EIP).

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Create Virtual Private Cloud for accessing the Internet through VPN

A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) can be configured to access the Internet using a Virtual Private Network (VPN). This screencast explains how to use it.

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Screencasts in category: PaaS

  • Cloud Container Engine
  • Distributed Cache Service
  • Relational Database Service
  • Workspace Service
Cloud Container Engine
Create Content Template

This video tutorial shows how to create Content Templates for Cloud Container Engine (including Network protocol, ports and memory capacity).

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Create Container Cluster

Container Clusters are an important concept when using Docker Containers. This screencast explains how to configure them properly.

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Create Containerized Application

This video tutorial explains how to create a containerized application using Container Cluster and Content Template.

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Uploading Container Image

This video tutorial explains how to upload Container Images.

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Distributed Cache Service
Creating a DCS Instance

In order to use Distributed Cache Service (DCS) you need to create DCS instances first. This screencast explains how to create DCS instances.

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Accessing a DCS Instance (e.g. with redis-cli)

Distributed Cache Service (DCS) works with multiple types of Redis clients. This tutorial explains how to use redis-cli as an example.

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Relational Database Service
Changing the CPU or Memory (MS-SQL)

This screencast explains how to change the CPU or memory of a Microsoft SQL Server DB instance.

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Creating a Manual Snapshot (MS-SQL)

This screencast explains how to create a snapshop manually of a running primary Microsoft SQL-Server DB Instance using RDS.

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Creating a RDS Microsoft SQL Server DB Instance

This screencast explains how to create a RDS Instance using Microsoft SQL DB. After creating the instance you can manage it on the RDS console.

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Creating and editing a Parameter Group

A DB parameter group acts as a container for engine configuration values. This screencast explains how to create and edit a parameter group and how to compare two parameter groups.

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Restoring a Microsoft SQL Server Manual Snapshot

A manual snapshot of a Microsoft SQL Server Instance can be restored to the current DB instance only. This video explains how to do it.

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Workspace Service
Applying for Workspace

This video tutorial explains how to apply for Workspace in scenarios, where Workspace is conntected to an existing Active Directory domain and uses the Internet for network access.

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Cancelling Workspace

You can cancel Workspace after you fail to apply for Workspace or when you don't need Workspace after successful application. This tutorial explains the details.

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Screencasts in category: SaaS

Mapreduce Service
Creating a Cluster

Map Reduce Service (MRS) supports the use of clusters for Hadoop, Spark, HBase and Hive. This tutorial explains how to create a cluster.

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Running a Spark SQL Statement

This tutorial on Map Reduce Service (MRS) explains how to manage a cluster using Spark with SQL statements.

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Submitting a Jar or Script Job

Video tutorial on submitting a Jar or Script Job using Map Reduce Service (MRS).

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Terminating a Cluster

In this tutorial we explain how to terminate an existing cluster on Map Reduce Service (MRS).

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Screencasts in category: Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous
Changing the Desktop Login Password

To improve security of the desktop you are advised to change the desktop login password. This tutorials explains the details.

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Creating Desktops

This video tutorial explains how to create Desktops when using public Workspace images.

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Logging in to a Desktop using a Software Client

Workspace allows to log in to Desktops using Software Clients. This tutorial explains how to configure a software client to login.

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Maintaining a Desktop using Self-Help console

When you can't log in to your Desktop normally, you can use the self-help console to log in to Desktop for maintenance.

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Managing Desktops

Workspace management console is very useful to manage desktops. See how it works in action.

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Managing Policies

Policies are useful for USB port redirection, printer redirection, file redirection and clipboard redirection to control the data transmission between user terminals and Workspace. See details in this video tutorial.

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Restarting a Desktop

When a Workspace is being used, it may fail to be connected due to misoperations. If this happens, you can restart the desktop to solve the problem. This tutorial explains how.

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Restarting Infrastructure Server Data

If a system fault occurs, you can use the disks that are automatically backed up to restore the infrastructure servers. This tutorial explains how to use it.

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