This is an overview of how to use the iland Cloud console to manage your Veeam Cloud Backup environment. It provides a walkthrough of the console features, and some helpful tips and tricks.
This article focuses on the Secure Cloud Backup dashboards. For general information about the iland Console and how to get around see the article here: https://success.iland.com/docs/secure-cloud-console/console-overview-and-quickstart-guide?section=getting-around-the-console
The Dashboard is where you will view all of your usage and performance information, as well as where you will come to manage your environment. Because it includes so much of what the iland Console has to offer, we have dedicated a little more time to exploring it in depth. This is the primary view for managing your Locations and Tenants: requesting resource changes, creating additional Console users, and tracking remaining and used storage.
The dashboard changes slightly as you delve deeper into your environment, providing information and functionality that is relevant to that layer of your environment. Because of this, we will go level by level to show you some of the specifics of what you can do at each point.
At each level in the Dashboard, you will find graphs, charts, and tables that show the information that is relevant at that layer of your environment. Hover over the Summary Graphs for more detail, or click the camera icon to create an image of the chart you are currently viewing. You can also download that data directly so that you use it or format it as needed, wherever a download button is available. Our tables can be sorted and exported as needed at any time.
Our billing tab provides a quick and simple way to view your historical and current billing data, including details on individual tenant costs.
One new feature, launched in early 2020, is the ability to see the Insider Protection status of your tenants. For more information on Insider Protection, see here. You can now easily see tenant Insider Protection status in the Location Dashboard and Tenant Dashboard:
One new feature, launched in early 2020, is the ability to change the name of your Veeam Cloud Connect (VCC) tenants in the Secure Cloud Console. To change the name of a VCC tenant:
One new feature, launched in early 2020, is the ability to change the password of your Veeam Cloud Connect (VCC) tenants in the Secure Cloud Console. To change the password of a VCC tenant:
One new feature, launched in early 2020, is the ability to see additional costs for tenants that have Insider Protection enabled when you purchase more storage. To purchase more storage and add it to a VCC tenant:
One new feature, launched in April 2020, is the ability to change storage allocated to a VCC tenant.
One new feature, launched in April 2020, is the ability to view the number of VM and Agent backups copied to iland. You can see this information in the Location Overview, Tenants Dashboard, and individual Tenant Dashboard:
One new feature, launched in May 2020, is the ability to create a new VCC tenant. To create a new VCC tenant:
One new feature, launched in May 2020, is the ability to delete a VCC tenant. To delete a VCC tenant:
One new feature, launched in May 2020, is the ability to browse the contents of the repo file system at iland for a VCC tenant.