Manage Cloud Accounts dialog box

This dialog box enables you to manage the cloud accounts that can host load generators. The dialog box lists the relevant cloud accounts.

To access
Controller > Tools > Manage Cloud Accounts
Important information The default proxy is used for validating the cloud account.
Relevant tasks
See also

User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):

UI Element
Adds a cloud account to the list.
Removes a cloud account from the list.
Edit the details of the cloud account (visible in the expanded details of each cloud account).

<Account Name>

The name that you use to identify the account in Controller. You can modify the name if and when required.
Username/ Password Placeholder identifiers before an account is selected.
Access Key ID/ Secret Access Key

AWS (Amazon Web Service) identifiers that are used to manage IAM (Identity and Access Management) in order to manage users and their security credentials across Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud).

For details, see the AWS documentation.

Subscription ID/ Path to certificate

Identifiers that are used to manage cloud subscriptions for Microsoft Azure.

For details, see Create certificates for Azure cloud.

Wait … hours before terminating the load generator after a test run or collation that did not succeed

Lets you specify how long to wait after the post-run collation failed, before terminating the cloud-based load generator. This delay gives you time to access information on the load generator and determine why the collation failed. When a load generator is removed from the cloud, all data saved as part of the load generator is deleted.

You can enter a value from 0 through 168, and specify two digits to the right of the decimal point. For example, a value of 10.50 waits ten and a half hours.

Note: This setting is only visible if your cloud provider supports this feature.

Provider Site A direct hyperlink to the cloud provider's website.
Choose network profile

The network profile defines the connection between Controller and the cloud provider.

Note: A network profile is used to define the connection properties for Controller with cloud providers and the connection with Load Generators.

You can select the default connection (LoadRunner Default), where the settings are taken from the Windows proxy settings. Otherwise, fill in the proxy settings section of the Network Profile Manager to define the connection with the cloud provider.

For details of how to create a network profile, see Network Profile Manager dialog box.

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