4.1. Upload Private Template / ISO

If you utilize your BYOL Private ISO Image File as well as your Private Template Image in creation of your Virtual Server Instance, you need to upload such Image File into “Image Storage” in advance.

Here describes how to upload them.


You do NOT need to do this task, if you create the various resources from the Official Template Enterprise Cloud 2.0 has provided.

4.1.1. Image Storage

Move to “Image Storage” from the Control Panel, then click “Create Image” at the lower place of the screen.

4.1.2. Create Images

Register and upload your BYOL Image File on the “Create Image” screen.

Upload Image

Here, upload the CentOS ISO File which you will utilize in creation of the Virtual Server Instance. Following are the details on the setting items.


Name of the Image, which you will create.


The Image tag setting enables you to sort the appeared data in the summary screen within “Image Storage”.

Image File

Select your BYOL Private Image File from your device.


Choose a Image File format, you selected as above, from the following file formats: 1. “ISO ”, 2. “qcow2”, 3. “raw”.

Minimum Disk (GB)

Specify the minimum disk capacity necessary to start the Image. You can’t create smaller Image Volume than this specified minimum disk volume, at the time of Image Volume Creation.

Minimum Memory (MB)

Specify the minimum memory size necessary to boot the Image. You can NOT configure the Image Volume smaller than this specified minimum disk size when creating the Instance.

Protection (“Protected” at the screen)

If you turn on “Protected” at the screen, you can NOT delete the Image you have uploaded.

Once uploading & registering the Image File have done, the registered one is added and shown as “Active” at the “Image Storage” list screen.