Elastic Compute

Elastic Compute provides an Infrastructure as a Service environment based on Apache CloudStack as management middleware and KVM hypervisors. The platform is configured, set up, maintained, and monitored by Leaseweb.

As a user you will get a pool of resources with CPU cores, RAM and NFS storage on a fully redundant platform. Through the native Apache CloudStack Dashboard and API there resources are used to build and deploy different type of networks and virtual machines. 

Elastic compute comes with two types of resource options for different work loads:

  • Elastic Compute: for a more competitively priced option without sacrificing excellent computing performance. This option is currently only available in AMS-01 and WDC-02.

  • Elastic Compute Premiumhas dedicated hyper threads, ready to maximise performance and handle your most demanding workloads. This option is available in AMS-01, LON-01, SIN-01, FRA-10, SFO-12, and WDC-02.

Software

Operating system

Leaseweb supplies OS templates and ISO's in the Apache CloudStack dashboard, to get you easily started with creating your own virtual machine(s). It is also possible to upload an ISO and create your own template from an existing virtual machine.

Windows

Leaseweb does not supply (pre-licensed) windows OS templates.
We do supply prepared Windows ISOs so that you can start installing Windows yourself. To active Windows on a virtual machine, you need to acquire a Windows license. The licenses for Windows can be acquired through us (please contact Sales) and are not included in your default elastic compute pricing.

Control panel software

We do not supply pre-created templates with control panel software. However, you can buy licenses and install any panel.

Network

Apache CloudStack provides a wealth of options with respect to networks. The two basic network models available in Elastic Compute are:

  • Shared network (instances get a public IPv4 address directly assigned to their virtual NIC)
  • Isolated network (all instances are deployed behind a virtual router device within a private network using private IP space. The virtual router is the gateway to the public internet)

N.B. for both network types we provide a public IPv4 subnet, connecting your virtual machines (based on the network type) to the public internet.

Particularly the isolated network provides different additional features including:

  • Load balancing (basic load balancing by the virtual router device for an isolated network)
  • Firewall (both ingress and egress policies)
  • Port forwarding (through the virtual router to specific instances within the virtual routers isolated network)
  • Virtual Private Cloud, VPC (a network consisting of multiple isolated networks, tiers, all connected and managed through the same virtual router)
  • Site-to-site VPNs (with a VPC)

Firewall

Within Elastic Compute, there is a firewall functionality for virtual private networks. This functionality is delivered by means of the virtual router and is part of the default product. It does not incur any additional cost.

The firewall feature allows you to set traffic rules for the internet protocols TCP, UDP and ICMP and define the port(s) on IP address level.

IP addresses

For Private Cloud, it is possible to buy ranges of public IPv4 addresses starting with a /29. These IP addresses are charged per IP address.
You need to acquire these ranges per network model you require. Therefore, if both the shared and the isolated networks are needed, then two ranges are required to give those connectivity to the Internet. Please keep in mind that due to the nature of subnets, the effectively usable IP addresses that you can assign to virtual machines are less than the total number bought.

Since each subnet is announced to the public internet as a network, 5 IP addresses are reserved for network, router 1, router 2, gateway and broadcast addresses.

Regular procedures for obtaining these addresses apply. If more than a /28 range is required, it is possible to get them but regular procedure for obtaining those IP addresses apply. Sales can help you with that request.

SLA

It is possible to obtain SLAs for Private Cloud based on Apache CloudStack. This will ensure fast support and a quicker response time.

Upgrades and Downgrades

In the Customer Portal you can request an upgrade for your resource pool. Increase your resource pool using the sliders and click on Submit to request the upgrade. Your upgrade request will be processed and we will notify you when resources are added.

Managing assigned Elastic Compute IP Addresses

This section describes how to view the IP list and edit the reverse lookup of your Elastic Compute assigned IP address space through the Actions in the Customer Portal.

In the Leaseweb Customer Portal, click the ID of your Elastic Compute to visit the details page. Under Actions, click on IP Address Management to open the interface shown below.

Setting Reverse Lookup

The configuration of PTR resource records to identify servers by Reverse DNS is strictly an optional part of the DNS standard implementation.
You are not required to use reverse lookup zones (although for some applications, such as SMTP, Reverse DNS records are used to perform security checks).

  1. Modify Reverse DNS Name to which PTR record you would like for your allocated IP addresses to point at.
  2. Click OK to save.

Upgrading DDoS IP Protection Profile

There are different DDoS IP protection profiles to be enabled for your IP address. For more information please visit the knowledge base article DDoS IP Protection.

  • Select the arrow next to the current DDOS IP protection type to upgrade to Advanced.
  • By Submitting you will upgrade your type to Advanced, allowing you to choose between 3 different detection profiles.

Null-routing Assigned IP Addresses

Null-routing allows you to block all the IP traffic to the respective IP address that is assigned to your VM.

  • Click on Null-route, to null-route the IP address.
  • You can provide a comment and the duration for the null-routing (optional) in the next screen.

Delivery time

Delivery time depends on the size of the required resources (cores, storage, IP addresses). Most requests can be delivered within a hour.

CloudStack Private Cloud APIs

The Private Cloud API provides you all sorts of information about the Private Clouds that you have at Leaseweb. Using the APIs you can list your Private Cloud contract data, access credentials and inspect usage for data traffic, CPU, RAM and storage.

The complete list of endpoints including instructions can be found here: Private Cloud APIs

Bursting with Elastic Compute resource pool

Elastic Compute with the type resource pool (a monthly committed amount of resources), you can activate bursting that allows you to use more resources than is available within your resource pool. By enabling bursting, you will be allowed to use additional cores and RAM up to 1.5 times of your current committed resource pool. Bursting is charged by the hour and will be reflected in your next invoice.

For more information on billing, please check out our bursting FAQ here.

Typical use cases for Bursting

  • For periodic resource needs: during a period of new deployment, a new product launch, a marketing campaign, etc.
  • During rapid unpredictable growth period: to see what would be needed before committing to a larger pool.
  • To cover unpredictable jumps in workloads.

Enabling/ disabling Bursting for Elastic Compute

Follow these steps to enable Bursting for your Elastic Compute resource pool:

  1. Go to https://secure.leaseweb.com/ and login to your customer portal account
  2. Under Cloud Compute, click on the resource pool that you want to enable bursting for
  3. Click on the option Manage Bursting under Actions

  4. Activate bursting by switching the Bursting button to Enabled, and then click Submit.

Billing of Bursting

Your resource pool limit in the contract does not change and you keep paying for the committed resource pool. But the actual Elastic Compute resource limits will be raised by 1.5 times your resource pool capacity. This increase is reflected in the Apache CloudStack dashboard only. All consumed resources above the committed resource pool are tracked hourly and billed on your next invoice, these are the Bursting resources. This also means that you can have bursting enabled but as long as you do not exceed your resource pool limits, there are no additional costs.

In below table an example of a resource pool with 20 cores and 40 GB memory:

Example

CPUs

RAM

Resource Pool limits

20

40 GB

Resource Pool limits with Bursting enabled

30

60 GB

The following criteria applies for billing of Bursting:

  • A resource pool contract is invoiced at the start of the month.
  • The actual usage for each item is reported on an hourly basis.
  • In case an item (CPU, RAM or both) is used over the committed resource pool, you will be charged hourly for the item used. Over-usage calculations are as follows:
    • CPU and RAM: unit price for the item x number of hours used x amount that is overused
      Note: Unit prices are on demand list prices.

Reporting on Bursting usage

You can use the reporting feature to do the following tasks:

  • See your real usage in “Usage Graphs” on the Customer Portal.
  • Graph shows the usage of storage, CPUs, memory allocated to VMs, and data traffic usage.
  • Next to real usage, flat fee resource pool amounts are displayed along with the over-usage amounts.

Upgrading resource pools with Bursting enabled

If you have cloud bursting enabled, in case of a resource pool upgrade request, your new bursting limit will also upgrade at 1.5 and your bursting feature will stay enabled.

Managing data traffic notifications for Elastic Compute

Perform the following steps to set and manage data traffic notifications for Elastic Compute:

  1. Log in to the Customer Portal and click on Could Compute (or Private Cloud).
  2. Under Elastic Compute, choose the resource pool for which you want to manage your data traffic notifications.
  3. In the next screen, under the Data traffic notifications tab, you can manage the notifications for data traffic for your Elastic Compute domain.


  4. You will find the following information on this screen:

    Data traffic notification is configured by default to inform you (to your Technical Contact email address(es)) when the data traffic usage has reached 80% of your monthly limit. By updating the settings , you are able to change the default and customize your notification settings.

    Send to emailsA notification is an email that is sent to the Technical Contact email address(es) of your account, when the specified threshold is reached or exceeded by the actual usage.
    Limit

    The Limit value is the threshold required to trigger the notification.

    It needs to be a whole number in TB.

    Frequency

    Can be OnceDaily or Weekly.

    The frequency determines how often the notification email is repeated, once the threshold has been reached.

    NoteThe usage is checked every hour, therefore you may not immediately get notified once your set threshold limit has been reached.

Managing Apache CloudStack panel access

The Apache CloudStack dashboard, where you manage your cloud environments, has restricted access for only allowed IP addresses. This restriction is to protect your environments from malicious users, that can gain access through the Apache CloudStack dashboard. Please make sure to whitelist your IP address(es) to be able to reach the Apache CloudStack dashboard.

Perform the following steps to whitelist an IP address or network:

  1. Log in to the Customer Portal, click on Cloud Compute and select the cloud ID for which you want to grant access.

  2. Under Actions, click on Manage CloudStack Panel Access.


  3. In the CloudStack Panel Access pop-up window, you can Add or Remove an IP address or entire network range.


  4. After clicking on Add or Remove, the selected IP or Network will be added or removed from the whitelist.


Leaseweb provided documentation

We have written an extensive manual explaining the available functions and tasks you can perform in the Elastic Compute.

CloudStack provided documentation

There are a lot of generic documentation explaining the infrastructure setup and generic concepts within CloudStack. Particularly the "Concepts and Terminology" and "Programmer guide" can be of great use.
The first gives a basic understanding of Cloudstack setup and working. The second is a great source for getting started with the API.
http://docs.cloudstack.apache.org/en/latest/conceptsandterminology/

There is the Usage guide which provides a lot of insight in the setup and workings of CloudStack:
http://docs.cloudstack.apache.org/en/latest/adminguide/index.html

The Release Notes will tell you what has changed between the versions. This can be useful in case our Private Cloud version is not yet updated to the latest one (which will always be a temporary situation):
http://docs.cloudstack.apache.org/projects/cloudstack-release-notes/ (Before 4.14)

http://docs.cloudstack.apache.org/en/latest/releasenotes/index.html (4.14)

There is the API guide which will give insight in the available API calls. Together with the "Programmer guide", this provides a good starting point for using the API. Please be notified that Some API are only available for the admin users. As a results, our customer won't have access to them.

http://cloudstack.apache.org/api/apidocs-4.14/

http://docs.cloudstack.apache.org/en/4.14.0.0/developersguide/index.html

There is a wiki which contains additional information:

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CLOUDSTACK/Home

 

Release Notes: Apache CloudStack 4.14 (Feb 4, 2021)

Feature updates

The following features have been added/enhanced with this release:

  • New UI to manage the Load Balancer configuration

    The HA proxy load balancer configuration used to be managed by tags. This has changed to a separate interface, making the options more clear and user friendly. To find the load balancer config, go to Network > select the isolated network > click on LB Config tab.


  • Net network type - L2 Network
    Allowing you to create virtual machines in a (isolated) layer 2 network, without any services like dhcp.

  • Several UI improvements
    Increased granularity and control of instance deployment (UI changes), additional configuration metadata to VMs, many displaying improvements for VM and network information.

  • Userdata Support
    Users can insert cloud-config userdata on an existing VM to assist with automating application deployments. For more examples see: https://cloudinit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/topics/examples.html#yaml-examples Userdata can also be applied in the VM deployment wizard or API.
    CloudStack datasource specific documentation can be found here: https://cloudinit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/topics/datasources/cloudstack.html


  • Strongswan VPN Improvements
    More advanced encryption methods are now supported with the Site to Site and Remote Access VPNs.
  • Primate UI
    A new and responsive user interface has been developed by the Apache CloudStack community under the project name Primate UI. This UI is made available as a Beta release with the upgrade and can be accessed by adding /client/primate after the login url to the existing Apache CloudStack dashboard.

API updates

The following APIs have been added new or modified for your use:

New API Commands

NameDescription
createSnapshotFromVMSnapshotCreates an instant snapshot of a volume from existing vm snapshot.
destroyVolumeDestroys a Volume.
getUploadParamsForIsoupload an existing ISO into the CloudStack cloud.
getUserKeysThis command allows the user to query the seceret and API keys for the account
getVolumeSnapshotDetailsGet Volume Snapshot Details
listDetailOptionsLists all possible details and their options for a resource type such as a VM or a template
listVirtualMachinesMetricsLists VM metrics
listVolumesMetricsLists volume metrics
moveUserMoves a user to another account
recoverVolumeRecovers a Destroy volume.

Changed API Commands

API RequestResponse
activateProject
New Parameters: projectaccountname
addIpToNic
New Parameters: secondaryip
addNicToVirtualMachineNew Parameters: dhcpoptions (optional), macaddress (optional)

New Parameters: memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails, bootmode, boottype


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

archiveSnapshot
Removed Parameters: tags(*)
assignVirtualMachine

New Parameters: projectid (optional)


Changed Parameters: account was ‘required’ and is now ‘optional’, domainid was ‘required’ and is now ‘optional’

New Parameters: memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails, bootmode, boottype


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

associateIpAddressNew Parameters: ipaddress (optional)
attachIso

New Parameters: memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails, bootmode, boottype


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

attachVolume

New Parameters: clusterid, clustername, physicalsize, podid, podname, utilization, virtualsize, diskioread, diskiowrite, diskkbsread, diskkbswrite

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

changeServiceForVirtualMachine

New Parameters: memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails, bootmode, boottype


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

copyTemplate

New Parameters: childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

createAccountChanged Parameters: accounttype was ‘required’ and is now ‘optional’New Parameters: domainpath
createDiskOfferingNew Parameters: zoneid (optional), cachemode (optional)New Parameters: zone, zoneid
createEgressFirewallRuleNew Parameters: destcidrlist (optional)New Parameters: destcidrlist
createFirewallRule
New Parameters: destcidrlist
createLoadBalancerRule
New Parameters: zonename
createNetworkNew Parameters: bypassvlanoverlapcheck (optional), externalid (optional), hideipaddressusage (optional)New Parameters: externalid, details
createProject
New Parameters: projectaccountname
createServiceOfferingNew Parameters: customized (optional), maxcpunumber (optional), maxmemory (optional), mincpunumber (optional), minmemory (optional), zoneid (optional), cachemode (optional)New Parameters: cacheMode, zone, zoneid
createSnapshotNew Parameters: locationtype (optional), tags (optional)

New Parameters: locationtype, osdisplayname, ostypeid, virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

createSnapshotFromVMSnapshot

New Parameters: virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

createSnapshotPolicyNew Parameters: tags (optional)
createTemplate

New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

createUser
New Parameters: usersource
createVolumeChanged parameters: name (old version - required, new version - optional)

New Parameters: clusterid, clustername, physicalsize, podid, podname, utilization, virtualsize, diskioread, diskiowrite, diskkbsread, diskkbswrite

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

createVPCOfferingNew Parameters: domainid (optional), zoneid (optional)New Parameters: domain, domainid, zone, zoneid
createVpnConnection
New parameters: forceencap
createVpnCustomerGatewayNew parameters: forceencap (optional)New parameters: forceencap
deleteTemplateNew Parameters: forced (optional)
deployVirtualMachineNew Parameters: datadiskofferinglist (optional), dhcpoptionsnetworklist (optional), macaddress (optional), clusterid (optional), copyimagetags (optional), ovfproperties (optional), podid (optional), bootmode (optional), boottype (optional)

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

destroyVirtualMachineNew Parameters: volumeidsNew Parameters: bootmode, boottype, readonlyuidetails
detachIso

New Parameters: memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails, bootmode, boottype


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

detachVolume

New Parameters: clusterid, clustername, physicalsize, podid, podname, utilization, virtualsize, diskioread, diskiowrite, diskkbsread, diskkbswrite

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

disableAccount
New Parameters: domainpath
disableUser
New Parameters: usersource
enableAccount
New Parameters: domainpath
enableUser
New Parameters: usersource
getUser
New Parameters: usersource
listAccountsNew Parameters: details (optional)New Parameters: domainpath
listDiskOfferingsNew Parameters: zoneid (optional)New Parameters: zone, zoneid
listEgressFirewallRules
New Parameters: destcidrlist
listEventsNew Parameters: startid (optional)
listFirewallRules
New Parameters: destcidrlist
listIsos
New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize
listLoadBalancerRules
New Parameters: zonename
listNetworkOfferingsNew Parameters: domainid (optional)New Parameters: domain, domainid, supportspublicaccess, zone, zoneid
listNetworks
New Parameters: details, externalid
listNics
New Parameters: extradhcpoption, adaptertype, ipaddresses, isolatedpvlan, isolatedpvlantype, vlanid
listProjectAccounts
New Parameters: projectaccountname
listProjectsNew Parameters: details (optional)New Parameters: projectaccountname
listPublicIpAddressesNew Parameters: networkid (optional)
listResourceLimitsNew Parameters: resourcetypename (optional)New Parameters: resourcetypename
listServiceOfferingsNew Parameters: zoneid (optional)New Parameters: cacheMode, zone, zoneid
listSnapshotsNew Parameters: ids (optional)

New Parameters: locationtype, osdisplayname, ostypeid, virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

listTemplatesNew Parameters: ids (optional), parenttemplateid (optional)

New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

listUsers
New Parameters: usersource
listVirtualMachines

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

listVMSnapshotNew Parameters: vmsnapshotids (optional)
listVolumesNew Parameters: clusterid (optional), ids (optional), state (optional)

New Parameters: clusterid, clustername, diskioread, diskiowrite, diskkbsread, diskkbswrite, physicalsize, podid, podname, utilization, virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

listVolumesMetricsNew Parameters: state (optional)New Parameters: diskiopstotal
listVPCOfferingsNew Parameters: zoneid (optional)New Parameters: domain, domainid, zone, zoneid
listVpnConnections
New parameters: forceencap
lockAccount
New Parameters: domainpath
lockUser
New Parameters: usersource
login
New Parameters: timezoneoffset
prepareTemplate

New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

prepareTemplate
New Parameters: childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize
rebootVirtualMachine

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

recoverVirtualMachine
New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails
registerIsoNew Parameters: directdownload (optional)

New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

registerTemplate

New Parameters: directdownload (optional), zoneids (optional)


Changed Parameters: zoneid was ‘required’ and is now ‘optional’

New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

removeNicFromVirtualMachine

New Parameters:  bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

resetPasswordForVirtualMachine

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

resetSSHKeyForVirtualMachine

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

resetVpnConnection
New parameters: forceencap
resizeVolume

New Parameters: clusterid, clustername, diskioread, diskiowrite, diskkbsread, diskkbswrite, physicalsize, podid, podname, utilization, virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

restoreVirtualMachine
New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails
Removed Parameters: tags(*)
revertSnapshot

New Parameters: locationtype, osdisplayname, ostypeid, virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

revertToVMSnapshot

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

startVirtualMachineNew Parameters: clusterid (optional), podid (optional)

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, New Parameters: clusterid (optional), podid (optional)


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

stopVirtualMachine
New Parameters: memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs
Removed Parameters: tags(*)
stopVirtualMachine
New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, readonlyuidetails
suspendProject
New Parameters: projectaccountname
updateAccount
New Parameters: domainpath
updateDefaultNicForVirtualMachine
New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails
Removed Parameters: tags(*)
updateDiskOfferingNew Parameters: domainid (optional), zoneid (optional)New Parameters: zone, zoneid
updateEgressFirewallRule
New Parameters: destcidrlist
updateFirewallRule
New Parameters: destcidrlist
updateIsoNew Parameters: cleanupdetails (optional)

New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

updateLoadBalancerRuleNew Parameters: protocol (optional)New Parameters: zonename
updateNetworkNew Parameters: forced (optional), hideipaddressusage (optional), updateinsequence (optional)New Parameters: details, externalid
updatePortForwardingRuleNew Parameters: privateendport (optional)
updateProject
New Parameters: projectaccountname
updateResourceCount
New Parameters: resourcetypename
updateResourceLimit
New Parameters: resourcetypename
updateServiceOfferingNew Parameters: domainid (optional), zoneid (optional)New Parameters: cacheMode, zone, zoneid
updateTemplateNew Parameters: cleanupdetails (optional)

New Parameters: bits, childtemplates, directdownload, parenttemplateid, physicalsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

updateUser
New Parameters: usersource
updateVirtualMachineNew Parameters: dhcpoptionsnetworklist (optional), securitygroupids (optional), securitygroupnames (optional)

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, cleanupdetails (optional), memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails 


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

updateVMAffinityGroup

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

updateVmNicIp

New Parameters: bootmode, boottype, memoryintfreekbs, memorykbs, memorytargetkbs, readonlyuidetails


Removed Parameters: tags(*)

updateVolume

New Parameters: clusterid, clustername, diskioread, diskiowrite, diskkbsread, diskkbswrite, physicalsize, podid, podname, utilization, virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)

updateVpnConnection
New parameters: forceencap
updateVpnCustomerGatewayNew parameters: forceencap (optional)New parameters: forceencap
uploadVolume

New Parameters: clusterid, clustername, diskioread, diskiowrite, diskkbsread, diskkbswrite, physicalsize, podid, podname, utilization, virtualsize

Removed Parameters: tags(*)





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