This section explains how to deploy Azure Native Qumulo Scalable File Service, view information about your service, and connect to the Web UI.

To Deploy the Azure Native Qumulo Scalable File Service

This section explains how to deploy the service in Azure.

  1. Log in to the Azure Portal and search for Azure Native Qumulo Scalable File Service.

  2. On the Create a Qumulo resource in Azure page, on the Basics tab, in the Project details section:

    a. Select a Subscription that you can access as an owner.

    b. Select a Resource group or click Create new.

  3. In the Azure resource details section:

    a. Enter a Resource name. This is the name of your service.

    b. Select a Region. For more information, see Supported Azure Regions.

    c. Select an Availability zone. Azure pins the service resources in a region to this availability zone.

  4. In the Administrator account section, enter a Password and then re-enter it.

  5. In the Qumulo file system details section:

    a. Select the Standard or Performance storage type.

    b. Specify the size of the service to create, in TB.

  6. In the Pricing plan section, select a pricing plan.

    The pay-as-you-go plan is the default plan.

  7. On the Networking tab, in the Configure virtual network section:

    a. Select the Virtual network for hosting your service. For more information, see Configuring Virtual Networking for the Azure Native Qumulo Scalable File Service.

    b. Select an existing delegated subnet to associate with your service.

  8. On the Tags tab, enter any custom tags as a name-value pair.

  9. To create a service, click Next: Review + Create >.

Viewing Service Information and Connecting to the Web UI

When Azure finishes creating your service, you can view information about the service and use the Web UI.

Viewing the IP Addresses of Your Service

To view the IP addresses associated with your service, click IP Addresses on the sidebar.

To Log in to the Web UI

To log in to the Web UI, you must identify your service endpoint.

  1. Click Overview and then copy the Qumulo Core Web UI Login URL. For example:
  2. Enter the URL into a browser on the same network.

  3. When the page prompts you for a Username, enter admin.

  4. When the page prompts you for a Password, enter the administrator password that you configured.

For more information about working with Qumulo Core and the Web UI, see the Qumulo Administrator Guide.