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Tags in CROC Cloud

23.10.2020 2 minutes 34

Now you can tag instances and disks in the web interface of CROC Cloud. Tags are designed to help you identify, arrange, and easily manage dozens of your similar cloud resources.

You are able to tag both existing and newly created resources, using up to 50 key-value pairs per resource.

Web interface changes

In the web interface tags can be edited, deleted, displayed in resource tables as columns and used for resource filtering.

The Description field has been turned into the Name tag. The Description field, like tags, is an editable character string with the user-specified value and has been turned into a tag since it fits perfectly into the tag concept. So all text parameters will be presented as tags, allowing you to quickly identify the required resources and more conveniently manage resource groups based on tags.

To learn more about all web interface tag-related capabilities, see documentation

API changes

RunInstancesCreateVolumeDescribeInstanceAttribute methods no longer support the Description attribute.

ModifyInstanceAttribute and ModifyVolumeAttribute methods no longer support the Description.Value attribute.

DescribeVolumeAttribute method is no longer supported.

To identify instances and volumes, use tag with Name key from the tagSet attribute instead of the Description attribute. This attribute contains a set of all tags associated with the resource.

These changes will help simplifying tag-enabled resource management, search, and filtering in CROC Cloud services.

If you face any problems using tags, contact us on the support portal support.cloud.croc.ru or by email at cloud_support@croc.ru





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