Test Cloud

Welcome to BENESTRA Test Cloud!

Our Test Cloud is an exciting environment that allows you to experience the cloud for yourself.

The ride will give you an opportunity to quickly create your own cloud computing environment in just 5 minutes and control the different pool of resources.

 


 



 

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What can you do?

You can login and build a new virtual server from scratch or utilize one of our preconfigured servers that can be modified to your needs. Once the virtual environment is built, login to the virtual machine’s operating system remotely and test the cloud resources. Try it and see how flexible and agile cloud computing resources can be.
 

What can't you do?

For security reasons, the Test Cloud environment does not have Internet access and does not allow you to install applications.
If you would like to test a fully functional solution that is tuned to your requirements, please contact us and we will build your desired cloud.
     

Test Cloud Specifications:

Test Cloud is reset each day at 4:00 am
Available resources:
  • 20 GHz
  • 10 GB
  • 500 GB of storage
Two preconfigured virtual servers options (Windows and Debian) for testing:
  • 2vCPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 50 GB HDD
  • Windows and Linux OS
 

Solution limitations

As the environment offers multiuser access at one time, any user may easily modify VMs created by other users.
Please remember, the whole virtual environment is restarted and cleaned every night.


Browser requirements

Before you start your Test Cloud, please prepare your browser to access our vCloud Director.
How to set Mozilla Firefox.
How to set Microsoft Internet Explorer.
     

 

Using the VMware Remote Console

You can use the VMware Remote Console to remotely connect to the virtual machine's mouse, keyboard, and screen. This allows you to use them as if you have the guest operating system installed on your local computer.
The VMware Remote Console is a browser plug-in that you can use with Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.
The VMware Remote Console opens in a separate window. You can keep the VMware Remote Console running even if you close your browser. You can open more than one console to interact with the operating systems of several virtual machines at the same time.
You must have administrator privileges to install the VMware Remote Console plug-in.
 
     
Install the VMware Remote Console Plug-In for Mozilla Firefox
  1. Select a virtual machine from the Inventory panel.
  2. Click the Console tab. If the plug-in is not already installed, a warning message appears.
  3. Click Install plug-in. The Software Installation window appears.
  4. In the Software Installation window, click Install now.
  5. Restart Firefox to complete the installation.
  Install the VMware Remote Console Plug-In for Internet Explorer
  1. Select a virtual machine from the Inventory panel.
  2. Click the Console tab. If the plug-in is not already installed, a warning message appears.
  3. In the warning message, click Install plug-in. The File Download - Security Warning window appears and asks if you want to run or save the file.
  4. Click Run and on the Internet Explorer - Security Warning window click Run again.
  5. On the Welcome page, click Install.
  6. When the installation is complete, click Finish.
To find the password for login into OS:
  1. Click on the tab My Cloud and select VMs from the left menu
  2. Right click on the virtual machine you want to access.
  3. From the VM Menu select Properities.
  4. Click Guest OS Customization tab.
  5. Your password is within Password Reset section.
 
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