Host Management lists all compute resources currently available to Kazuhm.
Please click on the “Add Hosts” button located above in order to download the installer for your host’s operating system (more detailed information located below).
Once you download the installer, you will need to run the installer on as many hosts (of that corresponding operating system) as you would like to connect to Kazuhm. Repeat this process for as many varieties of host operating systems that you have.
Once the host installation is complete, the list of hosts that are connected to Kazuhm will display here on this page.
Host Type - indicating whether the resource is either server, desktop, or cloud resource.
Provider Type - Proprietary for all on-premise server and desktop hosts, or AWS, Azure, or Google, for the appropriate cloud host resources.
Location - Physical location or region as defined when the host is added.
Name - Host name as defined when the host is added.
IP Address - The IP address of the host.
Machine Type - Operating System/OS of the host.
Assigned to Host Group - Name of the Host Group to which the host has been assigned or "-" if currently unassigned.
Host Status - Connected if the Host is communicating with Kazuhm or Not Connected if there is a problem either with the host itself or communicating with the host, i.e. networking issue. If this is the case then please refer to our FAQs.
Options - Uninstall (Connected) or Delete (Not Connected).
Clicking the Up/Down Arrows on the column headings Location, Name, and IP Address, allows resources to be sorted in Ascending/Descending order.
Add Hosts will display the currently available Host options that can be selected for use with Kazuhm.
Mouse over the host type you wish to add, in this case Ubuntu Unix, and click.
VMware vCenter - Coming Soon
Public Cloud options:
Once added (and installation completed) your resources will list as Connected to Kazuhm. If, however, there has been a problem with installation and/or connectivity the affected host will list as Not Connected. (See Above).
Simply select Uninstall or Delete. However, it should be noted that ONLY Connected hosts can be uninstalled due to the requirement that Kazuhm be able to communicate with that host.
It is recommended that before directly uninstalling/deleting a Host that it is NOT being used by any Project/Application, and that the Host Group to which it belongs is deleted first.
A confirmation is displayed when complete.
Or a warning that you must first delete the Host Group if the Host you are trying to delete is still included in a Host Group.
Cloud Hosts - Azure and AWS EC2
Simply select Uninstall as per on-premise hosts. However, it should be noted that ONLY Connected hosts can be uninstalled due to the requirement that Kazuhm be able to communicate with that host.
During uninstall a host will have Host Status = Deleting, for example AWS EC2:
Cloud Hosts - Goggle Kubernetes Engine
Deleting Google Kubernetes Engine Hosts is NOT done through Host Management.
To delete simply deleted the Host Group that was auto-created when the hosts were added.