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Demonstration catalogs
Published On Jun 14, 2024 - 8:09 AM

Demonstration catalogs

Explains the sample catalogs included with Enterprise Marketplace that can be used in demonstrations.
As part of your Enterprise Marketplace tenant, a set of demonstration catalogs have been included that are available out of the box (OOTB). These catalogs are available from three public cloud providers, and are intended for demonstration purposes only. These catalogs will appear in all tenants installed after June 5, 2024. They will be automatically added to regular tenants. They can be distributed to client tenants at the discretion of the Service Provider tenant.
These out-of-the-box (OOTB) catalogs should never be used in production environments.

Demonstration catalogs available

The following demonstration catalogs are available:
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS):
    • Native
      • Document DB
      • EC2
      • S3
    • Terraform Service Chaining
      • EC2
      • Subnet
      • VPC
    • Terraform
      • Document DB
      • EC2
      • S3
  • Microsoft Azure:
    • Native
      • Cosmos DB
      • Storage Account
      • Windows VM
    • Terraform Service Chaining
      • Resource Group
      • Ubuntu VM
      • Virtual Network
      • Subnet
    • Terraform
      • Cosmos DB
      • Storage Account
      • Windows VM
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP):
    • Native:
      • Cloud Storage
      • Compute Engine
      • Mongo DB
    • Terraform Service Chaining:
      • Compute Engine
      • Subnet
      • VPC
    • Terraform:
      • Cloud Storage
      • Compute Engine
      • Mongo DB

Using demonstration catalogs

The demonstration catalogs are already available on the
Catalog
page as well as on the
Service Chaining
page.
These out-of-the-box (OOTB) catalogs should never be used in production environments.

Example of using demonstration catalogs

The following is an example of a demonstration of the service chaining feature using the demonstration catalogs available for GCP:
  1. Import the three catalogs from the Terraform Service Chaining folder under GCP. For more information, see Template management using the Bring Your Own Catalog Item tool. The three catalogs have the following names:
    • gcp_compute_engine_chaining
    • gcp_vpc_chaining
    • gcp_subnet_chaining
  2. Enrich the catalogs as necessary. For more information, see Provider management.
  3. On the
    Provider Management
    page, click the
    Actions
    icon for the three catalogs and select
    Publish
    . For more information, see Provider management.
  4. Open the
    Service Chaining
    page.
  5. Create a new service chain using the steps in Service Chaining. Use the demonstration catalogs as the components of the chain.
  6. Open the
    Catalog
    page.
  7. Click the
    All Patterns
    tab.
  8. Click the
    Actions
    icon for the pattern that you want to order and select
    Place order
    .
  9. Go through the ordering process for the pattern. For more information, see Catalog ordering.
  10. Go to the
    Ordered Services
    page to see the stack you created. For more information, see Stack management.
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