You can find information on the models used for BMC Network Automation cloud implementations in the BMC Network Automation online technical documentation topics listed in the following table:
|Model||Description||For more information|
A pod is composed of the following types of elements: name, ID, site ID, parameters, resource collections, nodes, pairs, and NIC segments.
A pod also maintains a reference to the name of the blueprint which created it. A pod name is unique among all pods. The ID is also unique among all pods, and is a number generated by BMC Network Automation. The site ID must refer to a BMC_PhysicalLocation object in the CMDB (or it can be null if the site is unknown). One is free to modify or delete the blueprint used to create a pod without affecting the pod.
A container is composed of the following types of elements:
A container also maintains a reference to the name of the blueprint from which it was created. A container name must be unique among all containers. The ID is a number generated by BMC Network Automation that also is unique among all containers. The type is a string value used purely for self documenting purposes. You can modify or delete the blueprint used to create a container without affecting the container that was created earlier. The structure of container blueprints mirrors the structure of containers, but it represents a reusable formulation of the information that is present within a container, which is pod-independent.
For descriptions of the use cases for the interactions between BMC Network Automation and BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management, see Use cases in the BMC Network Automation online technical documentation.