ResourceSet class

The ResourceSet class represents a logical collection of compute resources, storage resources, and network resources specifically allocated to support one or more functional components. ResourceSet is the superclass for different types of service containers.

ResourceSet class APIs

The following tables list the basic APIs, operation APIs, and relationship APIs for the ResourceSet class.

Basic APIs

Name

HTTP
method

URI

Description

search

POST

csm/ResourceSet/search

Searches for ResourceSet objects.

Operation APIs

Name

HTTP
method

URI

Description

addLocalDisk

POST

csm/ResourceSet/guid/addLocalDisk

addServer

POST

csm/ResourceSet/guid/addServer

This operation will create a new Server or the specified number of Servers in a ResourceSet and if specified, configures the Load Balancer entries and Network Paths associated with it as defined in the blueprint. It also takes a script as one of the inputs and that script is run on the newly provisioned servers so that we can get these up and running automatically without any external intervention.

bulkShare

POST

csm/ResourceSet/bulkShare

Refreshes the specified service offering instance.

modifyServer

POST

csm/ResourceSet/guid/modifyServer

This operation will modify the Compute data viz CPU & Memory of all the Servers associated with this ResourceSet. The inputs for this operation are not in absolute terms, but in relative terms. The type specified determines if this operation will increase or reduce the CPU or Memory by the specified delta.

removeServer

POST

csm/ResourceSet/guid/removeServer

This operation removes the specified number of servers and all relevant networking related configuration.

share

POST

csm/ResourceSet/guid/share

Refreshes the specified service offering instance.

transferOwnership

POST

csm/ResourceSet/guid/transferOwnership

Transfers the ownership from existing user to the new user

Relationship APIs

The ResourceSet class has no relationship APIs.

ResourceSet class relationships and attributes

The following tables list the relationships and attributes of the ResourceSet class.

Relationships

Name

Type

Multi-
plicity

Description

compute

ComputeResource

0..*

Compute resources associated with this resource set

customResources

CustomResource

0..*

functionalComponents

FunctionalComponent

1..*

Functional components associated with this resource set

loadBalancingServiceNetworkInterface

LoadBalancingServiceNetworkInterface

0..*

Associated load balancing service network interfaces

logicalHostingEnvironment

LogicalHostingEnvironment

1

Associated logical hosting environment

logicalServerFarm

LogicalServerFarm

0..*

network

NetworkResource

0..*

Networks associated with this resource set

networkContainer

NetworkContainer

1

Network container associated with this resource set

serviceOfferingInstance

ServiceOfferingInstance

1

software

SoftwareResource

0..*

Software resources associated with this resource set

softwareContainer

SoftwareContainer

0..*

storage

StorageResource

0..*

Storage resources associated with this resource set

tenant

Organization

1

Tenant for which this resource set is deployed

tickets

Ticket

0..*

cloudClass

CloudClass

1

Fully-qualified name of the class to which the object belongs

provider

Provider

1

Provider that created the object

tags

Tag

0..*

Tags associated with the object

Attributes

Name

Type

Multi-
plicity

Description

deploymentModelComponentID

String

1

Identifier of the deployment model resource set for which this is the runtime instantiation

state

ProvisionedResourceState

1

Current state of this resource set

externalID

String

0..1

Identifier used for the object by an external provider

owner

String

0..1

Name of the owner of the object

reconciliationID

String

0..1

Reconciliation identity value for the object from the BMC Atrium CMDB

tokenID

String

0..1

Token identifier

description

String

0..1

Text that describes the object

guid

String

1

Globally unique identifier for the object

labels

String

0..*

modifiedDate

Date

0..1

Date the Cloudobject was modified

name

String

1

Human-readable name of the object

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