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Delete Virtual Machine
Delete Virtual Machine
Delete a virtual machine

There are two ways to delete a virtual machine. You can delete a virtual machine now or at the end of your billing cycle. 

Note

Armor recommends that you regularly review, and possibly remove, virtual machines that are offline. These virtual machines may affect the data that appears in the Security Dashboard.

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Export virtual machine data
Export virtual machine data
Export virtual machine data 

  1. In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the left-side navigation, click Infrastructure
  2. Click Virtual Machines. 

  3. (Optional) Use the filter function to customize the data displayed. 
  4. In the bottom, right part of the screen, select the desired function, CSV or Export Usage

    • If you select CSV, then you have the option to export all data (All) or only the data that appears on the current screen (Current Set). 

    • Export Usage creates a spreadsheet that displays the number of hours that each host reported into Armor for the previous month. 

      FunctionData Displayed
      CSVHost Name, Provider, External Address, Operating System, Security State, Security Count, Health 
      Export UsageAccount ID, Provider Name, Account Name, Transaction Date, Unit of Measure, Billed Units, Resource Name, SKU, Product Name




Review the Virtual Machines screen

  1. In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the left-side navigation, click Infrastructure.
  2. Click Virtual Machines
ColumnDescription
NameThe name of the virtual machine.
Primary IPThe primary IP address associated with the instance.
Type

For Armor Complete, by default, this column will display VM.

ProviderFor Armor Complete, by default, this column will display Armor.
Date CreatedThe date the virtual machine was created in AMP.
State

The security status of the instance, in relation to the installed agent. There are three states:

  • Unprotected indicates the agent is not installed in the instance.
    • Instances without an agent will be labeled as Unprotected. All instances from the public cloud account will be displayed.
  • Needs Attention indicates that the agent is installed, but has not properly communicated (heartbeated) with Armor.
  • OK indicates that the agent is installed and has communicated (hearbeated) with Armor.
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Rename a virtual machine
Rename a virtual machine
Rename a virtual machine

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