Region Management in Cloud Connection

Region Management in Cloud Connection

Another enhancement in Appranix Cloud Connection! You can now easily add or remove operational regions from your existing cloud connections. Streamline your cloud management with these powerful updates.

For removing your Cloud Connections operational region,

  • Open the Cloud connection.
  • Choose the “Actions” button from the top right.
  • Click Edit and choose the Operational Regions.
  • Click edit from the top right corner and make the operational region change.

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