Self Service Catalogs provides the list of resources that can be ordered and provisioned for usage based on approval from relevant stakeholders. This allows the resources on cloud to be utilized in a consistent manner throughout an organization by following a strict approval mechanism.
Click on Self Service in the Left navigation menu and select Catalogs option to land in Self Service – Catalogs screen.
The list of catalogs will be displayed in this screen. The catalogs can be viewed as 2 separate categories: Pre Bundled and Workloads.
The catalogs can be filtered using the dropdown provided in the top of the screen and relevant catalogs can be viewed, e.g., virtual machines. Also, the search box next to the dropdown can be used to search the catalogs using a search string.
Preferences for the catalogs can be configured based on requirement. The following steps need to be performed to configure the settings for catalogs.
In the right side on the screen, list of onboarded cloud accounts will be listed. To configure the preferred settings for the cloud accounts, perform the following steps for required cloud accounts:
The following steps need to be performed to create a new resource catalog.
The following steps need to be performed to edit a resource catalog.
Know More1) Resource catalogs like Network security group, Storage account, Availability set, Recovery service vault, Load Balancer, Application gateway will be listed if it is available in Azure portal.2) Load balancer requires that the Backend Pool to be created in Azure portal.
The following steps need to be performed to create a new catalog.
A new catalog will be created and listed in the Catalogs screen.
The following steps need to be performed to edit an existing catalog.
ServiceNow can be onboarded into CoreStack and used for approving the self-service activities. To configure ServiceNow for self service, the following settings need to be ensured.
Refer ServiceNow section to know more about configuring ITSM for Self Service.