CSM displays the state and health of your public cloud constructs using descriptive and intuitive icons.

Note:

The quarantine workflows only apply when the Enable Quarantine setting is turned on. It is turned off by default.

VNets

Figure 1. VNet with VMs managed by NSX Cloud that are healthy

Figure 2. VNet with VMs managed by NSX Cloud that have errors

Figure 3. VNet with powered off VMs

Figure 4. VNet displaying the Default Quarantine status

Figure 5. VNet with VMs not managed by NSX Cloud

Instances

Managed Instances

Figure 6. Instance managed by NSX Cloud that is healthy

Figure 7. Instance managed by NSX Cloud, with errors

Figure 8. Instance managed by NSX Cloud, with errors and quarantined

Figure 9. Instance managed by NSX Cloud that is quarantined but is white-listed by applying the vm-override-sg Network Security Group to it

Figure 10. Instance managed by NSX Cloud that is quarantined and white-listed with errors resolved.

Unmanaged Instances

Figure 11. VM not managed by NSX Cloud and quarantined by default

Figure 12. VM not managed by NSX Cloud but white-listed by applying the vm-override-sg to it

Public Cloud Gateway (PCG)

Figure 13. VNet with both the primary and the secondary PCG up

Figure 14. VNet with either the primary or the secondary PCG down

Figure 15. VNet with both the primary and the secondary PCG down