Navigate to Clouds > <your public cloud> > VPCs orVNets to view the VPCs or VNets in your public cloud account or subscription.

You can filter the inventory by account and region.
  • Each card represents one VPC/VNet.
  • You can have one or two (for HA) PCGs deployed on Transit VPCs/VNets.
  • You can link Compute VPCs/VNets to Transit VPCs/VNets.
  • You can view more details for each VPC or VNet by switching to the grid view.
    In the grid view you can see three tabs: Overview, Instances, and Segments.
    • Overview lists the options under Actions as described in the next step.
    • Instances displays a list of instances in the VPC/VNet.
    • Segments displays overlay segments in NSX-T Data Center.
      Note: This feature is not supported in the current release for NSX Cloud. Do not tag your workload VMs in AWS or Microsoft Azure with tags shown on this screen.
  • Click Actions to access the following:
    • Edit Configuration (only available for Transit VPCs/VNets):
      • Enable or disable Quarantine Policy if in the NSX Enforced Mode.
      • Change your proxy server selection.
    • Link to Transit VPC/VNet: This option is only available to VPCs/VNets that do not have any PCG deployed on them. Click to select a Transit VPC/VNet to link to.
    • Deploy NSX Cloud Gateway: This option is only available to VPCs/VNets that do not have a PCG deployed on them. Click this option to get started with deploying PCG on this VPC/VNet and make it a Transit or self-managed VPC/VNet. See Deploy or Link NSX Public Cloud Gateways in the NSX-T Data Center Installation Guide for detailed instructions.