In Red Hat CloudForms, a cloud provider is a computing platform that manages instances and allows building of multi-tenant infrastructure services independent from underlying hypervisors.
Select Compute → Clouds → Providers.
A list of your private and public cloud providers, such as OpenStack and Amazon EC2, appears.
To add Amazon EC2 or Microsoft Azure as a provider, use either (Configuration) and (Discover) or (Configuration) and (Add).
To add OpenStack or Google Compute Engine as a provider, you must use (Configuration) and (Add).
The web interface uses virtual thumbnails to represent providers. Each thumbnail contains four quadrants by default, which display basic information about each provider.
Example Virtual Thumbnail
In the top right corner of the window, click to toggle between Grid, Tile, and List views.
Top Window Navigation
Click (Download) to download a list of Cloud Proviers.
Select the Amazon (US West 2) Amazon EC2 cloud provider.
Click the Relationships tab and review the kind of information CloudForms gathers from a provider.
Return to the list of Cloud Providers… Select the OpenStack cloud provider and click the relationships to review the gathered information.