Virtual Servers


In Oblivus, you can utilize Images. Images allow you to store customized versions of operating systems for your virtual machines. By utilizing images, you can quickly and easily deploy instances with the desired system setup, thus saving time and effort in the process.

Image Management

Once you have created your images, you may need to modify or update certain aspects of them. You can do this by clicking on the Manage icon.

Within this modal, you have the option to modify the name, registry, and accessibility settings of your image. Once you have made the desired changes, simply save them by clicking the 'Save Changes' button.

The 'Create New Image' feature in the Oblivus Console will be available soon. If it is necessary for you to create your own image, please contact us.


The registry feature simplifies image management by eliminating the need to deal with separate image IDs in various data centers. With the registry, you can assign desired images from specific data centers, making deployment and reinstallation processes more straightforward.

If you choose to use a registry, it should be written in lowercase and should not contain any special characters or spaces, except for "-". The system automatically checks for compliance with these rules. If no registry is assigned to the image, it will be indicated as 'Not Set'.

By utilizing the registry, you can streamline image management and enhance the efficiency of deploying and using your custom images across different data centers.

To access detailed information about the images assigned to your registries, navigate to the My Images page and click on the registry name. By doing so, you can view specific details regarding the location of each image and its deployability status


When creating or managing your images, you have the option to choose between two different accessibility options: Private and Public. Private images are limited to being accessed or deployed within the same billing profile, whereas Public images can be accessed and deployed by any user of Oblivus Cloud.

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