To display all the virtual datacenters in specific providers, click the funnel filter button at the top of the list and select one or more providers.
To access the Locations section and the Global section, users must have access to All virtual datacenters. This means that they have the No VDC restriction privilege OR the administrator has not limited their access to a set of virtual datacenters only.
Many resources may be available in more than one context, for example, you onboard Managed Disks from Azure in the Azure location and you assign them to VMs in virtual datacenters.
|Symbol||Section name||Contains virtual resources...||Examples|
|Virtual datacenters||... associated with virtual datacenter entities|
VMs in a location, and their resources, subnet IPs, public IP addresses, firewalls, load balancers
Resources in an AWS VPC or assigned to VMs in an Azure virtual network
|Locations||...associated with a datacenter or public cloud region||Networks (public IP addresses, firewalls, load balancers, Azure availability sets), and Volumes|
|Global||...available across more than one cloud location||Azure Resource groups and Google VPC networks|
Screenshot: Locations view of Public IPs.
Screenshot: Global view of Azure Resource Groups