This article provides information about the different vOneCloud support subscription management web-based tools.
1. Subscription Web-based Tools
Customers with an active subscription have access to two different web-based tools.
Support.vOneCloud.com is a technical support portal aimed at providing the professional support services and tools to build and manage production-ready cloud infrastructures and solutions. One named account is created for Basic and Advance levels and two accounts for Premium level. Main features of Support Portal are:
- Direct interactions with the technical support team
- Online support portal with real-time tracking of incidents and support to add comments or attach more information at any time
- Alerts with email notifications when important situations arise
- Privacy and security to ensure that your confidential corporate information always remains private.
The Subscriber Portal is the exclusive online information resource, providing a single dedicated web portal for all Customers to manage their active subscriber accounts. One account is created as primary contact in the Subscriber Portal, and an additional Administrative Contact can be added. It offers everything you need to manage your subscription:
- View invoices and account statement
- Submit questions about the services and partner programs
- Submit Questions about invoicing and billing
- Customer can notify additional services or servers
- Partners can notify new end user subscriptions or request partner level upgrades
2. Designating your Contacts
When you enroll in one of our Support Programs, in the Order Form you give us the name of a Main Contact. We will create an account for this Main Contact in both Portals.
The Main Contact can update the contact information for all roles by sending an email to email@example.com. In any case, the Main Contact should ensure the information we have on file is kept accurate by updating them as necessary, such as when people change jobs. The Main Contact can also request the creation of additional Technical Contacts at the Support Portal. Each of the contacts has defined roles and receives communications and instructions from OpenNebula Systems individually, tailored to their specific responsibilities, so it’s important that you seriously consider nominating specific people to fulfill each of the roles. In principle, and by default, Technical Contacts in one organization can not view tickets from other Technical Contacts in the same organization.
The Main Contact is your Organization's designated contact for all OpenNebula Systems communications regarding changes to the Agreement or other contractual issues. This contact is mandatory. If the Main Contact is the only contact specified, OpenNebula Systems will consider the Main Contact to be the sole contact for all purposes. Once OpenNebula Systems has processed your Order From, your Main Contact will receive a Welcome email that provides important information and explains how to access the Subscriber Portal. The Main Contact is also your Organization's designated primary contact for all administrative documents including notification of updates in your subscription and billing. You can also include an additional administrative contact in the Subscriber Portal.
The Main Contact also maintains authorizations for support-related Web and tool access, having access to the Support Portal. Once OpenNebula Systems has processed your Order Form, the designated Contact will also receive a Support Welcome email that provides important information and explains how to access the Support Portal.