Cloud Manager
Formerly 5Nine Cloud Manager

#1 Hybrid Cloud Management Platform for Microsoft Hyper-V and Azure

Eliminate Management Complexity
Hybrid cloud deployments come with the price of additional complexity. Acronis Cloud Manager addresses the problem of this complexity directly. It offers the first monitoring and management solution that works with both Hyper-V and Azure. Acronis Cloud Manager allows your organization’s administrators to manage every aspect of your Microsoft Cloud deployments, both locally and in the cloud, from a single unified console.
Increase Operational Efficiency
Acronis Cloud Manager makes your organization’s administrators far more efficient. They no longer need to use multiple tools, log in to Hyper-V hosts, or log in to the Azure Portal. Instead they only need to use the unified console provided by Acronis Cloud Manager. In addition to saving time by switching from tool to tool, many formerly-complex tasks can be completed with just a few mouse clicks in the intuitive graphical user interface.
Strengthen Business Continuity
Built-in fault tolerance, resilience, high availability, and replication, backup, and recovery to and from local, remote, and alternate sites helps mitigate the risk of downtime or data loss. Acronis Cloud Manager makes it easy to set up automatic replication to another Hyper-V cluster or to Azure, ensuring that organizations have secure copies of their most important data and VMs.
Lower Total Cost of Ownership
Acronis Cloud Manager’s unified platform eliminates the need for point solutions while providing everything needed to monitor, manage, migrate, recover, and protect small- or large-scale Microsoft hybrid cloud environments regardless of whether they’re single- or multi-tenant. The role-based access control (RBAC), network and security monitoring, and easy remote management tools eliminate the need for costly virtual private networks (VPNs), remote network access solutions, and complex permission management services.
Mitigate Security and Privacy Risks
Acronis Cloud Manager’s comprehensive role-based access control (RBAC) model prevents unauthorized users or tenants from viewing private data, private resources, or making malicious or accidental changes to the environment. Network and security monitoring help to identify unauthorized access attempts.

Cloud Manager

Formerly 5Nine Cloud Manager

#1 Hybrid Cloud Management Platform for Microsoft Hyper-V and Azure

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  • Agentless Management

    Agentless management

    Lightweight, agentless technology means there’s no need to install additional software on any of your VMs
  • Role-Based Action Control (RBAC)

    Role-based action control (RBAC)

    Limit which resources can be viewed and what operations can be performed by specific users, administrators, and tenants
  • Full Virtual Machine (VM) Lifecycle Management

    Full virtual machine (VM) lifecycle management

    Centrally create, configure, manage, and maintain VMs across your private, public, and hybrid cloud environments
  • Full-Featured RESTful APIs

    Full-featured RESTful APIs

    Automate tasks and call Acronis Cloud Manager from other management tools – the API covers every feature that can be accessed through
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I import a virtual machine into Acronis Cloud Manager?

Select the storage volume and the path to the VM data. Select the VM data you want to import. Select the type of import you want to perform. Select the storage destination. Review the summary information, and select Finish.

How do I create a template from a virtual machine in Acronis Cloud Manager?

In the console, select the VM you want to make a template of and click the "Template" option. Choose the type of template you want to create. Name the template and select the datastore you want to save it to. Review your options and click "Finish".

What is the importance of the 'Version' when creating a virtual machine in Acronis Cloud Manager?

The version selected will apply to the virtual machine configuration and determines the Hyper-V host compatibility and features.

Why does the memory monitoring of my VM always show maximum usage?

The graph shows the memory allocated to the virtual machine, not the actual memory usage in the guest operating system. If your virtual machine is configured with fixed memory, a horizontal line on the graph is expected.

How do I delete virtual hard drives from Acronis Cloud Manager Datacenter?

When deleting a virtual machine you are offered the option to delete the VM’s virtual hard drives. You can also delete a virtual hard drive by selecting a Host from the object tree and using the Edit VHD(X) function on a VM listed under the Host.

Self-service Support

In case you have any difficulties, we have collected all the useful materials for this product in our Knowledge Base, Video Tutorials and documentation. Also you can always ask your question on our Discussion boards.

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Customers with active product maintenance or subscription are entitled to 24/7 technical support. Follow the instructions at the Technical Support Site to get prompt support by phone, chat or email.