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Status Delivered
Workspace IBM Turbonomic ARM
Categories Public Cloud IaaS
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 1, 2023

to extract from Azure the fact that a disk is an OS disk or a data disk without needing to rely on a naming standard

this will make it easier to associate different policies associated to the different disk types

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Kevin Lamb
    Apr 7, 2023

    Thank you for the feedback. This makes sense and has been added to our backlog.

  • Guest
    Apr 3, 2023

    I would like to be able to easily create disk volume based policies, separating out OS disks from data disks. At the moment, there is no easy way to identify the disk besides the naming standard. Azure does classify OS and data disks differently.

  • Admin
    AJ Nish
    Mar 31, 2023

    Hello! Thank you for your request. We require more information to effectively evaluate this request. Please let us know why you want this information and why it would be valuable to you/your organization.