SSH is a protocol making it possible to access and communicate with a server in an authenticated and encrypted manner.
There are two ways to add an SSH key from the Public Cloud interface:
- The first and more direct method is done at the time of the creation of an instance.
- The second method is to add a key from the SSH key manager.
- An SSH key
Creation of an instance
From the Public Cloud client interface, to create a cloud instance, click on
Add a server.
If you already have keys, simply select the key of your choice.
If you want to add a key, click on
Add a key then click
Add this key
Create a name for your key in the 'Name' box and paste the key into the box labeled 'Key'.
From the key management tool
Once the 'infrastructure' has been selected from the menu for your project, an 'SSH keys' tab will be available.
Add a key then click on
Add this key after you have named the key and pasted the key in the box.
This key will be available for use at the time of creation your next cloud instance.