Image Management Service

Compute service, part of Flexible Engine by Orange Business Services

This service provides you with a management console for your server images. You can create custom images to quickly deploy your applications or launch servers from images proposed by Orange.

An image is used to create servers with an operating system (OS) and preinstalled applications, or vice versa to back up an existing server in the form of an image.

This image management service offers a flexible web management console to manage your images.

The server copy service lets you create an exact image of your installed applications and the image management service lets you launch a functional copy of the server

In doing so, you streamline your projects by simply copying your development environment to a test and production environment.
You can use this service as a business recovery system by importing a QCOW2 image from your environment to Flexible Engine and then restart your service on the cloud.

Private images that can be exported include those you have downloaded to the system or created from servers using free public images. Exported images can be in the following formats:

  • VMDK
  • QCOW2
  • VHD
  • ZVHD

Public images can have third-party licenses (Windows, Redhat, Suse). You are billed for these licenses.


The image management service offers multiple features

This service allows you to:

      • Use public images with the main operating systems installed
      • Create servers using images that are available in a region
      • Create a private image from an existing server
      • Display details on a private image
      • Delete an existing private image
      • Download an image file and save it as a private image
      • Export a private image in a specific format
      • Share a private image with other users

Flexible Engine is pre-loaded with available public images. Orange Business Services updates these images on a regular basis with the latest stable releases. This list will change depending on the various companies’ roadmaps

Free licenses

Paid for licences

  • Ubuntu 14.04 et 16.04
  • Debian Jessie (8.6)
  • CentOS 6.8 et CentOS 7.2 et 7.3
  • Fedora 25
  • OpenSuse Leap 42.2
  • CoreOS 1298.6
  • Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Red Hat RHEL 6.8 et 7.2
  • Suse Enterprise (prochainement)



Public images are secured by Orange.


Orange manages public image licensing for you.


You can share private images with other users. Image import, export and creation are intuitive.