Public Cloud – Flexible Engine

Image Management Service – Manage, import and develop servers illustrations

Create personalized images in order to quickly deploy your applications or to launch servers using images proposed by Orange

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An image is used to create servers with an exploitation system (OS) and preinstalled application or on the contrary to save a server which only exists on the form of an image.

Le service de gestiThe Image Management Service provides you a Web flexible management console in order to handle your images.

The servers-copy service allows you to create an exact copy of the application installed on your server and the Image Management Service will allows you to start a functional copy of the server.

VYou will be able to simplify your projects by making a simple from your developing environment to a testing and producing environment. 

The private images than can be exporter includes the ones that you downloaded on the system or the one established from the servers created from public and free images. The exported images can have the following format:

  • VMDK
  • QCOW2
  • VHD
  • ZVHD

Les images publiques peuvent porter des licences d’éditeurs tiers (Windows, Redhat, Suse). CesThe public images can carry licenses from outsider//others (Windows, Redhat, Suse). Those licenses require an invoice.

Flexible Engine already has a catalog of public images available. Orange Business service updates these images regularly with the last stables versions. This list will evolve according to the Roadmap of the different editors.

Supported OS list



Public image secured by Orange


Public image licensing managed by Orange


Make image management easier by allowing costumer to personalize management thanks to the management console or to open APIs.

Application scenario

Business offices

Migration of private infrastructure to the cloud

Applies to entreprise offices that need to import custom images (in VHD, VMDK, QCUW2, or RAW format) of existing services into the cloud for services migration and batch deployment of services.