Deleting a block device template group is different from the deletion of other objects. A block device template group can contain several gigabytes of data in its disk images. This may take some time to delete and requires a transaction to be created. This method creates a transaction that will delete all resources associated with the block device template group.
This method will deny another SoftLayer customer account's previously given access to provision CloudLayer Computing Instances from an image template group. Template access should only be removed from the parent template group object, not the child.
Find block device template groups containing a GC enabled cloudinit image for the current active user. A sorted collection of groups is returned. The Caller can optionally specify data center or region names to retrieve GC images from only those locations.
This method will permit another SoftLayer customer account access to provision CloudLayer Computing Instances from an image template group. Template access should only be given to the parent template group object, not the child.
The virtual block device template group data type presents the structure in which a group of archived image templates will be presented. The structure consists of a parent template group which contain multiple child template group objects. Each child template group object represents the image template in a particular location. Unless editing/deleting a specific child template group object, it is best to use the parent object.
A virtual block device template group, also known as an image template group, represents an image of a virtual guest instance.
The virtual guest block device template group service provides a common interface to an accounts archived image templates The interaction with various third party APIs is not needed when implementing this service to administer your guests.