Virtual machines manager

If your engineering team manages dozens of virtual machines (or maybe you’re providing services that require virtual machine management for customers), it’s ideal to have a centralized place to manage your arsenal of VMs. With Retool, you can build an application to view the status of virtual machines, fix machines that are down, and even update credentials.

 Virtual machines manager

Build from a handful of drag-and-drop components

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Table display details about virtual machines (status, RAM, CPU, GPU, etc.) in a table.
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Button use buttons to take action (e.g., reset machine password) on a selected machine.
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Text add clear instructions for end-users to troubleshoot issues or send a notification to a customer when a machine is down.
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Text Input use text input to filter results or to search for a customer email.

Most cloud services are accessible via API. With Retool, you can connect to anything with a REST, GraphQL, or gRPC API.

Step 1 Create resource1. Create resource
Step 2 Read data2. Read data
Step 3 Connect data with UI3. Connect data with UI
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Dean McRobie

CTO at CommonBond

I tell every technology leader I talk to that they should look at Retool as a way to reduce the burden of building admin UIs and democratize that kind of stuff across their company.

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