You can import a bootable image from a virtual machine to use it for reinstalling on existing servers or creating new ones.
To use a bootable image of a virtual machine, the following steps are required:
Create a bootable image. The size of the images/ISOs must not exceed 500 GB.
The image must be in one of the following file formats:
Image: .vdi, .qcow, .qcow2, .vhd, .vhdx and .vmdk
You can use the following programs to create the image:
Microsoft Windows: Disk2vhd
Open the Cloud Panel and import the image.
Create a new server with the imported image or install the image on an existing server.
When you install an imported CentOS 7 image, you must create a new kernel image after the installation is complete.
When you install an imported Microsoft Windows Server image, you must enable the LSI_SAS controller after the installation is complete.