Back for Part 6, Keith Mayer and Yung Chou show us how to configure compute fabric in System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager. In this episode they show us the process of adding and configuring hosts and clusters like Windows Server, Citrix XenServer and VMware vCenter into VMM as well as how to manage host resources.
- [1:30] Recap: Building a Private Cloud
- [4:15] Configuring the Compute Fabric in Virtual Machine Manager
- [9:22] DEMO: Adding Hosts & Clusters in VMM – Windows Server
- [18:40 DEMO: Bare Metal Deployment – Hyper-V Hosts Only
- [27:40] DEMO: Adding Hosts & Clusters in VMM – Citrix XenServer and VMware vCenter
- [31:46] DEMO: How to Manage Host Resources
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- (Part 1) Building a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 - Introduction
- (Part 2) Laying the Foundation with Windows Server 2012
- (Part 3) Deploying & Upgrading to System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager
- (Part 4) Configuring Storage Fabric in Virtual Machine Manager
- (Part 5) Configuring Network Fabric in Virtual Machine Manager