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SCVMM 2012 step by step (Part5) App Controller

App Controller is a product for managing applications and services that are deployed in private or public cloud infrastructures, mostly from the application owner’s perspective. It provides a unified self-service experience that lets you configure, deploy, and manage virtual machines (VMs) and services. Some people mistakenly think that App Controller is simply the replacement for the VMM Self-Service Portal.

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SCVMM 2012 step by step (Part4) VMM Private Cloud

A private cloud is a cloud that is provisioned and managed on-premise by an organization. The private cloud is deployed using an organization’s own hardware to leverage the advantages of the private cloud model. Through VMM, an organization can manage the private cloud definition, access to the private cloud, and the underlying physical resources.

In VMM, a private cloud provides the following benefits:

¨      Self service—Administrators can delegate management and usage of the private cloud while retaining the opaque usage model. Self-service users do not need to ask the private cloud provider for administrative changes beyond increasing capacity and quotas as their needs change.

¨      Resource pooling—Through the private cloud, administrators can collect and present an aggregate set of resources, such as storage and networking resources. Resource usage is limited by the capacity of the private cloud and by user role quotas.

¨      Opacity—Self-service users have no knowledge of the underlying physical resources.

¨      Elasticity—Administrators can add resources to a private cloud to increase the capacity.

¨      Optimization—Usage of the underlying resources is continually optimized without affecting the overall private cloud user experience.

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SCVMM 2012 step by step (Part3) Configuring VMs Deployment

Creating Profiles and Templates in VMM


VMM provides the following profiles:

¨       Hardware profile—A hardware profile defines hardware configuration settings such as CPU, memory, network adapters, a video adapter, a DVD drive, a floppy drive, COM ports, and the priority given the virtual machine when allocating resources on a virtual machine host.

Creating a hardware profile

¨       Open the Library workspace.

¨       On the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create, and then click Hardware Profile.



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SCVMM 2012 step by step (Part2) Basic Configuration

After we finished the SCVMM 2012 installation in part 1 now we are going to do the basic configuration .

Host Group Creation

¨       Right Click All Hosts


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