SPOTO introduces a new series, “Configuring & Deploying a private cloud with System Center 2012”.
Greg Shields, a globally-recognized cloud expert and virtualization expert, explains what the “Create Cloud” button in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 does and what you need before you click it. Learn how to make your Microsoft Private Cloud functional and the technologies required to pass the 70-247 MCSE: Private Cloud exam.
Greg will guide you through configurations, including setting up storage and network fabric and building Hyper-V hosts. He also explains why the Microsoft Private Cloud is the next step of virtualization. Learn how System Center 2012 components such as Virtual Machine Manager, Server app-V, App Controller and Operations Manager, as well as Service Manager, Service Manager and Data Protection Manager work together to automate all aspects of IT service delivery.
Although it is a time-consuming task to set up and deploy a Microsoft Private Cloud using System Center 2012, the rewards are almost complete automation of everything that makes up your Windows Server Operating Environment.
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Configuring and Deploying a Private cloud with System Center 2012