Monitoring your private cloud using System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager and Operations Manager

movieIf you haven’t seen the Cloud OS video series on our Building Clouds site, it’s a series of videos that helps you understand the technology, deployment, and management of the Cloud OS by leveraging Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 SP1. Each video is less than 10 minutes and covers a specific topic so that you can target your learning easily or quickly refresh your knowledge on how to perform a specific action.

In the latest video, Series 5– Monitoring the Private Cloud, it discusses and demos how you can monitor Private Cloud resources and usage using the integration between OpsMgr 2012 and VMM 2012. It includes an overview of the integration, the views and diagrams available in the VMM Management Pack, how to create and populate reports and how to enable and configure PRO tips. If you haven’t watched this one yet you can check it out here:

Cloud OS Video Series 5–Monitoring the Private Cloud

Also, if you missed any of the previous videos in the series you can see them here:

Cloud OS Video Series 1–Service Template Building Blocks

Cloud OS Video Series 2–VMware Integration

Cloud OS Video Series 3-Creating Service Templates using VMware VMDKs

Cloud OS Video Series 4–Enabling Chargeback in System Center

J.C. Hornbeck | Solution Assets PM | Microsoft GBS Management and Security Division

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