In Part 4 of their Building a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 SP1, Keith Mayer and Yung Chou show us how to configure the storage fabric in Virtual Machine Manager. Tune in as they walk us through the process of adding different types of storage into our fabric such as file server storage (SMB 3.0) and block storage (iSCSI, Fiber Channel , or SAS).
- [1:45] Recap: What is a Private Cloud?
- [5:42] Recap: Setting up the Private Cloud Foundation
- [7:03] Recap: System Center 2012 SP1 VMM Overview
- [7:57] Let’s Talk about Storage. What are some of the challenges that IT Pros face today regarding file storage?
- [13:29] How do I Configure the Storage Fabric in Virtual Machine Manager?
- [16:41] DEMO: Adding File Server Storage (SMB 3.0)
- [24:29] DEMO: Adding Block Storage (iSCSI, FC, SAS)
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The entire series is also available via https://aka.ms/bpc.
- (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
- (Part 6) Configuring Compute Fabric in Virtual Machine Manager
- (Part 7) Creating & Delegating Private Clouds in Virtual Machine Manager
- (Part 8) Deploying & Managing Private Cloud Applications
- (Part 9) Updating the Private Cloud Fabric
- (Part 10) Protecting Your Private Cloud with Data Protection Manager
- (Part 11) Dynamic Optimization of the Private Cloud Fabric
- (Part 12) Building a Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure using Windows Azure
- (Part 13) Managing Your Hybrid Cloud Network
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