System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) allows administrators to deploy and control hosts and storage within a virtualized datacenter.

In addition to virtual network configuration, adding clustered storage, working with shared libraries and deploying private clouds, Virtual Machine Manager also has the ability to install software and perform complex configurations on virtual machines as they deploy through the use of Service Templates.

It can also be integrated with System Center Orchestrator runbooks and System Center Service Manager service requests for a complete and production-ready solution to virtual machine provisioning.

Installation and Hosts

Virtual Machine Manager Installation
Create Host Groups and Configure Settings
Add and Manage Hyper-V Hosts
Manage VMware Hosts

Network Fabric

Create Logical and VM Networks
Setup IP Pools and Gateways
Create Port Profiles and Logical Switches
Configure Load Balancing

Storage Fabric

Assign and Add Storage to Hosts
Configure iSCSI Storage
Create Cluster Storage

Library, Profiles and Templates

Configure Library Servers and Shares
Add and Configure Self-Service User Content
Add Custom Resources
Configure Guest OS Profiles
Configure Hardware Profiles
Create VM Templates and Provision VMs

Clusters and Clouds

Create Hyper-V Clusters
Create Private Clouds

Service Templates and Self-Service

Construct Service Templates
Scale-In Services
Scale-Out Services
Create Application Profiles
Configure Self-Service User Role
Configure Request Offerings

If you are interested in discussing System Center Virtual Machine Manager options, then please feel free to get in touch for a no-obligation conversation by using any of the methods below:
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