Introducing a new series from CBT Nuggets, “Configuring and Deploying a Private Cloud with System Center 2012.”
Globally-recognized virtualization and cloud expert Greg Shields shows you what that “Create Cloud” button in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 does, and what you need to know before you even consider clicking it. Learn how to get your Microsoft Private Cloud operational, and learn the topics and technologies you need to pass the first of two MCSE: Private Cloud exams, the 70-247.
Greg guides you through configurations including building Hyper-V hosts and setting up storage and network fabrics. He also digs deep into the reasons why the Microsoft Private Cloud is the next step in virtualization. You’ll learn how System Center 2012 components like Virtual Machine Manager, Server App-V, App Controller, Operations Manager, Service Manager, and even Data Protection Manager integrate to automate everything in IT service delivery.
Configuring and deploying a Microsoft Private Cloud with System Center 2012 takes up-front effort, but the reward is near-complete automation for everything that makes up your Windows server operating environment.
See the series here