With System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager you can easily manage multi tenants with different network or VLAN’s in your Datacenter.
Here you see an example of a step-by step installation overview :
Configuration installed :
Windows Server 2012 forest
SQL 2012 Server SP1
System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager Rollup 1
System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller Rollup 1
The basis of System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine is installed and configured and we start to make a Private Cloud :
Create a new Private Cloud
Give your Private Cloud a Name
Select the resources for this Cloud
Select the logical network(s) for this Cloud
Add Load Balancer for this Cloud.
Here you can select Virtual IP Templates if necessary
Here you can select the port Classifications of this Private Cloud.
When you have Storage Pools created like SAN Storage, you can Select here a pool for this Cloud.
Add a library for this Private Cloud.
The Library is selected for this Private Cloud.
Here you can manage the capacity for this Cloud like CPU’s, Memory, Storage, VM
Here you can add VM capability profiles for this Private Cloud.
Click on Finish to Create your Private Cloud.
Private Cloud ” LAB Cloud” is created.
The Private Cloud is still empty and you have to select the right virtual machine for this Cloud :
When you Go to the VM Properties, you can select here the right Private Cloud.
You have now created your Private Cloud with the right Virtual Network, Storage Pool, and Virtual Machines.
In “Manage Self Service (Multiple) Private #Cloud with Tenants for in your datacenter with #SCVMM Part 2 of 2″ we go futher on with Self service and Tenants to work with System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller