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Deploying an SCVMM Service Template Through Orchestrator

Templates in SCVMM provide a particularly useful way to deploy a multi component environment. The deployment can be automated through Orchestrator and then of course published through Service Manager to make deployment even smoother. 164 more words

Orchestrator

Manage DR Protection with #SCVMM and #Azure Site Recovery #HybridCloud

In Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager you can protect your Virtual Servers with DR via Azure Site Recovery.

In this System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager configuration is Microsoft Azure Site Recovery… 49 more words

Sysctr

Issues that are fixed in Update Rollup 5 for Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager #SCVMM

This article describes the issues that are fixed in Update Rollup 5 for Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager. This update rollup contains two updates for System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager. 42 more words

Sysctr

Architecting Hyper-V for EPIC Systems Session– February 25th Washington D.C.

UPDATE: The weather didn’t cooperate with our training in on February 18th in D.C.   Luckily it has been rescheduled for March 25th in the same location at the Chevy Chase, MD Microsoft MTC.   241 more words

Hyper-V

VMM Tips & Tricks: MultiPath I/O Issue after adding Hyper-V Hosts to SCVMM

Honestly, I wanted to write this post along time ago, but I really don’t know why I didn’t.

Anyway here i am, and I’m gonna discuss one of the most strangest issues I’ve ever met while working with SCVMM and building Hyper-V Servers on VMware Workstation. 213 more words

Cloud Computing

Orchestrator And Runbook Part-4 Creating Alerts

Right now, our Runbook looks like this:

In Initialize Data, we enter in the Computer Name, Computer Description, Computer location and the name of our Cloud. 1,365 more words

Microsoft

Orchestrator And Runbook Part-2 Creating Computer in AD using Runbook

All the way at the bottom of Activities you will see Runbook Control, clicking on Runbook Control, you will see Initialize Data. This is basically your input for the Runbook. 857 more words

Microsoft