Learn how to add clustered storage to Virtual Machine Manager. This adds redundancy to your virtual machine deployment to protect against outages.
- [Instructor] We would like to add some storage…to our cluster.…And in an earlier video we added a host called vmhost2,…and it's a member of a cluster,…so what we want to do is we want to add…some storage to that cluster so it can use it.…The first thing we want to do is right-click…on the Name of the Cluster that shows up under the hosts,…and then we'll choose Properties.…From here we'll go to Available Storage,…and click Add.…
Now let's pick one of these devices,…I know for a fact that there's nothing going on…on this 400 GB storage, so let's go ahead and use that.…We have some options, for the partition style…we can choose GPT or MBR,…let's go ahead and choose GPT.…That's going to be the newer partition style,…and then for a file system we have NTFS or Do not format.…Now there are other formats available,…that are just not supported in Virtual Machine Manager.…Then we'll give the volume a label,…and we'll just call it VMData,…or whatever it is you'd like to call it,…and let's choose the Quick Format option.…
- Creating host groups
- Adding and managing VMM hosts
- Managing VMware hosts
- Setting up logical and VM networks
- Creating port profiles and logical switches
- Configuring load balancing
- Deploying a virtual machine
- VMM library
- Deploying virtual machines and services in VMM
- VMM profiles and templates
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Virtual Machine Manager
2. VMM Hosts
3. VMM Networking
4. VMM Storage
5. VMM Library
6. Deploying Virtual Machines and Services in VMM
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