Learn about the different types of storage that can be utilized in Virtual Machine Manager. Choosing the right type can optimize your virtual machine deployment.
- [Instructor] Let's discuss the different types…of storage you can use in Virtual Machine Manager.…The first one would be block storage.…VMM supports the use of block-level storage devices,…such as Fibre Channel, iSCSI, or Serial Attached SCSI,…SAS connections.…This would be the same in File Explorer…as seeing a physical drive like the C drive or the E drive.…Instead of being physically in the server, however,…it is attached using a different type of cable,…such as the ones just mentioned.…
The other option would be to use file storage.…Virtual Machine Manager supports the use of network shares,…not just local storage or attached storage,…but network storage.…Network shares that support the SMB 3.0 protocol,…which most modern devices do,…and they have to be able to reside…on a Windows-based file server…or network attached storage device…from various different storage vendors.…Check out the storage vendor of your choice…that they support SMB 3.0 before attaching…to your Virtual Machine Manager.…
Now let's talk about the usage of storage…
- 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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