Learn how to add iSCSI storage to your Virtual Machine Manager data storage. This adds storage and saves money, as you won't have to replace your current servers when storage is insufficient.
- [Instructor] In previous videos, we discussed storage…and the different types of storage there are.…There's local storage but there's also attached storage,…and in this particular video, we're going to discuss…how to create attached storage using another…Windows 2016 Server.…Instead of buying an expensive SAN,…or Storage Area Network, we're going to carve out a piece…of one server and give it to another server…as local attached storage.…
So let's go ahead and to to add roles and features…in our VM host one, and we're going to install…the iSCSI target role.…Let's go ahead and expand the file and storage services,…and check the box that says iSCSI target server.…Click next.…Next, and install.…Very simple, just go to server manager,…the add roles and features wizard,…and follow along with what I just did.…
In the meantime, let's take a look at file explorer,…and I created a folder called iSCSI,…and we're going to use that folder…as our iSCSI target.…Let's go ahead and close that and wait for the installation…to complete.…
- 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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