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Describes how to
apply a license, set up the Admin profile, create groups, and create users. You
will learn how to access language support, apply portal customization, and
Describes how to optionally add a pod and physical account, add
network elements, test the connections, and verify account discovery.
create the virtual infrastructure before the physical infrastructure if you
Describes how to create a cloud, verify cloud discovery and
connectivity, test the connections, and view vCenter plug ins.
Describes how to create and manage computing policies, storage
policies, network policies, and system policies. You will learn how to add OS
licenses for Microsoft Windows catalogs.
Describes how to set up VDCs to manage specific environments for
groups. policies, and cost models, and how resource limits are configured and
managed at the VDC level.
Describes how to set up catalog items, attach groups with access
to a catalog, and publish catalog items.
Describes how you can create and manage provisioning service
Describes how to configure VM disk provisioning on a preferred
single datastore or multiple datastores. It also provides instructions on how
to configure individual disk policies for each additional disk in a template.
Describes how to create chargeback summary reports, detailed
reports, and resource accounting reports. It shows how cost models are defined
and assigned to policies within departments and organizations.
Describes how you can get complete cloud visibility, monitor
resource usage, and manage the cloud stack—clouds, clusters, host servers, and
Describes how to perform post provisioning life cycle management
actions on VMs such as VM power management, VM resizing, VM snapshot
management, and other VM actions.
Describes the analytical reports about the underlying physical and
virtual infrastructure that
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