Well, once you finish installing VMM Server and have your admin console setup, the next you want to do is to start managing your hosts. Virtual Server hosts, Hyper-V hosts and VMware ESX hosts.
I talked about managing VMware VCS and how VMM imports the existing ESX hosts managed by the VCS. Next, let me drill into how you can start adding Virtual Server hosts and Hyper-V hosts, as well as some AddHost limitations in this Beta release.
This is what you will see in the Add Host wizard from the admin console for our VMM 2008 beta release:
(Note: This UI will change by our RTM.)
First, here are some requirements for adding hosts with different types of virtualization platforms:
Here are the things your need to know for different types of server (server locations):
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