Here’s a heads up on another nice article I found over on the TechNet Wiki today. This is another one written by MVP Kristian Nese and it talks about creating compatibility profiles in SCVMM 2012:
Another interesting feature that I have found quite useful, is the possibility to create “Capability Profiles”. For example; you have a Hyper-V Cluster that also plays a part in one of your defined clouds. You want to make sure that everything that is put onto that cloud, are configured as Highly Available. There are many reasons for that, especially if you are dealing with Dynamic Optimization and Power Optimization – you want your resources to be available, and not directly attached to a physical server….
You can continue reading Kristian’s article here.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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