Managing Virtual Fibre Channel in VMM
Updated: November 19, 2014
Applies To: System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager
Virtual Fibre Channel enables Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs) on host computers to have direct access to Fibre Channel storage area network (SAN) array resources. In this way, applications and workloads that require direct access to SAN logical unit numbers (LUNs) can be virtualized. Using Virtual Fibre Channel, VM failover clusters can also access Fibre Channel SAN arrays.
The following topic describes terms, supported configurations, prerequisites, and workflow for Virtual Fibre Channel in Virtual Machine Manager (VMM):
The following topics provide procedures to help you manage virtual Fibre Channel in VMM:
Adding and Classifying Virtual Fibre Channel Fabrics in VMM
Managing Virtual SANs in VMM
Managing Virtual Fibre Channel Zones in VMM
Managing Storage LUNs for Virtual Fibre Channel in VMM
Creating a VM for Virtual Fibre Channel in VMM
Creating a Service Tier for Virtual Fibre Channel in VMM
ConceptsConfiguring Storage in VMM
Other ResourcesHyper-V Virtual Fibre Channel Troubleshooting Guide
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