Service Reporting in System Center 2012 R2
Updated: November 1, 2013
Applies To: System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator, System Center 2012 R2 Service Reporting
Service Reporting in System Center 2012 R2 enables administrators at IT hosting providers to view tenant consumption of virtual machines, resources (computation, network, and storage), and operating system inventory in their infrastructure.
Service reporting topics
Getting Started with Service Reporting
Provides information about what is new in Service Reporting, an overview of Service Reporting features, and high-level tasks that you can accomplish by using Service Reporting.
Support for Service Reporting
Contains release notes that describe issues that affect Service Reporting, and provides system requirements that you should be aware of before you install Service Reporting.
Planning for Service Reporting
Provides planning information that you need to know before you install Service Reporting.
Deploying Service Reporting
Provides information about how to install Service Reporting and how to configure it afterward.
Operating Service Reporting
Provides information about data that is gathered from source systems and how to configure those source systems, the day-to-day tasks that you accomplish to view and use reports, and how to back up and restore Service Reporting databases.
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