Provision Virtual Machine Clouds
Updated: October 17, 2013
Applies To: Windows Azure Pack
After you have deployed Windows Azure Pack, you must provision Virtual Machine Clouds to use the VM Clouds service. A basic VM Clouds service only requires you to configure the management portal for administrators to associate with Service Provider Foundation. However, as the topics under Understanding the Virtual Machine Clouds architecture explain, to use the full breadth of offerings included as part of VM Clouds service, you must also associate the VM Clouds service with Service Management Automation and Windows Azure Pack Usage Service. The topics in this section provide an architectural overview of how VM Clouds integrates with Service Management Automation and Windows Azure Pack Usage Service, and also provides instructions on how to associate these components using the management portal for administrators.
Provides architectural overview of the VM Clouds service and how it associates with other components.
Lists down the requirements for using VM Clouds with Windows Azure Pack.
Provides instructions on how to register the Service Provider Foundation endpoint with management portal for administrators.
Provides instructions on how to register the Service Management Automation endpoint with Service Provider Foundation.
Provides instructions on how to register the Windows Azure Pack usage service with Service Provider Foundation.