Technical Scenarios for System Center 2012 SP1
Updated: May 13, 2016
Applies To: System Center 2012 SP1
Typically, several System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1) components must work together to solve a problem or address a business need. The Technical Scenarios topics provide guidance for areas of interest that apply to multiple components of System Center 2012 SP1. The guidance in this area will grow over time as we provide more scenarios and receive feedback from our customers.
Describes the chargeback process.
Describes how to use Service Provider Foundation to programmatically integrate cloud resources that Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) manages into existing management portals and orchestration.
Describes how to set up an environment where self-service users—your clients or customers—can create their own virtual machines and configure networks for those virtual machines.
Describes the basic configuration and steps necessary to implement fabric monitoring in a private cloud based on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012.
Describes how to integrate Windows Azure cloud capacity into your datacenter by using App Controller to move virtual machines between your on-premises servers and Windows Azure.
Describes how to provide better load balancing and adapt more easily to customer needs with live migration of virtual machines.
Describes how to use Data Protection Manager and Windows Azure Online Backup for cloud backup and recovery.
Describes how to deploy a virtual machine in which the guest operating system is Linux.
Describes the DevOps scenario article that is intended to serve as a high-level example, and it is a place for you to contribute additional examples of DevOps scenarios.
Describes the scenario article on TechNet Wiki that explains how the Service Provider Foundation provides the application programming interface (API) that enables the integration between the portal (and its API) and System Center 2012 SP1.