The account name is arbitrary. But, ensure the length of the account is within the character limits (see below: SharePoint and Managed Service Accounts and SharePoint Service Account Character Length) and the name is short while at the same time descriptive
What a fast response, I just started creating the thing!
I think a srvsvc account also should be added
all win services should be run with it like search, doc convert and so on.
What about Search service?
I did an article about this on Nothing but sharepoint. I am posting the link not to make publicity for it, but to get opinions from the community and make the article better.
Hossein Aarabi edited Revision 51. Comment: Add a new account
I've noticed that if I provision/configure a service with PowerShell, the default database access account is the user I'm logged in as (let's say, sp_admin). For those services I configure using Central Administration, the default database access account is the farm account (for me that's sp_farm). Does anyone know if this could create problems down the road in production (I haven't noticed any in my lab)? Would anyone recommend changing the PS-created database owners to sp_farm in SQL? My setup is a single-server lab, using Server 2012, SQL 2012, and SP 2013. My configuration steps follow fairly closely to "SP 2013 Administration," by Young, Caravajal, and Klindt.