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  • Question

  • I want to implement a private cloud and I also want to provide Infrastructure to my sister companies using IAAS.

    what software I would need to do that ?

    how will my system companies will use my infrastructure remotely ?


    http://www.virmansec.com/blogs/skhairuddin

    Friday, March 30, 2012 3:11 PM

Answers

  • You can use Microosft Hyper-v as the plateform and System center for management

    Please check

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/4346.private-cloud-principles-patterns-and-concepts.aspx

    The Private Cloud Planning Guide for Infrastrucutre as a Service describes Infrastructure Layer capabilities and the impact of Private Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) patterns on their planning and design. These patterns are defined in thePrivate Cloud Principles, Concepts, and Patterns document and are summarized here:
    • Resource Pooling: Divides resources into partitions for management purposes.
    • Physical Fault Domain: The group of physical resources dependent on a single point of failure such as an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).
    • Upgrade Domain: A group of resources upgraded as a single unit.
    • Reserve Capacity: Unallocated resources, which take over service in the event of a failed Physical Fault Domain.
    • Scale Unit: A collection of resources treated as a single unit of additional capacity.
    • Capacity Plan: A model that enables a private cloud to deliver the perception of infinite capacity.
    • Health Model: Defines how a service or system may remain healthy.
    • Service Class: Defines services delivered by Infrastructure as a Service.
    • Cost Model: The financial breakdown of a private cloud and its services

    Check Microsoft Private Cloud at the Private Cloud Solutions Hub


    Mohamed Fawzi | http://fawzi.wordpress.com

    Saturday, March 31, 2012 1:23 AM

All replies

  • You can use Microosft Hyper-v as the plateform and System center for management

    Please check

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/4346.private-cloud-principles-patterns-and-concepts.aspx

    The Private Cloud Planning Guide for Infrastrucutre as a Service describes Infrastructure Layer capabilities and the impact of Private Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) patterns on their planning and design. These patterns are defined in thePrivate Cloud Principles, Concepts, and Patterns document and are summarized here:
    • Resource Pooling: Divides resources into partitions for management purposes.
    • Physical Fault Domain: The group of physical resources dependent on a single point of failure such as an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).
    • Upgrade Domain: A group of resources upgraded as a single unit.
    • Reserve Capacity: Unallocated resources, which take over service in the event of a failed Physical Fault Domain.
    • Scale Unit: A collection of resources treated as a single unit of additional capacity.
    • Capacity Plan: A model that enables a private cloud to deliver the perception of infinite capacity.
    • Health Model: Defines how a service or system may remain healthy.
    • Service Class: Defines services delivered by Infrastructure as a Service.
    • Cost Model: The financial breakdown of a private cloud and its services

    Check Microsoft Private Cloud at the Private Cloud Solutions Hub


    Mohamed Fawzi | http://fawzi.wordpress.com

    Saturday, March 31, 2012 1:23 AM
  • Thanks do you have any step by step guide for building a private cloud delivery IAAS ? 


    http://www.virmansec.com/blogs/skhairuddin

    Saturday, March 31, 2012 5:53 AM
  • As a proof of concept, you can use SC 2012 with the unified installer to get everything up and running. Check out the links that Fawzi provided.

    SC 2012 is now available as one product, and you can download all the RC components in one download, see through the documentation for the unified installer and plan properly.

    You can also check out my Private Cloud tag on my blog at http://kristiannese.blogspot.com

    Cheers


    Kristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

    Sunday, April 1, 2012 9:33 AM