Friday, 10 March 2017

Microsoft Windows Azure Pack (PRIVATE CLOUD - WAP) - Integration process with SPF and SCVMM & Post Configurations - Part 7

Hello Everyone,

This blog is to show integration process with SPF and SCVMM & Post configurations of Windows Azure Pack (Private Cloud). 


To see Microsoft Windows Azure Pack (PRIVATE CLOUD - WAP) - INTRODUCTION - Part 1, Click Here!

To see Microsoft Windows Azure Pack (PRIVATE CLOUD - WAP) - Components & Deployment Types- Part 2, Click Here!


To see Microsoft Windows Azure Pack (PRIVATE CLOUD - WAP) - Complete Setup Deployment Requirement - Part 3, Click Here!

To see Microsoft Windows Azure Pack (PRIVATE CLOUD - WAP) - WAP Architecture (STANDALONE & HIGH AVAILABILITY) - Part 4, Click Here!

To see Microsoft Windows Azure Pack (PRIVATE CLOUD - WAP) - WAP Components Sizing - Part 5, Click Here!

To see Microsoft Windows Azure Pack (PRIVATE CLOUD - WAP) - Installation & Configurations - Part 6, Click Here!


Let's start to see installation step by step...


INTEGRATION PROCESS:


To integrate back-end infra with SPF & SCVMM, You have to integrate or register SPF & SCVMM on Windows Azure Pack Administrator Portal.

Click Here to know about WAP Websites Components!!!


REGISTER SPF:


Before registering SPF in WAP Admin portal, make sure You have created local account in SPF machine which will be used to register SPF.

CLICK HERE TO SEE SPF BLOG SERIES!!! (This series includes all SPF prerequisites & installation process).

Open IE Explorer in WAP Machine and check if SPF URL is working with local user account:

https://SPF_MACHINE_FQDN:8090/   (SPF machine run on Port 8090 by default):




Open IIS Manager, Click on Admin Site and then Click on Browse from Action Pane in right hand side:



Click on VM Cloud Tab, then click on Cloud Icon and then click on Link given to register as SPF as shown below:




Provide SPF Server URL, Local account details created for SPF registration in SPF machine and Click Next:



Registration completed:





REGISTER SCVMM:



Click on Cloud Tab and click on link given to add VMM server:




Give FQDN for VMM Server:



Successfully Registered:



Click on Arrow Icon, You will see all cloud name which is created in SCVMM:




POST CONFIGURATIONS:



CONFIGURE PLAN:



Click on plan and then click on Link given to configure Plan:



Give name to create plan like Gold, Silver etc and click next:



Select service which You want to align with hosted plan and click next:



Click on Tick mark to create plan:



Plan created successfully, Click on Arrow Icon to configure plan:



Click on Service to configure it:



Select VMM Management Server and Cloud:




Drag down & Select required resources like network, profile, template one by one which You want to add to service etc:



Once completed, Click on Save:



Synchronization will take some time to configure, once completed, status will change to Active:





CREATE TENANT ACCOUNT:


For Tenant login access, create Tenant Account from Administrator Portal.


Click on User accounts and click create a new user:




Give details for new tenant account and click create:



New User subscription will be created in SCVMM which will take some time (Approx. 3 to 5 mins). Once completed, status will change to Active. Click on Arrow Icon to see subscription status:



Subscription is created and Active which can be used:




ADD PLAN:


To align resources to Tenant, You have to add plan subscription to Tenant.

Click on Arrow Icon:



Click on Subscription:




Select the plan You want to assign to the User and Click on Tick-mark:



Subscription will take some time to configure. once completed, status will change to Active:




This is all about integration process & post-configurations for Windows Azure Pack.


In my next post, I will show tenant portal and how to configure portal for public access.



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