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  • VMware customers can leverage existing vSphere investments to build and operate their cloud infrastructures. We are going to start with what you know and love and build new abstractions on top to deliver cloud in your infrastructureThe compute resources for VMware vCloud Director come from vSphere clusters and Resource Pools. You can build your cloud on any hardware that is on the vSphere HCL. VMware vCloud Director requires DRS which makes shared storage a requirement for all hosts in the cluster. Since DRS is a requirement, hosts need to be vMotion compatible or EVC needs to be enabled on the cluster.The storage resources for VMware vCloud Director come from datastores attached to the clusters. vSphere abstracts away underlying storage away via datastores. You can build your cloud using any storage array that is on the vSphere HCL. The networking resources for VMware vCloud Director come from portgroups created either on standard vSwitches, vNetwork Distributed Switches or Nexus 1000V switches.You leverage existing investments in hardware, software and people to build and operate your cloud environment.
  • Notes are WIP:There are two main drivers for cloud computingCost Agility and Time to MarketBy building cloud infrastructures using VMware vCloud Director customers can realize cost savings and improve IT departments can improve time to market. So what is VMware vCloud Director?VMware vCloud Director is a layer of software that interacts with multiple vCenter Servers and enables IT departments to pool resources together across vCenter Servers and define standardized tiers of services called Virtul Datacenters. This helps break down infrastructure silos and drives sharing of infrastructure.Using VCD, IT departments can define Organizations and on-board users that can share the underlying cloud infrastucture in a secure multi-tenant fashion. IT can then create standardized collections of VMs called vApps and set policies on how users can use vApps.Users can login into VMware vCloud Director and self-provision vApp workloads which IT has setup already. This effectively removes IT involvement each time users require infrastructure enabling agility and faster time to market for applications.VMware vCloud Director also ships with the vCloud API which allow cloud administrators and users to interact with the cloud infrastructure in a programmatic way. In addition, the free vCenter Orchestrator product allows you to write workflows to automate creation of cloud infrastructure. The increased pooling and sharing of resources, self-provisioning and increased automation deliver greater cost savings in your IT infrastructure, agility and faster time to market for applications. And since VMware vCloud Director builds of top of VMware vSphere, you can deliver cloud benefits for today’s applications and for applications developed in the future.
  • In vCloud Director 1.0, VM provisioning operations resulted in the creation of full clones, delivered to users within minutes through a simple web portal. With the enablement of linked clones in vCloud Director 1.5, users no longer have to wait for a full copy each time they deploy a vApp. vCloud Director “links” clones together so that common elements are stored only once. This improves agility in the cloud by reducing provisioning time, from minutes down to seconds, and reducing the cost of storage by up to 10x.
  • The common mis-perception is that cloud computing implies an “external” cloud, based on public cloud services, e.g. Amazon. The fact is that cloud computing is how you approach IT, it is “a way of doing computing”, not a destination. Ultimately, most enterprises will benefit from adopting cloud computing within their own datacenters, building “private clouds”, and getting there in an evolutionary way through their existing virtualization journey. VMware not only arms enterprises to build the private cloud, but is the vendor that supplies cloud infrastructure to the broadest set of public cloud providers as well. It is VMware’s intent to make “Hyrbrid Clouds” a reality, through a common platform built around vSphere, with common management and security models to give the enterprise the confidence they need, in an environment that provides on-demand application portability.
  • When multiple users wish to deploy copies of a vApp template without making changes (customization) or if a single user wishes to deploy multiple copies of the same vApp template w/o customization, users can leverage the Network Fencing technology. This is very useful in the test/dev scenario, where say a developer wishes to send some dev code to a few testers and have them quickly test out the changes. This really speeds up dev/test times, since developers and testers can deploy the same vApp w/o hostname or IP changes on a shared network w/o conflicts.VCD makes this happen by deploying a vShield Edge VM into the Organization VDC. Essentially each VM in the vApp gets a unique external IP on the shared network that its connected to while it keeps its original IP and hostname. The vShield Edge VM does NAT’ing from internal to external IP.
  • The common mis-perception is that cloud computing implies an “external” cloud, based on public cloud services, e.g. Amazon. The fact is that cloud computing is how you approach IT, it is “a way of doing computing”, not a destination. Ultimately, most enterprises will benefit from adopting cloud computing within their own datacenters, building “private clouds”, and getting there in an evolutionary way through their existing virtualization journey. VMware not only arms enterprises to build the private cloud, but is the vendor that supplies cloud infrastructure to the broadest set of public cloud providers as well. It is VMware’s intent to make “Hyrbrid Clouds” a reality, through a common platform built around vSphere, with common management and security models to give the enterprise the confidence they need, in an environment that provides on-demand application portability.
  • Reservation: pre-paid guarantee for a fixed set of resources, fixed limit (even if you don't create any VMs, you get the same cost)Allocation: in addition to what you’re guaranteed, you can use more resources than what you’re given, at a premium rate (burst charging) -- will have separate cost model in CBMPay as you go: don't reserve resources upfront, unlimited resources, pay for each vApp you deploy. In Chargeback, you can set this up so that you pay a flat fee per vApp (e.g. gold/silver/bronze templates each with different flat fee), or pay by vApp configuration (e.g. number of VCPUs, memory size, storage), or pay by usage (e.g. CPU GHz consumed).Q: Can you charge differently when vApp is powered on vs off?A: Yes in KaveriQ: For thin provisioned disks, do you have the option to report and charge based on fully-allocated disk size instead?A: Yes in Kaveri, when using thin provisioning, you can choose to charge based on the fully-allocated disk size instead.
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    • 1. Vmware: vCloudPaul Manaton © 2011 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
    • 2. Agenda  09:00 - Registrations and Coffee  09:15 - Introduction to vCloud Director  09:35 - Architecting your cloud  10:00 - Live demonstration of vCloud Director  10:50 - Q&A  11:00 - Coffee breakCopyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents.VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. 2 Confidential
    • 3. Copyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents.VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. 3 Confidential
    • 4. Copyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents.VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. 4 Confidential
    • 5. The VMware Cloud OverviewCopyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents.VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. 5 Confidential
    • 6. What we need Consumption Self-Service Service Catalog Approval ITSM PortalIaaS Orchestration Platform Operations Virtual Datacenter Runbook Charge back Virtual Infrastructure Automation Performance Infrastructure Configuration Capacity Network Storage ServerCopyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents.VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies.
    • 7. VMware delivers Consumption vService ManagerIaaS Orchestration Platform vCOPs vCloud Director Chargeback vCenter Orchestrator vSphere vCenter Operations Infrastructure vConfiguration vCenter Manager Network Storage Server CapacityIQCopyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents.VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies.
    • 8. The foundation for Infrastructure as a Service is vCloud Director VMware’s vision is to build as a services on this platformCopyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents.VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. 8 Confidential
    • 9. Characteristics of IaaS Clouds Standardization. Construct virtual data centers by pooling compute, storage, and networking resources together Offers self-service. Construct Service Catalogs, application architectures can be deployed by non-technical people or by automated triggers such as ticketing systems Secure multi-tenancy, ability to run multiple organisations on the same platform Report consumption, permit charge or show back of what has been consumed and allow for different cost models Programmatic control via open APIs, ability to automate tasks and ensure mobility or resources between clouds
    • 10. To make this possible, cloud requires new resource abstractions VMware vCloud Director Organization: Marketing Organization: Finance Users & Policies Organization VDCs Catalogs Users & Policies Organization VDCs Catalogs Provider Virtual Datacenters (Bronze) (Silver) (Gold) VMware vCenter Server Resource Pools Datastores Port Groups VMware vSphere Secure Private Cloud10
    • 11. VMware vSphere and vCenter Server  Clusters and Resource Pools vCenter Server • Provide cloud compute • DRS is a requirement for the cluster vSphere Cluster/Resource Pool o Shared storage o vMotion compatible or EVC enabled  Datastores vNetwork Distributed Switch • Provide cloud storage • Abstract away underlying storage type  Portgroups ESXi/ESX hosts • Provide cloud networking • Abstract away underlying networking infrastructure • vSwitch, vNetwork Distributed FC Storage iSCSI Storage NFS Storage Switch or Nexus 1000V11
    • 12. VMware vCloud Director Define standard infrastructure tiers called Virtual Datacenters • Pool virtualized infrastructure resources across multiple vCenter Servers Define standard collections of VMs called vApps Create Organizations and manage users with RBAC Provide UI for users to self provision vApps into Virtual Datacenters Provide secure multi-tenancy using vShield Edge 12
    • 13. vApp Container of one or more VMs, VMware vShield Networking & security appliances vApp • Package up multi-tier application App App App architectures OS OS OS • Upload vApp to a service catalog for vApp Networks easy one-click redeployment • Select boot order of VMs, start delays and stop delays • Set policies for vApp, storage lease  Uses the OVF standard • Captures meta data about the VMs • Allows import and export between clouds in standard format13
    • 14. Fast Provisioning using Linked Clones For Improved Agility Overview • Provisions new VMs from a template without replicating the entire image • Instead, links the images (clones) so that common elements are stored only once vmdk vmdk vmdk Benefits • Dramatically speeds up provisioning time Template from >2 minutes to <5 seconds vmdk • Reduces storage footprint (and cost) by over 60% 14
    • 15. Networking & Security : Introducing vShield Products Securing the Private Cloud End to End: from the Edge to the Endpoint vShield App and vShield Edge vShield Endpoint Zones Secure the edge of Create segmentation between Offload anti-virus processing the virtual datacenter enclaves or silos of workloads vShield Manager DMZ Application 1 Application 2 Centralized Management 15
    • 16. Provide Choice in Resource Consumption Models With Vmware Chargeback we have set 3 “out of the box” consumption models Allocated Pool – “Bill for the virtual container” Reservation Pool – “Bill for the physical container” Pay-Per-vApp – Purchase VMs of specified sizes and contents16
    • 17. Open standards make the hybrid cloud possible Provisioning and Control of the Application vApp Private Public Cloud Clouds17 Confidential
    • 18. Consumption Visibility  Show back or Charge back to consumers • vCloud Director resources like broadband network traffic, public IP addresses, DHCP, NAT can be metered and billed  Setup leases to assure resource reclamation VMware vSphere 18
    • 19. vCloud.vmware.com19 Confidential
    • 20. vCloud.vmware.comConnecting the Clouds Cloud Service Private Cloud Providers Traditional vSphere/vCenter20 Confidential
    • 21. vSM Cloud Provisioning  Enhance provisioning and cloud self-service for vCloud Director  Standardize and automate service delivery of hybrid Clouds  Ensure policy compliance in higher governance environments21 Confidential
    • 22. vCloud Director and VMware Service Manager VMware ServiceCapabilities vCloud Director Manager – Cloud ProvisioningAccelerates end user time-to-market by enabling intelligent virtualmachine provisioning across VMware vSphere® clusters with on-demand access..Ensures secure isolation and enforce control with policy-based usercontrols and VMware vShield™ security technologies.Uses open standards for interoperability and application portabilitybetween cloudsConsolidates infrastructure and delivers resources as configurable,easy-to-manage virtual datacenters.Provides vCloud Director services in a service catalog for easiestend-user consumptionStandardizes and automates services from request, approvals,provisioning, changes, to notificationProvides tracking and reporting for higher governance environments22 Confidential
    • 23. Architecting for the Cloud23 Confidential
    • 24. Major considerations. Users • Who can do what with which resources? What controls/policies should be in place? • Who needs to authorise what? Services • What does your catalog need to look like? Technical considerations • Storage, CPU, RAM, Networks24 Confidential
    • 25. Where are you now? What percentage are you virtualised? • Do you want t got further? What is our infrastructure costing? • Can you achieve savings within current estate? What barriers are stopping you maximising the potential? • People, Budget25 Confidential
    • 26. Where do you want to go? Public/Private/Hybrid? • Where to go and what goes where?26 Confidential
    • 27. Some Technical Detail27
    • 28. Cloud Director architecture … the basics vCD Portal “Build your Own tool/portal” 3rd party portals vSphere Client (Plug-in) (i.e. iWave ITO) vCloud APIs vCD Cell(s) vSphere Client Resource Pod vCenter vCenter vCenter ESX ESX ESX ESX ESX ESX28 Confidential
    • 29. VMware vCloud Director Installation and Licensing Installs on RHEL 5 U4 or higher 64-bit machine VMware vCloud Director supports • VMware vSphere Editions VMware vCloud • VMware vSphere Enterprise* vCenter Server Director • VMware vSphere Enterprise Plus • VMware vCenter Server Editions • VMware vCenter Server Standard • Minimum requirements • vSphere and vCenter Server versions 4.0 U2 and 4.1. VMware vCloud Director licensed by concurrent powered-on VMs managed by VCD*vSphere Enterprise will not support VLAN backed Network Pools and VMware vCloud Director Network Isolation (VCDNI) backed Network Pools29 Confidential
    • 30. Network Fencing Allows developers to provision Layer-2 isolated networks in seconds… Deploy multiple copies of the vApp on the same Org/External network without modifying hostname or IP address • Each VM keep original hostname/IP information inside the fence • Each VM assigned a new IP outside the fence 30 Confidential
    • 31. vShield Edge – simplifying complex virtual networking Provides virtual routing between physical and virtual networks Brings firewalling/NATing „inside‟ the virtual environment Provides more flexibility, without the need to always go to external physical firewalls, but centrally managed Extremely useful for test/dev environments VCD-Network Isolation reduces the need for VLANs in crowded datacentres Enables secure multi-tenancy for Service Providers31 Confidential
    • 32. vShield Edge networking vApp vApp network Tenant A Secure routed networkTenant A Tenant ADMZ routed network Tenant A Secure direct network DMZ direct network Physical Secure network Physical DMZ network Internet 32 Confidential
    • 33. Connecting the Clouds Cloud Service Private Cloud Providers Traditional vSphere/vCenter33 Confidential
    • 34. IPsec VPN between 2 External networks 192.168.100.100/24 192.168.100.200/24 192.168.100.1/24 192.168.200.1/24 192.168.100.1 Edge Edge 192.168.200.1 IPsec VPN 192.168.100.101 192.168.100.106 Internet34 Confidential
    • 35. Five Tuple Firewalls  Create complex firewall rules for enhanced security • Firewall rules now can be configured for <source address, source port, protocol, destination port, destination address> • Support for ICMP protocol in addition to tcp and udp35 Confidential
    • 36. Static Routing36 Confidential
    • 37. Chargeback and Billing in VMware Cloud Director • vCloud Service Director itself does NOT do billing or chargeback • There is NO billing information or metering information presented in the interface • All chargeback is done through vCenter Chargeback Availability vCenter Chargeback vCenter Self-Service • Monitor and charge for vCloud Chargeback Cloud resources • Deliver targeted multi-tenant reports • Integrate with 3rd-party billing 3rd-Party Billing37 Confidential
    • 38. vCenter Chargeback Overview38 Confidential
    • 39. vCenter Chargeback Chargeback awareness and metering for vCD • Organizations • Virtual Datacenters (VDCs) • vApps, templates, media file storage Support for vCSD Resource Allocation Models • Pay as you go – pay for each vApp deployed • Reservation Pool – pay for a guaranteed set of resources • Allocation Pool – aka burst charging, pay for a guaranteed set of resources, can use more than guaranteed but that gets charged at a premium rate Applicable Charges • Count of public IP addresses • Broadband traffic (Tx/Rx), per public IP • CPU, Memory, Storage (base and premium, templates and media file storage) • Fixed monthly charges for a vApp39 Confidential
    • 40. VMware Service Manager Cloud Provisioning Utilizes the VMware Service Manager and vCloud Director Connector Provides additional functionality to vCloud Director: • Customized Customer Entry Portal • Configurable and Extendable Request Forms • Change Request Management for Owned Items • Flexible Workflows • Plug into vCO to kick off 3rd party workflows40 Confidential
    • 41. Standardize and Automate Service Delivery of Hybrid Clouds The automation engine helps Cloud providers standardize and deliver Cloud infrastructure. Electronic approval Error process notification, if any Request Successful initiated by service end-user deployment Policy-based Provisioning Database logic in vCloud update Director41 Confidential
    • 42. Enhanced Provisioning Automation with vCO VSM includes a connector to vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) Introducing vCO in the Provisioning Process can enhance service automation by providing advanced technical orchestration capabilities While VSM acts as the „Traffic Cop‟ enforcing the service oriented workflow vCloud Director Oracle EM VMware Service Manager 3rd Party vCO Systems vCloud vCenter Director42 Confidential
    • 43. Lets See the Product in Action43
    • 44. Case Study44
    • 45. Oxford University Secure DbaaS Hybrid Cloud45 Confidential
    • 46. A Video46 Confidential
    • 47. Many Thanks Questions?47
    • 48. A little bit on futures48 Confidential
    • 49. Introducing vFabric Data Director Do for Databases what vSphere does for Servers • Extends vSphere benefits to Databases • Drastic Cost Savings for Databases • CAPEX • OPEX • Consolidates Thousands of Databases & Simplifies Management Built on and Integrated with vSphere 5.049 Confidential
    • 50. Path to PaaS Infrastructure-as-a- IaaS + Database-as-a- Platform-as-a-Service Service (IaaS) Service (PaaS) • Centralized management of • Centralized management of • Centralized applications Compute, Storage, and Databases development framework Network resources • Self-service database optimized for the cloud • Self-service management of operations • Integrates automation Infrastructure resources • Leverages IaaS provided by IaaS and • Dependent on Virtualization architecture DBaaS vSphere + vCloud Director vFabric Data Director Cloud Foundry50 Confidential
    • 51. vFabric Data Director • Powers database-as-a-service across private and public App App App App App App App App vClouds vFabric Data Director • Self-service database Graphical User Interface/API virtualization platform for Self-service IT Control vSphere-Optimized traditional and new databases • First database enabled is PostgreSQL database with optimization for vSphere • Oracle support in 2012 VMware vSphere 5 • MS SQL support in 2013 • Will integrate with vCD51 Confidential
    • 52. Backup/Restore: Built-in Policies DBA‟s have limited time to enable, monitor, and test backup and recovery policies for all databases. Solution: Built-In Backup Policies • Fully integrated backup & restore process (backup templates) • Automated scheduled backups • Policy driven backup retention • Self-service manual backups • Database remains on line during backup • Dual backup techniques integrated into single policy • External Backups • Resilient external backups • Snapshots with Database Consistency • Faster to take and restore52 Confidential
    • 53. Backup/Restore - Point-in-Time Recovery Database recovery is cumbersome and error prone Solution: Fully automated point-in-time recovery • Comprehensive view of database backups • Point in time recover with a few clicks53 Confidential
    • 54. Innovative Database Cloning The average production database has 6 clones (dev, qa) and each clone takes days to create. Solution: Innovative Database Cloning • Automation and flexibility • Choice of what to clone • Data and schema • Schema only • Choice of clone point • Backup (include PITR) • Current state of database • Choice of destination database configuration • Copy parent database configuration • Specify destination database configuration54 Confidential
    • 55. Innovative Database Cloning • Full Database Clone • Complete physical copy of parent • Isolation between parent and clone • Linked Database Clone Production • Clone created from parent snapshot “House of Brick has always • Clone in minutes regardless of database size found that VMware outshines Full DB Clone • Delta disk to track change from parent the competition when it comes Staging to the tools supporting their • Application transparent cloud infrastructure. With • Great of diagnostic scenarios vFabric Data Director, even Linked DB Clones routine operations such as database cloning are now automated and are as easy as one simple click.” Dev QA Perf - David Woodward, COO, House of Brick55 Confidential
    • 56. Security Role Based Access Control • Out-of-the-Box Roles • Organization Administrator • Developer • Custom Roles Fine-grained Security Privileges • Over 30 different privileges • Create/Edit/Delete Database • Backup/Restore/Clone Database • Create/Edit/Delete Template • Edit Template/Database settings Benefits • Robust security enables self-service • Custom roles ease security management56 Confidential
    • 57. Flexible Database Templates  Database provisioning and configuration requires sophisticated DBA with limited time. Solution: Flexible Database Templates • Customize templates for database configuration and backup • Robust role-based access control which templates users can access • Search and browse templates • Fast provisioning Benefits • Enforce IT standards and control • Ease of use • Ensure reliability and repeatability57 Confidential
    • 58. Monitoring – Manage by exception Dashboards • Database performance • Resource utilization • Capacity planning • System health, etc. End to End Monitoring • System, Organization, Database Group, Database Alarms and Notifications • Out-of-the-Box alarms • Custom alarms and thresholds58 Confidential
    • 59. vFabric AppDirector AppDirector automates application deployments on hybrid clouds, specifically on VCD 1.5 Applications Custom or Packaged App binaries, config .war, .jar, .tar, .zip etc Application Stack Middleware, OS App servers, messaging, web servers, databases, operating systems, load balancers, etc vCloud Director 1.559 Confidential
    • 60. Proliferation of Middleware, OS 2 A forward-looking large enterprise load balancer load balancer appserver appserver appserver worker messaging database cache Infrastructure teams Application teams Middleware, OS – Standardization, Collaboration, Policy-based enforcement? Application Infrastructure teams 1. Too many combinations of OS, middleware, scripts 2. Post deployment compliance headaches 3. Environment readiness for middleware adding to deployment time60 Confidential 6
    • 61. What are key goals for AppDirector1 Simplicity • Automated deployment on cloud • Intuitive graphical user interface2 Cloud Ready • Model-once, deploy anywhere (portability) • Standardization of middleware, OS • Open and Extensible3 Active App Management • Integrated Application Performance Management for dynamic remediation of apps61 Confidential
    • 62. vFabric AppDirector load load 1 balancer balancer 2 appserv appserv appserv worker er er er messaging database cache Open architecture for model-driven, Standardization of heterogeneous orchestrated provisioning on any IaaS cloud middleware, packaged apps, OS 3 4 Best-practice application blueprints for Collaborative, integrated application deployment patterns management62 Confidential
    • 63. vFabric AppDirector – “Model-driven” cloud-ready App provisioning Application Blueprint Logical Application Topology with Application Binaries Application Policies, Configurations Pre-instrumented with App Monitoring Application Stack - (Middleware, OS) Architect Deployment Deployment Deployment Collection of deployment settings Profile Profile Profile Makes blueprints portable across clouds (dev) (test) (prod) App Dev, QA, Release Standardized configurations of OS, Middleware Automated Deployment Plans with Orchestration Catalog Deployment Environments Dev Org VDC Test Org VDC Prod Org VDC Middleware AdminCloud Admin63 Confidential
    • 64. Model Application Blueprint Use canvas to create deployment topology Standardized templates Standardized scripted64 from catalog Confidential services from catalog
    • 65. Select Deployment Environment, Cloud Templates, Networks Steps in deployment profile Based on logical names used for templates and NICs in the blueprint, system picks cloud65 templates and networks on the selected deployment environment Confidential

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