PowerVC Tutorial_ PowerVC 1.3.1 standard edition installation
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Join IBMer Pedro Martins of IBM Systems Lab Services as he walks you through a PowerVC standard edition installation. This video will help IBM customers make the shift to cloud by showing you how to quickly install PowerVC 1.3.1, the latest version, which was released in June 2016. This version includes a new offering, IBM Cloud PowerVC Manager, which includes all the functionality of the Standard edition, plus the PowerVC cloud functions, which include the self-service portal, policy approvals and metering data. Installation was performed on a RHEL 7.2 virtual server running on a POWER8 System (S824). What can PowerVC do for you? It is a simple tool to help you roll out logical partitions (LPARs) quickly on Power Systems. Some of the basic features allow you to clone, deploy and relegate workload within your infrastructure. It is simple to install. With the latest version, you can deploy a private cloud. It offers a self-service portal with automated approval process and metering for resource usage. Installing PowerVC in three easy steps * Install a RHEL virtual server--this can be done on Power or x86 * Download PowerVC package * Expand and launch the installer Questions? For additional information about how IBM Systems Lab Services can help you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check us out online at http://bit.ly/IBMLabServices. More about PowerVC IBM PowerVC Virtualization Center is an advanced virtualization and cloud management offering, built on OpenStack, that provides simplified virtualization management and cloud deployments for IBM AIX®, IBM i and Linux virtual machines (VMs) running on IBM Power Systems. PowerVC is designed to improve administrator productivity and simplify the cloud management of VMs on Power Systems servers. PowerVC provides the foundation for Power Systems scalable cloud management, including integration to higher-level cloud orchestrators based on OpenStack technology.