In addition to managing virtual machines (VMs) and host servers using the PlateSpin® Orchestrate VM Client, you can do other management work using the PlateSpin Orchestrate Development Client. This Virtual Machine Management Guide provides instructions on the management tasks that you can do in the Development Client.
The guide is organized as follows:
For documentation on using Orchestrate jobs to further manage VMs, host machines, and physical machines, see PlateSpin Orchestrate 2.0 Developer Guide and Reference.
This book is for data center administrators. It assumes that users of the product have the following background:
General understanding of network operating environments and systems architecture
Knowledge of basic Linux* shell commands, the Windows* command prompt, and text editors
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In addition to this Virtual Machines Management Guide, PlateSpin Orchestrate 2.0 includes the following additional guides that contain valuable information about the product:
For the most recent version of this guide, visit the PlateSpin Orchestrate 2.0 documentation Web site.
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