How to Manage Virtual Servers via Virtualization Manager?

The virtual server is the best source of sharing software and hardware with different OS and dedicated servers. These are very cost-effective and give the fastest resources control than physical servers and it is also famous for web hosting environments. If you would like to know how to manage virtual servers via Virtualization manager, then here are the instructions given below.

Create a Snapshot

If the users are attempting to create a Snapshot, then they should correctly employ the given instructions.

  • Firstly, you have to sign-in to the Orion web console.
  • After that, go to the My Dashboard option.
  • Then click on the Virtualization option, then select the Summary.
  • Reach the tree of Virtualization Assets and click on the VM you require to shift and a VM that needs a fresh host.
  • Thereafter, reach the area of Management resource and select the option of ‘Take Snapshot of VM.’
  • Upon selecting, you will be asked to use the standard name or make a custom name.
  • Now, a Snapshot is made of the VM and stored.

Remove a Snapshot 

If you would like to remove a Snapshot, then you can determine to pursue the directions given below.

  • If you would like to remove s Snapshot, one more time makes the way to reach My Dashboard and then select the Virtualization.
  • After that, click on the Summary option.
  • Thereafter, once more to choose a VM that you require to shift and pursue it up by choosing a VM that requires a fresh host.
  • Reach the area of Management resources and select the ‘Delete Snapshots’ option.
  • You will see a dialogue box with a snapshot list to remove. If you would like to remove a parent snapshot, you should also select to remove the kid’s snapshots, too, by selecting the given option. If not, select the Delete option.

Modify CPU or Memory Resources

If the users are attempting to modify CPU or memory resources, then they should correctly employ the given instructions.

  • Navigate to the My Dashboards option.
  • After that, select the Virtualization option.
  • Then click on the Summary button.
  • Reach the list of Virtualization Assets and click on the VM than a host.
  • Thereafter, go to the option of ‘Change CPU/Memory Resources’ in the area of Management.
  • You should change the number of processors to remove or add virtual CPUs.
  • If you would like to delete or add virtual memory, modify the value of memory.
  • You should mark the given option to execute more instructions alternatively.
  • Now, select the Save option.

Move a VM to Another Host

If you would like to move a VM to another host, then you can determine to pursue the directions given below.

  • Navigate to the My Dashboards option.
  • After that, select the Virtualization option.
  • Then click on the Summary button.
  • You should reach the Management area and select the option of ‘Move to a Different Host.’
  • You will see a dialogue section with a list of numbers that are applicable containing the recent host.
  • Then click on the fresh host for the virtual machine then choose the ‘Migrate’ option.
  • Now, it will shit the virtual machine to the freshly detailed host, and then thus resources will be unconstrained on the earlier host.

Move VM to Another Storage

If the users are attempting to move VM to another storage, then they should correctly employ the given instructions.

  • Go to the My Dashboards option on your system.
  • After that, reach the Virtualization option. 
  • Then click on the Summary option.
  • Now, you will reach the Virtualization Summary.
  • Reach the tree of Virtualization Assets and click on the VM that requires to be shifted to another storage.
  • You should select the option of ‘Move to a Different Storage’ into the area of Manager tools.
  • You will see a dialogue box with the applicable storage servers list containing the recent one.
  • Now, click on the fresh Storage wherever you want to shift the storage and choose the Relocate option.

Emily Johnson is a Microsoft product expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Emily has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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