Private cloud is a computing model that uses resources which are dedicated to your organization/department. A private cloud shares many of the characteristics of public cloud computing including resource pooling, self-service, elasticity.
I will walk you through the steps for configuring the System Center VMM and Create Microsoft private cloud.
Microsoft Private Cloud?
Microsoft private cloud relies on System Center components to create and use Private Clouds. You can use these technologies to offer traditional IaaS services, such as VMs on demand. Also provides support for deploying multi-tier applications, monitoring and updating applications, and automation.
Cloud computing allows self-service access to an elastic pool of IT resources.It’s important to realize that a private cloud isn’t just a technology change; it also requires new attitudes and behaviors. The benefits can be significant.
Memory optimization is the most important feature of virtualization, especially for cloud computing and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) implementation where PCs are replaced by virtual machines running in the data center. This brings the necessity of using hardware resources more efficiently and host more VM’s.
Memory optimization is handled in a different method in each hypervisor. For example, Hyper-V uses a hot-add and ballooning technique and guest operating system is fully aware of memory amounts; while VMware uses over commitment technique.
Dynamic Memory is Hyper-V memory optimization techniques. That came with Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.
Dynamic Memory is really just an extension idea of hot-add memory ability feature of Windows Server Enterprise and Data-center editions. Memory is added to virtual machines while they run. But instead of plugging in large amounts, tiny amounts of memory are added to the virtual machine. This is done on an on-demand basis from the pool of available memory on the host.