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Utilizing the above calculations, whichever equation results in the largest number of host servers should be used as the determining factor for the required number of servers for that site.

SYSTEM CENTER VIRTUAL MACHINE MANAGER 2008 R2

System Center Virtual Machine Manager Components

This section provides a brief overview of the System Center Virtual Machine Manager components and some information about each component that should be considered before installation.

System Center Virtual Machine Manager Server The System Center Virtual Machine Manager server is the hub of a System Center

Virtual Machine Manager deployment, through which all the other System Center Virtual Machine Manager components interact and communicate.

The System Center Virtual Machine Manager server runs the System Center Virtual Machine Manager service, which runs commands, transfers files, and controls communications with other System Center Virtual Machine Manager components and with all machine hosts and System Center Virtual Machine Manager library servers. These are collectively referred to as managed computers. The System Center Virtual Machine Manager service is run through the System Center Virtual Machine Manager agents that are installed on the managed computers.

The System Center Virtual Machine Manager server also connects to a Microsoft SQL Server® 2005 database that stores all the System Center Virtual Machine Manager configuration information.

By default, the System Center Virtual Machine Manager server is also a library server, which can be used to store file-based resources such as virtual hard disks, virtual floppy disks, templates, PowerShell™ scripts, unattended answer files , ISO images and System Center Virtual Machine Manager meta data such as hardware

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