is not an alternate site for another location.
For line-of-business (LOB) applications, ensure that all the users and stakeholders in the affected organization are communicated to.
For other services, such as file and print, notify all the users that use files on that particular server.
Ensure that the migration plans are communicated to the personnel in the Network Operations Center and Help Desk so that issues related to migration can be quickly addressed.
SYSTEM CENTER VIRTUAL MACHINE MANAGER SELF SERVICE PORTAL 2.0 (VMMSSP)
This section provides a brief overview of the VMMSSP components and some information about each component.
VMMSSP website A Web-based component that provides a user interface to the self-service portal.
Through the VMMSSP website, users can perform various tasks such as pooling infrastructure assets in the self-service portal, extending virtual machine actions, creating business unit and infrastructure requests, validating and approving requests, and provisioning virtual machines (using the self-service virtual machine provisioning feature). Users can also use the VMMSSP website to view information related to these tasks.
VMMSSP database An SQL Server database that stores information about configured assets,
information related to business units and requests, and information about what has been provisioned to various business units. The database also stores the XML that encodes default and customized virtual machine actions and other information related to the configuration of the self-service portal.
VMMSSP server A Windows service that runs default and customized virtual machine actions that
the user requests through the VMMSSP website. The service uses a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) TCP endpoint to listen for client communication, and hosts a Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) run-time environment. Using WF, the server component runs the sequences of tasks that