Free Microsoft 70-659 Exam Question 1
A company's virtualization environment contains servers that run Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-v and other servers that run VMware. You manage the Hyper-V environment by using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2008 R2 SP1. You manage the VMware vSphere 4 environment by using VMware vCenter. You need to manage the VMware hosts by using VMM. What should you do?
A. Add the vCenter server to VMM.
B. Move the VMware host to a host group.
C. Add a Library Server to VMM.
D. Perform a virtual-to-virtual (V2V) migration of the VMware VMs Answer: A
Add the VirtualCenter or vCenter Server To integrate a VMware infrastructure into your VMM-managed virtualized environment, begin by adding your VMware VirtualCenter or vCenter server to VMM. When you add a VirtualCenter or vCenter server, VMM discovers all ESX(i) Server hosts and clusters that the VirtualCenter or vCenter server is managing and adds the objects to VMM. Important. You cannot manage a VirtualCenter or vCenter server using more than one VMM server. If you add the VirtualCenter or vCenter server to more than one instance of VMM, VMM creates a duplicate object for each VMware virtual machine, with the duplicate virtual machine permanently in a Missing state. To add the VirtualCenter or vCenter server, use the Add VMware VirtualCenter server action, which is available in all views of the VMM Administrator Console. You must provide VirtualCenter or vCenter administrator's credentials.