Virtual infrastructure using Microsoft technologies

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Supervisor:
Oláh István
Department of Automation and Applied Informatics

Taking advantage of oppurtunities given by technological innovation and varied business needs, system operation engineers can provide complex and rapid services that meet enterprise requirements. Most of todays informatical systems are implemented utilizing both public and private cloud infrastructure - called hybrid cloud - to provide flexible and scalable solutions. To configure and manage these systems it is necessary to use comprehensive control tools that are able to adapt to varied needs and flexible resource requirements. It is advisable to adjust to the latest trends as they provide high availability solutions, thus cost-efficiency can be achived.

Operating systems, platforms and applications provided by Microsoft offer hybrid cloud capabilities with respect to varied business needs. These up-to-date products and services support on-premises to cloud migrations that lead to flexible, scalable and reliable information systems. Microsoft provides unique and consistent solutions including Windows Server 2016, System Center 2016 and Azure to manage private, public and hybrid clouds. The thesis describes the configuration steps of a virtual infrastructure implementation using Microsoft products. Following the implementation of the test scenario, the users of the enterprise will be provided IaaS cloud services, that run on a fully private backend infrastructure. The user activities are supported using various custom subscriptions that can keep utilized resources within limits defined by administrators. After the task completion the users will be able to create and manage virtual objects in a private infrastructure without administrator intervention.

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