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Tech Tuesday #14 - Configuring cloud and on-premise with Hybr

Tech Tuesday #14 - Configuring cloud and on-premise with Hybr

Author: Anonym/Saturday, September 21, 2019/Categories: Microsoft Azure Stack, Products, Hybr, VConnect, Tech Tuesday

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In previous Tech Tuesday #13 we discussed on Top 14 benefits of CSP users using Hybr. The Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) helps in going beyond license reselling and delivers the best tailor-made cloud solution that perfectly fits any customer's needs. 

In this episode, Cloud Assert Software Engineer Ms. Lakshana will brief us about Hybrid cloud management. She also explains about how Hybr manages an on-premise public and private cloud and how to configure Azure cloud with Hybr.  For this let's get started with VConnect. Once VConnect is selected you can find Azure, Azure Stack, AWS, and on-premises VCenter, System Center etc. Then by creating AWS connection with Connection name, AWS Access Key ID, VPC ID, Subnet ID, and Region an AWS connection will be successfully created with Hybr. Similarly, Azure, Azure Stack, and on-premises connections can be also be created.  

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Once an On-premises connection such as VCenter is successfully created, in Action tab you will find multiple options such as Discover, Edit, Sync and delete. A sync is a unique option with just a single click it will enable the user to manage the data-centers or existing VMs in Virtual Machines Tab.  Kindly watch the full video for a better understanding. We address most of our customer's queries or clarifications. So feel free to contact us if you have any other queries to


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