Working with virtual datacenters

A virtual datacenter is a logical grouping of compute and storage resources allocated from one or more migration zones and one or more storage pools.

In ThinkAgile CP, the virtual datacenter is the ultimate organizing construct to manage allocations. Infrastructure admin users can create specific datacenters for users that include the precise allocation of compute, storage, and network resources they need. Your users can allocate storage and create as many applications as they need without assistance from a storage or virtualization administrator.

VM instances are deployed in virtual datacenters, and a virtual datacenter must have both compute and storage allocations before it can be used to deploy instances.

For additional information about virtual datacenters, see the following topic:

Virtual datacenters