Getting started with Project Honolulu – Part2: Managing Servers

Project Honolulu is all about Server Management! With Project Honolulu you can manage three types of systems:

  • Standalone Servers (Server Manager in the menus)
  • Failover Clusters (Failover Cluster Manager in the menus)
  • Hyper-Converged Clusters (Hyper-Converged Cluster Manager in the menus)

As already discussed in the previous post, there are a lot of tasks that can be executed on a remote managed server with Project Honolulu. Tasks such as Disk Management, Firewall Management, Certificate Stores, File Operations, Virtual Machine Administration and one of the most and not least important, resource monitoring and utilization!

 

The video below will quickly guide you through the process of adding and managing standalone servers with Project Honolulu.

More posts on Project Honolulu:

Stay tuned for the next series of this post!

Thanks for reading!

George Markou

My Name is George Markou, IT Pro, Geek and Fancy Gadgets enthusiast. I am focused on Virtualization and Cloud Technologies.

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