Setting up BMC Server Automation for virtual environments

The topics listed in the following table provide instructions for setting up BMC Server Automation to manage a variety of virtual environments.

Note

These topics assume that you already have an Application Server installed and configured, and have a console installed pointing to that Application Server.

Task Reference
Review the deployment considerations before you use BMC Server Automation to manage a virtual environment Deployment considerations
Before you use the BMC Server Automation Console to manage a virtual environment, distribute the appropriate configuration objects to the target platform Distributing configuration objects
Set up a VMware vSphere environment in BMC Server Automation Setting up a VMware vSphere environment
Set up a Solaris Zones environment in BMC Server Automation Setting up a Solaris Zones environment
Set up an IBM PowerVM environment in BMC Server Automation Setting up an IBM PowerVM environment
Set up a Microsoft Hyper-V environment in BMC Server Automation Setting up a Microsoft Hyper-V environment
Set up Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) environments in BMC Server Automation Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environments
Set up a Citrix XenServer environment in BMC Server Automation Setting up a Citrix XenServer environment
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