To get started quickly with vCommander, here are the main tasks:
A managed system is a VMware vCenter server, a Microsoft SCVMM server, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account, or a Microsoft Azure subscription.
You should have an understanding of vCommander Access Control before you continue.
See also the Knowledge Base article Understanding the vCommander Ecosystem.
Now you're ready to configure the service request process.
See also the Knowledge Base article System and Browser Settings.
Our Cloud Cost Optimization video shows how vCommander features such as power scheduling, rightsizing and reporting help you reduce your public cloud bill.
The vCommander Private Cloud Quickstart video covers the basic Getting Started tasks.
Other videos cover tasks such as VM naming and reporting.
Go to our Technical Support Knowledge Base to find articles designed to assist users and administrators during each stage of your engagement:
Log in to the Support website to download all of our documentation in PDF format.
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