SCVMM is capable of managing Hyper-V, VMware and Citrix virtualization hosts and the entire virtualization stack in a production environment. While SCVMM provides greater flexibility when it comes to management, it can also add complexity.
In a large production environment, for example, you might have different IT teams looking after different aspects of virtualization. Some IT admins might just be responsible for managing a group of VMs in one location, and another group of IT admins for managing configuration in SCVMM. Similarly, you might want a group of IT workers to be responsible for adding and managing Windows Server Update Services servers in SCVMM. Luckily, there are SCVMM user roles to help define this organizational structure.
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