Documentation

1. Overview
    1.1. What is VMware Solution by CloudSimple
    1.2. Key concepts for administration
2. Quickstart
    2.1. Network planning
    2.2. Initialize and provision capacity
    2.3. Configure Private Cloud environment
    2.4. Create VMware VM on Private Cloud
    2.5. Consume VMware VMs on Azure
3. Concepts
    3.1. Service
    3.2. Nodes
    3.3. Private cloud
    3.4. Virtual machines
    3.5. VLANs and subnets
    3.6. Firewall tables
    3.7. VPN gateways
    3.8. Public IP
    3.9. Azure network connection
    3.10. Account management
    3.11. Activity management
    3.12. VMware on Private Cloud
    3.13. Security overview
    3.14. Node quota
    3.15. Maintenance and updates
    3.16. FAQ
4. Tutorials
    4.1. Create the CloudSimple service
    4.2. Access the CloudSimple portal
    4.3. On-premises firewall configuration
    4.4. Access vSphere client
    4.5. Manage nodes
        4.5.1. Provision nodes
        4.5.2. Delete nodes
    4.6. Manage Private Cloud resources
        4.6.1. Create a Private Cloud
        4.6.2. Manage your Private Clouds
        4.6.3. Expand a Private Cloud
        4.6.4. Shrink a Private Cloud
        4.6.5. Map your Azure subscription
        4.6.6. Escalate privileges
        4.6.7. Delete a Private Cloud
    4.7. Monitor CloudSimple activity
    4.8. Set up Private Cloud networking
        4.8.1. Create and manage VLANs and subnets
        4.8.2. Set up firewall tables and rules
        4.8.3. Allocate public IP addresses
        4.8.4. Set up VPN connections
        4.8.5. Virtual network connection to CloudSimple
    4.9. Manage CloudSimple portal accounts
        4.9.1. View the account summary
        4.9.2. View the users list
    4.10. Set up CloudSimple virtual machines
        4.10.1. Create a CloudSimple VM in Azure
        4.10.2. Manage CloudSimple VMs in Azure
5. How-to guides
    5.1. Secure your environment
    5.2. Private cloud management
        5.2.1. Escalate Private Cloud privileges
        5.2.2. Workload DNS and DHCP setup
        5.2.3. Migrate workloads using Layer 2 stretched networks
    5.3. Private cloud networking
        5.3.1. VPN connection to Private Cloud
        5.3.2. On-premises network connection with ExpressRoute
        5.3.3. Azure virtual network connection with ExpressRoute
        5.3.4. Configure DNS name resolution
        5.3.5. Configure highly available Site-to-Site VPN connections
        5.3.6. Private Cloud DNS configuration to on premises
    5.4. VMware platform
        5.4.1. Learn Private Cloud permission model
        5.4.2. vCenter identity sources
        5.4.3. Azure Application Gateway with VMware VMs
        5.4.4. Configure Private Cloud vCenter server as vRealize automation endpoint
        5.4.5. Migrating workload VMs to a Private Cloud
        5.4.6. Migration using Azure Data Box
        5.4.7. Ensuring Application high availability in VMware on Azure
        5.4.8. Choose a load balancing solution
    5.5. VMware ecosystem
        5.5.1. Back up workload virtual machines
        5.5.2. Configure Private Cloud as disaster recovery site using Zerto
        5.5.3. Configure Private Cloud as disaster recovery site using VMware SRM
        5.5.4. VMware Horizon solution guide
        5.5.5. Configure vSAN encryption for your Private Cloud
        5.5.6. Optimize your Private Cloud for Oracle RAC
    5.6. Azure Core Integration
        5.6.1. Azure AD identity source on Private Cloud vCenter
        5.6.2. On-premises network connection with ExpressRoute
        5.6.3. Azure Virtual network connection with ExpressRoute