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Creating Dev-Test Groups for Amazon Virtual Labs

You must use Dev-Test groups to set up Amazon Virtual Labs.

Before You Begin

Procedure

  1. In the CommCell Browser, expand Dev-Test & DR, right-click Dev-Test Groups and then click New Group.

    The Dev-Test Group dialog box appears.

  2. On the Enter the Group Name and Description page, name the group, type a description, and then click Next.
  3. On the Select Client page, select the Amazon Virtualization clients that you want to use as live mounts in the virtual lab:
    1. From the Available list, select one or more clients, and then click Add to add them to the Selected list.
    2. Click Next.
  4. On the Select Machines page, select the client machines that you want to include:
    1. The Place Machines in Isolated Network option is selected automatically.
    2. From the Source list, select Templates.
    3. From the Policy list, select an Amazon Virtual Lab policy.
    4. From the VM Template list, select one or more clients.
    5. Optional: Include all client machines. Select Select All.
    6. Click Next.
  5. On the Virtual Lab Configuration page, configure settings for the virtual lab:
    1. To power on VMs as soon as they are created, select Power On VMs.
    2. In the Virtual Machine list under Priority, for each VM in the app, select the order in which you want the VM to power on.
    3. To configure post-processing operations for a VM, under Settings, click Configure:
      • To execute custom scripts after the VM is created, in the Post Operation Process box, specify the location of the script file.
      • To enter a set of credentials for logging on to the computer where the script file is located, click Configure, enter the user name and password, and then click OK.
      • Click OK to close the Live Mount Configure Options dialog box.
    4. To configure post-processing operations for multiple VMs, press Ctrl and select each VM you want to use:
      1. Right-click the VMs and click Configure.

        The Live Mount Configure Options dialog box appears.

      2. In the Post Operation Process box, specify the location of the script file.
      3. Click OK to close the Live Mount Configure Options dialog box.
    5. To continue creating VMs according to priority settings after a VM fails to build, select Continue validating VMs after a failure.
    6. To configure the time period to wait before building the next VM according to priority, next to Priority Interval, type or select the number of minutes.
    7. Click Next.
  6. On the Summary page, click Finish.

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Last modified: 6/19/2019 2:05:13 PM