The VMware Cloud Foundation Overview and Bring-Up Guide provides an overview of the VMware Cloud Foundation product and its components and describes the steps for setting up and configuring a Cloud Foundation system.
The VMware Cloud Foundation Overview and Bring-Up Guide is intended for data center cloud administrators who deploy a Cloud Foundation system in their organization's data center. The information in this guide is written for experienced data center cloud administrators who are familiar with:
Concepts of virtualization and software-defined data centers
Networking and concepts such as uplinks, NICs, and IP networks
Hardware components such as top-of-rack (ToR) switches, inter-rack switches, servers with direct attached storage, cables, and power supplies
Methods for setting up physical racks in your data center
Using the VMware vSphere® Web Client™ to work with virtual machines
The Administering VMware Cloud Foundation contains detailed information about how to administer and operate a Cloud Foundation system in your data center.
Your Cloud Foundation system includes various VMware software products and components. You can find the documentation for those VMware software products at docs.vmware.com.
Cloud Foundation Glossary
The Cloud Foundation Glossary defines terms specific to Cloud Foundation.