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Hello Experts,

I know for a fact that the prefer and supported Hypervisor to host and allow self services for VMs is Microsoft HyperV, but also I was told that is possible to implement VMware and allow self service VMs provisioning in Azure.

So, from a network, infrastructure, application point of view what needs to be done to integrate an existing Infrastructure into a Hybrid AD-Azure organization to allow self service provisioning of VMs and other virtual resources

Please, indicate high level steps and also details to accomplish this approach
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First, not only Microsoft Hyper-V offers self service portal for request virtual machines. VMware offers the same functionality with vRealize Automation, see: http://www.vmware.com/products/vrealize-automation.html

Anyway, about the Microsoft offer of self service capability, that includes hybrid cloud, you should take a look at System Center App Controller, and for a step by step guide, take a look here: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/kevinremde/2013/01/13/step-by-step-connecting-system-center-2012-app-controller-to-windows-azure-part-12-of-31/
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