n the previous installment of my series about configuring theCisco UCS B-Series blade servers and chassis, we finally got toconfigure the necessary pools in order to start creating service profiles, which is what I’ll cover in this article.
You can think of a service profile as the personality that gets assigned to the server. It will dictate how many vNICs or vHBAs a server gets, BIOS settings, security settings, and essentially anything you can think of that would apply to a server. Read a full description of service profiles in the Cisco UCS documentation.
We’ll spend most of our time in the Servers tab. We’ll start with creating a service profile template.
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