Windows Admin Center is a new administration and management interface for Windows Server and Windows 10.
Some features like SDN do not have a free admin console for administration outside the Windows Admin Center.
If you want to see virtual machine administration through this interface, I invite you to read the following tutorial: Windows Admin Center: Create a virtual machine on a Hyper-V host.
Add the Hyperconverged cluster
Before you can administer the hyperconverged cluster, it is necessary to add a resource on it. On a cluster node open a PowerShell command prompt and enter:
Add-ClusterResourceType -Name "SDDC Management" -dll "$env:SystemRoot\Cluster\sddcres.dll" -DisplayName "SDDC Management"
If the resource is not added here is the error that will be displayed:
Most of the administration elements are in two parts, the first one summarizes a set of information on the state and the performances and the second part Inventory makes it possible to list the elements and their administration.
On the list of available connections, click on the hyperconvened cluster to access the details.
The summary displays an overview of the status of all virtual machines with a CPU / RAM resource consumption below … The inventory part allows management with the administration including the addition and removal of virtual machines.
On the first capture, we can see that a hard disk is reserved by server as spare.
Windows Admin Center is an essential tool for administering the new features offered by Windows Server 2016 and 2019 when you do not have System Center console.