So from the ESXi Service profile you can crate a template form that service profile and you can create really fast service profiles as long as they are similar SP's. For instance ESXi SP Template or a Windows 2008/2013 Server Template. You can also Clone a SP from another SP as well.
These will be determined by the the NIC Adapter and HBA policies for each individual OS.
Once you created the SP's from the temp you will not be able to go into each SP and make changes, however you'll be able to make changes to the template itself
You can unbind the SP from the updating template with the following:
Now after you click this, you'll be able to make changes directly to the SP.
In the example the SP's have already been associated with blades that where from the server pools
The FSM is the Finite Sate Machine that show the the process of the blade being associated with the Service Profile. You can also disassociate the SP with the blade and manually assign it to another blade
You can KVM to the device and after a few boot cycles it will show the IOSLINUX image being loaded
From the KVM window you would pick the Virtual Media tab and map a Virtual CD drive that has the ESXi installer.
You may have to reboot the server as the CD is mapped and hit the F6 Boot Menu form the BIOS and enter the CD setup.
You'll see the following
After the installer package unpacks all the contents of the file, you'll have to choose a disk to install the Hypervisor. You can install to a local disk, or a SAN disk device. If you have a SAN Disk device you have to make sure that the proper zoning is configured on your MDS switches.
ESXi will will ask for what keyboard layout you want to use and root password.
You'll see the VMWare status for the installation if it was able to write to the drive.
After this is done assuming you have Layer 3 connectivity you can go to your desktop and download the VSphere client.
On your desktop install the application and run VSphere Client
Through this GUI Mgmt. you would create all of your LAN and Settings for that particular VMWare host
Click on Properties
Here is shows the purpose of the vnmics Mgmt. vSwitch
Only use Route based on the origination virtual port ID. Click okay and you'll now see the following.
It added the second vmmic to the mgmt. network.
Next click on Add Networking to create another vSwitch
Choose vmmc 2 and 3 and click next...
You'll now see the vSwitch, click on Properties, and edit the vSwitch
Click Add Networking again to create the last vSwtich for the Virtual Machines
Check the Storage Adapters settings.
Look at the Storage section for the Data Store...
Use template for the VCenter
You would next setup the second VMWare host with the same vSwtiches that correspond to the vSwtiches. You would want to rename the datastore on VMWare host two to DataStore2.
Hint: If you want to use the same ISO file, you may run into issues if you use the same ISO file, you can just make a copy of the file as name it as v2 and you'll be able to install tow instances of VMWare as the same time.