In this video, learn about how software defined networks can use the directions of data to create a North, South, East-West path to cause more efficient data packet traversal.
- [Instructor] A big part of software-defined networking…and certification testing has to do…with which direction data is flowing.…As you can see in the graphic, we have…three different types of directions.…We have northbound, southbound, and east and west…are both equal when it comes to data direction.…Let's talk about what this means.…Let's start with the northbound interface.…When we talk about northbound traffic,…we talk about traffic to the internet…and to other computers in your network.…
North dataflow is used by the network controller…to communicate with your LAN, WAN, and the internet.…This is the majority of your network communications,…and covers connectivity between your servers…and your clients.…The north-bound interface, as well as the other interfaces,…are not physical interfaces.…This is a concept of which way your data is flowing.…The second direction would be the southbound interface.…And this is used by the network controller…to communicate with your software-defined network, or SDN.…
When we create multiple network controllers,…
Note: This course is the first of two that will cover SDN in a Server 2016 network. This course maps to the SDN deployment objectives in Exam 70-745.
- Planning an SDN
- Configuring a Hyper-V switch
- Creating network objects in Virtual Machine Manager
- Creating IP pools and VM networks
- Creating logical switches and uplink ports
- Configuring an edge gateway
- Creating multitenant VMs