In this video, learn of other scenarios where you can use software defined networking. Although you used the example of an RAS Gateway for multitenant separation, there are other scenarios where SDN can assist you in keeping virtual networks secure.
- [Narrator] In our Software-Defined Networking course,…we described the RAS Gateway Service…that we set up using multiple hosts.…But there's lots of other different types…of scenarios for software-defined networking.…Let's take a look at what some of those could be.…We could've set up the Load Balancer.…If we did that, it would look something like this.…You have two servers, and you have a client,…and our servers and client,…instead of using physical switches,…are now using software-defined virtual switches.…
And these virtual switches take the place…of those physical switches,…whereas before we might've used VLANs.…Now we can actually use virtual switches…to do the VLANing for us.…And you see the client on the left…with its own virtual switch.…The client does not need to be in this scenario.…The client could be out on the internet…connecting through the firewall to the load balancer…through the virtual switches and onto the servers…in those various layers.…The client could also be a physical computer…in the LAN itself.…
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