Learn how to deploy a software-defined network in a Windows Server 2016 environment using the virtual switches and routers from Microsoft.
- [Robert] Hi, I'm Robert McMillen. Software defined networking is a new way to segment traffic between virtual machines and networks. Instead of using traditional hardware routing and switching, Microsoft has added virtual switches and routers, which speed up server and switching deployment. This saves time and money on hardware and labor. In this course, you'll learn how to deploy software defined networking. There are many parts to this type of setup that can be deployed using an automated script or manually in system center.
We use both Powershell and system center virtual machine manager to get the job done. There are many ways to deploy software defined networking that we will discuss and explore. I look forward to showing them to you in this course. Let's get started with Server 2016 Software Defined Networking Deployment.
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