Review key concepts and tasks that can prepare you to become a software-defined networking administrator.
- 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 and routing, 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 be a Software Defined Network Administrator. You'll learn how to read job logs, troubleshoot deployment issues, upload and customize scripts, link logical switches to physical ones, and more.
You'll also learn how to manage and deploy clusters from Virtual Machine Manager. There are many ways to deploy Software Defined Networking that we will discuss and explore. This course also demonstrates adding high availability gateways. I look forward to showing all of this to you, and more, in my course Windows Server 2016: Software Defined Networking Administration.
Note: This course is the second of two that cover SDN in a Server 2016 network. This course maps to the SDN deployment objectives in Exam 70-745.
- Determining usage scenarios
- Virtual Machine Manager
- Downloading a service template for the HA gateway
- Copying and importing a script to a library
- Creating a Scale-Out File Server
- Creating a cluster
- Configuring deployment
- Navigating to the job status logs
- Accessing deployment log files