Join Scott M Burrell for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should already know, part of Windows Server 2016: Advanced Networking Features.
- [Instructor] I wanted to take just a moment to cover a few things that will help you get the most out of this course. This course on advanced topics is presented with the expectation that you have a solid foundation in networking generally, and in Hyper-V virtualization with Windows Server. I anticipate that you have a working knowledge of the OSI model and the types of information that are manipulated and evaluated at the lower levels especially. Similarly, an understanding of TCP/IP, including the significance of subnets will be helpful as we discuss these virtual network roles and features.
All of the virtual machines that you're going to see are Windows Server 2016 Datacenter Edition, because data centers are where much of this technology is deployed, and that is the edition of Windows Server required for many of these features. I'm pretty excited to be exploring these topics with you, so let's get started.
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Configuring a network interface controller team
- Switching embedded teaming
- Remote enabled direct memory access NICs
- Configuring virtual machine queue
- Enabling and configuring SR-IOV
- Understanding software-defined networks (SDN)
- Reviewing SDN network requirements and deployment scenarios
Skill Level Intermediate
1. High-Performance Network Interfaces
2. High-Performance SMB Environments
3. High-Performance Virtual Networks
4. Software-Defined Networks
5. Software-Defined Virtual Networks
6. Gateways and Firewalls
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