- Hyper-V Virtual Switch
- HTTPS v2
- Cubic and Ledbat
- Kubernetes support
- Azure network adapter
- Configuring NIC teams
- Virtual networks
- Software Defined Networking (SDN)
- Firewalls and security
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] Having advanced networking skills can get you the IT job you've been looking for. If you've been wondering and dreaming about a career in IT, using Windows operating systems, yet wanting to understand how to network and secure virtual and physical computers then you need to watch this course. In this course I discuss and demonstrate high performance networking with Hyper-V and physical hosts. There are many new features and improvements to existing ones that you need to know in Windows Server 2019. You'll discover NIC teaming, ultra fast SMB communications. Linking VPN to Microsoft Azure. Software defined networking, GRE tunnels, load balancing, iSCSI, and awesome ICMP tools that you can learn how to use in new and interesting ways. My name is Robert McMillen, I'm a Microsoft trainer and solutions expert. I invite you to join me to learn how to do all these skills and more in my course Windows Server 2019: Advanced Networking Features.
Azure Administration Essential Trainingwith David Elfassy2h 45m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Networking Conceptswith David Elfassy1h 54m Intermediate
Windows Server 2019: High Availabilitywith Robert McMillen2h 1m Intermediate
1. Advanced Networking Introduction
2. Windows Server 2019 Networking Advanced Enhancements
3. High-Performance Interfaces
4. High-Performance Environments
5. Virtual Networks
6. Software Defined Networks
7. Firewalls and Security
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