Windows Server 2016: Software Defined Networking Administration
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 1:08:13 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 192.1 MB
Software-defined networking (SDN)-a way to segment traffic between networks and virtual machines-is a key concept in server administration, networking administration, cloud computing, and data center management. This course covers key concepts and tasks that can prepare you to become a software-defined networking administrator. Instructor Robert McMillen begins by providing an introduction to software-defined networks, and sharing how Virtual Machine Manager is used to configure SDN. He then dives into preparing the environments, including how to prepare logical networks and how to copy and import a script to a library in Virtual Machine Manager. He also shares how to add a cluster, configure deployment, and troubleshoot deployment issues.
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
Navigating to the job status logs
Accessing deployment log files