TechNet Radio - Networking Configurations for Hyper-V over SMB in Windows Server 2012 R2

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Dan Stolts and Jose Barreto are back and in this episode they discuss networking configurations for Hyper-V over SMB in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2. Tune in as they chat about how networks should be configured as well as provide several scenarios and best practices.

  • [2:21] Let’s do a quick recap of SMB and what Hyper-V over SMB is
  • [4:59] How do we configure the network for Hyper-V over SMB?
  • [10:14] Can we piggy back roles onto a small number of networks?
  • [15:00] Do we have to use RDMA nics? if we do have them, should we use them?  What are the most important components to use RDMA if we are limited to the number of RDMA nics we have?
  • [19:12]  How does Quality of Service play in the networking configuration?
  • [27:40]  What are the different types of RDMA nics and what do each do?
  • [31:36]  What best practices can you share with us?

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