Microsoft 2015 Network Infrastructure Lab Manual
AbeBooks.com: Exam 70-642 Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration, Lab Manual (141) by Microsoft Official Academic Course and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. [August 2015] Lab Management was introduced. What we tried to do with network isolation in lab. Ship Lab Center as part of Microsoft. Network Controller provides information about the network infrastructure, including both virtual and physical infrastructure, to the Management Tool, and makes configuration changes according to the Administrator’s actions when using the tool. Updated: April 27, 2016. Applies To: Windows Server Technical Preview. New in Windows Server® 2016 Technical Preview, Network Controller provides a centralized, programmable point of automation to manage, configure, monitor, and troubleshoot virtual and physical network infrastructure in your datacenter.
Published: August 20, 2015 Updated: April 27, 2016 Applies To: Windows Server Technical Preview New in Windows Server® 2016 Technical Preview, Network Controller provides a centralized, programmable point of automation to manage, configure, monitor, and troubleshoot virtual and physical network infrastructure in your datacenter. Using Network Controller, you can automate the configuration of network infrastructure instead of performing manual configuration of network devices and services. Note In addition to this topic, the following Network Controller documentation is available.
• • • • • System Center Virtual Machine Manager Engineering Blog post This topic contains the following sections. Network Controller is a highly available and scalable server role, and provides one application programming interface (API) that allows Network Controller to communicate with the network, and a second API that allows you to communicate with Network Controller. 95 F150 Manual Transmission Removal.
You can deploy Network Controller in both domain and non-domain environments. In domain environments, Network Controller authenticates users and network devices by using Kerberos; in non-domain environments, you must deploy certificates for authentication. Network Controller communicates with network devices, services, and components by using the Southbound API. With the Southbound API, Network Controller can discover network devices, detect service configurations, and gather all of the information you need about the network. In addition, the Southbound API gives Network Controller a pathway to send information to the network infrastructure, such as configuration changes that you have made. The Network Controller Northbound API provides you with the ability to gather network information from Network Controller and use it to monitor and configure the network. The Network Controller Northbound API allows you to configure, monitor, troubleshoot, and deploy new devices on the network by using Windows PowerShell, the Representational State Transfer (REST) API, or a management application with a graphical user interface, such as System Center Virtual Machine Manager.
Note The Network Controller Northbound API is implemented as a REST interface. You can manage your datacenter network with Network Controller by using management applications, such as System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM), and System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), because Network Controller allows you to configure, monitor, program, and troubleshoot the network infrastructure under its control. Using Windows PowerShell, the REST API, or a management application, you can use Network Controller to manage the following physical and virtual network infrastructure: • Hyper-V VMs and virtual switches • Datacenter Firewall • Remote Access Service (RAS) Multitenant Gateways, Virtual Gateways, and gateway pools • Load Balancers In the following illustration, an Administrator uses a Management Tool that interacts directly with Network Controller. Network Controller provides information about the network infrastructure, including both virtual and physical infrastructure, to the Management Tool, and makes configuration changes according to the Administrator’s actions when using the tool. If you are deploying Network Controller in a test lab environment, you can run the Network Controller server role on a single physical server (without using Hyper-V) or on a Hyper-V virtual machine (VM) that is installed on a Hyper-V host. For high availability in larger datacenters, you can deploy a cluster by using either three physical servers (without Hyper-V) or by using three VMs that are installed on three Hyper-V hosts. The following Network Controller features allow you to configure and manage virtual and physical network devices and services.