Learn by example as we show you scenarios that will help you design converged network implementations in Hyper-V hosts.
Find out how to design converged networks, including considering physical storage, bandwidth, hardware, and more!
Learn to use a previously created QoS-enabled virtual switch to implement converged networks using virtual NICs in this quick guide.
Learn the best practices behind creating a converged network using a Windows Server 2012 NIC team – and then connect to a virtual switch.
In this overview, learn how converged networks are an economical, easy to deploy, and flexible option – and what features make converged networks possible.
See how businesses are modernizing their IT infrastructure with HCI and the hybrid cloud to make for a more stable computing environment.
Learn all about the new networking improvements in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5.
Understand how Windows Server Containers will be connected to the network via a virtual switch, using NAT and DHCP.
A common cause of network-related crashes and performance issues on Hyper-V is VMQ. Find out why you should disable VMQ on all of your 1 GbE NICs.
Aidan Finn serves up a number of tips to help you with troubleshooting Hyper-V networking issues in Windows Server Hyper-V and Windows client Hyper-V.
Learn when you may want to use the Hyper-V protected network feature to protect virtual machines connected to your physical network when there’s an unexpected network outage.
Discover how disks, networks, servers, and Storage Bricks play a part in designing a SOFS in part 2 of this series.
Want improved networking performance? Check out this article about hardware offloads in Hyper-V and Windows Server.