2.12 Virtual Networking Part 12

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let me bring that appear. Okay, So
hyper V server
versus Client Hyper V.
Uh, let me have a look here and she'd die. Skipped A All I have I do apologise. I've totally skipped a slight. I don't know how I did that. Let me jump back.
We got this one,
client Hyper V. Yeah. Okay, so little technical glitch There, guys, I do apologise, client hyper V.
This is the easiest one
again. It's absolutely free.
The key difference with this client hyper V,
is that it only comes with Windows 8.1 of Windows 10. So if you're sat on one of these machines right now watching this, this stream or this is where you work on a daily basis,
it's actually built into the operating system, and you can install it. This is what we're gonna be working with next week, guys. So you might want to have a look into this. If you do want to run it side by side,
it only comes with the profession.
education versions of Windows A one of Windows 10. So keep that in mind if you have a home edition. I'm really sorry.
Let's just mess around with your own son books,
but great home. Additional covered.
Do you have to have 64 operating system? I don't think anyone is running a 640.1 or Windows 10 generally is gonna be converted to anymore, but that's just something to keep in mind as well.
So with that being said, now we go to slide that I wanted to show the
hyper V the features of severe only available on Windows Server that these features are. Basically, you will only get these features
if you're on Windows Server.
So if I apply in hyper V, you won't be seen life migration of virtual machines from one host to another. If you have two servers in a cluster both working together and communicated, you can right click and virtual machine and go move it to the other machine on the cluster without interrupting the machine. In its life state. It's really handy,
actually, if you want to work on a servant without messing up
the environment for people while they're at work. Very, very handy environment to have
and I use on a daily basis
every anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes.
The heart, the virtual machine will send a copy of itself or the latest
incremental copy of itself to another server in the cluster and say, Guys, keep this copy of myself just in case something happens to me. It's almost like a very quick backup system s. So it means that you can If what if this server goes wrong or you know
anything happens, you could jump over, tell the servants they write, fail over to this version while I figure out what just happened over here. And it means that the loss of service is minimal. It does require by default that you need to manually fail over.
But you can also get scripts, which are a bit more advanced, their power chef scripts, which do what's called a heartbeat
on it in check. And if that survey is working correctly, it will automatically turn on the fail over served for you so you can get script that run in the background and do that. But otherwise, if you don't run the script, it's manual, you go. There's a problem. Turn the other server on.
So yes, that's that's what Replica does as well
virtual fiber channels. So it's basically like you would see in real life if you were in the enterprise environment. We have fiber channels for different storage attached networks and things like that. You can create virtual fiber channels as well. Who are you to feed out to all your V ems using that fibre channel itself?
Um, then you have an interesting one. S. R i O v. Networking.
This stands for single root input output. Virtual ization.
That's its most basic level. This is where you share
networking to face cards without needing to pass through the host operating system.
So it's massively fast. It's hugely efficient. And if you can have this turned on on what? I'm actually gonna show you this in future. Siri's, we're gonna show you how S R. O. V engages on DDE what it does in far more detail effectively.
But it is a massive piece of technology,
and it means that the data that being transferred doesn't need to pass through a virtual environment before you need to. Actually, before the date,
so to speak. It's anywhere up to about. I think it's a anywhere from about 6 to 60 tons faster
in terms of data transfer, just sheer efficiency. The resource level is minimal. If you got S r i o v engaged as well,
then we have shared Bhd exits. So this means that you can have multiple machines accessing the same virtual hard disk
dot ph. D. X is just the extension that's used as a funding for the virtual hard disks on the network VH DX is The newer version has just got an X on the end. If you see Dr th e, that's the older one.
Actually, if you've got an older one, you probably want to change it into a new one where possible there are conversion tools that allow you to do that. Well,
that's something to keep in mind. But you can actually connect one hardest on multiple machines really handy if you want to have, like a shared V HDX that has a file servant running with all the files in it, and you want to then connect it as a hard drive link total. The V EMS that uses air, then running on their little
if you see those wise network terminals, you're not actually running a machine. You're connecting to a virtual machine.
That's where you would use this kind of environments. Quite nice. Handy one. Or if you want to share data between service, you go right, please. On all service under the zed drive or whatever it might be.
So hyper V features only available in Windows 10
quick create and the VM Gallery. Now, also going to do this, actually, but I'm gonna show this anyway, so I'm gonna jump back to my manager
and up here on my This is my my physical host server that I'm on now. So I'm running this on deadpool. As I discussed earlier,
I'm a huge marvel fan, so
please don't judge. I don't really like d. C.
I know I said it. I'm not a family Batman.
Just saying,
uh, So what you do is right. Click on the actual serve itself, and you've got the quick create option here. So when you click it,
this pops up. Now, this is really, really cool. It's still kind of fledgling on being developed, but this allows you to almost instantly build either a Windows 10 development environment
or on a boon to a moment. It's just a bun, too.
environment that you can then boot straight away and you can see down here. It tells you how big the download is. It will literally go off, grab the operating system, create the virtual machine and put the operating system on it for you. Nice quick, easy system. You will only get this in the Windows 10 version of client hyper V.
You won't find this on the server
mainly because if you're on a server doing this, you're not gonna use quick create. You really want to control it. But this is what he does. And then when you click more options, you can name the device and you can also hook it to a network or tell it that you don't want it to be on a note, and then you just hit the create virtual machine bottom.
If you do have other operating systems as well, you can hit local installation source and choose it here.
And then you can tell it if the virtual machine is gonna run windows and if it's not, you can take that, and it will then remove secure boot. And then you have to go in and change that. If you wanted to engage that security section that we discussed earlier.
The key thing here is that under the installation source, you can see here you can also engage on ice so image or a virtual hard this either first or second. Gen hard disks on this so you don't have to have on Microsoft to get more into the idea of this. Now
it doesn't have to be an ice, so it can be a V H D on their RV HDs available to download from Microsoft, where you just go. That's gonna plug this into my network and just have it turned on. There's no set up involved. Nothing. You just go click and it's on it boots as if it was always there in the first place. Really, really handy to have.
So that's the quick create section. I just wanted to kind of give you an overview of that.
All right, so let's jump back across here. There we go.
All right, So the last part is the default network Now, you saw it when I was picking on those options for the network. There you have no network and default. Network default network is at its very core. And that switch now Net is network allocation table. What this means is
the default network. If you choose, it, will instantly give that virtual machine
access to anywhere in the world through your Internet connection. However you got that configured so it lets that machine act as if it's already on the network and up and running. It's a nice, quick, easy system, probably not something you might use in an enterprise environment, Which is why default network is only on Windows 10 on not window server.
But it just allows you to get things up and running nice and quickly.
No messing around with virtual networks. That being said, next session, we're gonna build our own virtual network. We're not going to use the default network. So I'm gonna show you a ll those different really cool features of how you can set up the network itself,
all right. And that's pretty much it. The differences between hyper v server replying hyper V. So the bottom ones a client. The top ones are server, so you could see the reason why server has a lot more available to it on why you would want to use it in general.
But those 10 has some really cool stuff to just kind of get you up from running nice and quickly. You're not really messing around too much with a lot of settings and buttons.
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