That's a conspiracy theory.
This is the second week I've got peanut M and ends in my
It's not wrong. Either Eminem's is playing with me or something weird is going on.
Hello, everyone. How you doing? How is everyone on this third week of this Siri's?
My name is Chris D'Amico. I am your host.
I'm gonna be taking you through this. We're gonna be learning about hyper V.
We're going through the fundamentals. If you haven't joined us before,
Please take a seat. Grab a drink. Get note pad.
What we're gonna be working on today is virtual Networks were gonna be looking at them in detail. We're gonna be looking at the capabilities off switch is what you can do with them in a virtual environment
the one you've been waiting for, we're actually gonna put it all together. Everything we've done in the 1st 2 episodes, we're gonna be bringing it all together, and we're actually going to be developing our own virtual network and our own virtual machine. And we're gonna go from start to finish. And that's gonna include installing hyper V. And I'm gonna take you all the way through,
so I hope everyone's being good.
Um, I, um
uh, getting on.
There's not enough hours in the day. That's what I'm going to say on this one. I'm dealing with several security incidents is at work on dhe. There's too many projects, not enough time.
So I'm gonna flick the screen back over to our training program for this evening. I'm gonna stick myself down in the corner
Andi, we're gonna get started. So
let's have a look here.
So what we're gonna be doing to get going? First off, let me open up my list,
Learning objectives for this time around. So we're gonna get started with the virtual network side of things. So what we're gonna aim for for this first session we're gonna split into three sessions if you haven't been with us before on this one,
Andi, effectively, what we're gonna do
the first session. We're gonna learn about virtual networking and understand how it works. Within hyper V, there will be a little demonstration, but it's not part of the full one, which I actually give you step by step guides on On what? You're gonna walk you through the whole thing effectively. A TTE that point.
Then we're gonna be touching on the knowledge and understanding of external, internal and private networks
within a look as well at synthetic and emulated network adapters. So it's very important. One does something the other one doesn't on. Why should you use one over the other?