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  • Blog Post: Logical Networks (Part IV) – PVLAN Isolation

    In this blog, we continue our review of tenant isolation by looking at the implications of PVLANs on your logical network design – we will look at Network Virtualization and complete our review of Logical Networks in the next post. We Look forward to your feedback and comments. Nigel Cain & Damian...
  • Blog Post: VMM Troubleshooting: Deploying Virtual Machines and Services in a Private Cloud

    Here’s another great article I found while perusing all the new stuff in our TechNet Wiki. This one was authored by Tim Sherer and goes through some common and maybe not so common issues you may run into when deploying VMM virtual machines and services in a private cloud: VMM Troubleshooting...
  • Blog Post: Networking in VMM 2012 SP1 – Logical Networks (Part I)

    In this blog, the second in our series, we will take a closer look at Logical Networks and review some of the key considerations, best practice recommendations and guidance for designing, implementing and managing this component of your Virtualized Network Solution. This posting took a lot longer and...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2011: Powered by System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 private clouds

    Have you ever wondered how we pull off an event like TechEd 2011 where we have to setup the demo environments at the different SIM Pods for all of the different products we have?  If so then here’s a special behind the scenes view into how we did it": With System Center our products are working...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Networking in VMM 2012 SP1 – Part 1

    Welcome to the New Year and to a series of blog postings that will cover how to define, configure and manage Virtual Networks in VMM 2012 SP1. Over the next few months, we plan to cover the following topics using the initial blog “getting started with network virtualization” below as a starting point...
  • Blog Post: Logical Networks (Part V) – Network Virtualization

    In this post, we complete our review logical networks by looking at the implications of Network Virtualization and Externally Defined Networks on your logical network design. Note that in the latter case, the VMM administrator has no insight into how the network is constructed, nor do they have any visibility...