My beginning like most started with VMware virtualization. Back then the enterprise was a baby and I was painfully trying the feed it..
The new year has come and most people are making there resolutions clear as to what they plan on doing this time around. For some it may be a repeat of the old with small tweaks and for others a huge overhaul is needed in their life. I know you probably don’t want to read another persons goals for the new year but if you keep reading on that’s exactly what your going to get.
One feature with any good virtualization solution should have the ability to make your VMs mobile. With VMware the feature is called vMotion and with Hyper-V it’s Live Migration. When your just using the Hyper-V manager and you need to do a live migration from one system to the next you would have to log into the actual host (hyper-v server) that’s running the VM that you wanted to move.
So lets configure NIC Teaming in Powershell now.
In Windows Server 2012 NIC Teaming, you get to finally have nic teaming functionality built in. The built-in NIC teaming is extremely easy to configure, set and manage. Another important point to make here is that it also supports multiple vendors in the same NIC team.