In Pictures: 10 things we love about Windows Serve...
Microsoft includes IP Address Management/IPAM in Hyper-V, and it’s heaven-sent for those with genuine desires to form virtualization platforms where VMs can be easily transported from host to host for either performance or isolation within a defined fabric/VM farm. IPAM allowed us to define a base allocation of routable and/or non-routable addresses, then allocate them to VMs hosted on Hyper-V hosts or other hosts/VMs/devices on our test network. We could in turn, allocate virtual switches, public private or internal, connected with static/blocked and sticky DHCP.
In Pictures: 10 things we love about Windows Server 2012 R2