How to configure System Center VMM Part 5 – Logical Switches

Welcome back for Part 5 of this System Center VMM series, in this post I will write about Logical Switches.

If you do not know what a Logical Switch is, it’s basically the same as a Standard Switch created with New-VMswitch on a Windows Server OS. But it’s defined and create by VMM, so that you can manage it from VMM. You can also from VMM 2019 convert a Standard Switch to Logical Switch.

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What’s new in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2019

As i wrote about in my prev post about DPM 2019, a few day’s ago the System Center team posted a blog on the Windows Server blog post about the upcoming 2019 release this month.

For the VMM 2019 release there is quite a few new features, most of them related to Software Defined things like SDN and S2D. I will go trough the S2D bit’s and one new cool tenant feature that has been asked about alot.

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Azure Monitor with System Center Data Protection Manager 2019, and what’s new

A few day’s ago the System Center team posted a blog on the Windows Server blog post about the upcoming 2019 release this month.

For the 2019 release there was not alot of new features but i wanted to highlight one, the new Azure Monitor overview page. It’s an integration between the DPM server wich is connected to Azure Backup and Azure Log Analytics.

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