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DHCP failoverQuality of ServiceSMB MultichannelNetworking solutions that deliver continuous application availabilityEmbrace a multi-vendor ecosystemProvide consistent bandwidth for services Run services without interruption

2Automatically remediate issues with no human intervention

NIC TeamingDelivering Continuously Available ApplicationsWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||2Network fault tolerance with SMB MultichannelNetworkSMBclientSMBserverFilecopyNICNICNICNICFilecopyAutomatic detection and use of multiple network connections between SMB client and serverHelps server applications be resilient to network failureTransparent Failover with recovery of network failure if another connection is unavailableImproved throughputBandwidth aggregation through NIC TeamingMultiple nodes/CPUs for network processing with RSS-capable network adaptersAutomatic configuration with very little administrative overhead

3Delivering Continuously Available ApplicationsWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||3Highly Available DHCP Service

Automatic DHCP failover based on DHCP failover IETF specProvides multi-site IP address continuity to clients by helping eliminate single points of failureProvides in-box support for failover, without the need for clustering Uses a failover setup consisting of two servers located across different geographic locationsIncludes active/active or active/passive behaviorSimple provisioning and configuration of DHCP server using PowerShell

4Hot standby DHCP failover in a hub-and-spoke deployment

Load-sharing DHCP failover in a single site with a single subnet

Delivering Continuously Available ApplicationsWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||4Helps guarantee predictable network performance and fair sharing during congestionSupports bandwidth floors and bandwidth capsHelps enforce customer SLAs and maximum pricing capsSets QoS for virtual machine or traffic typeUses software built into Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview or hardware capable of Data Center Bridging (DCB) to assign minimum QoS settingsSupports dynamic change of QoS settings through PowerShell without any downtimePredictable performance with Quality of Service5Runtime bandwidth demand (gigabits per second)ServiceReservation T1T2T3Virtual machine30%442Storage40%556Live migration20%032Cluster Shared Volume10%0.510T2341T3262T1450.5Actual bandwidth usage by serviceWhen bandwidth is available, each service takes as much as it canWhen the link is congested, each service takes its fair shareWhen bandwidth becomes available, each service takes as much as it wants2Delivering Continuously Available ApplicationsWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||5NIC TeamingVirtual adaptersVirtual adaptersNIC TeamingTeam network adapterTeam network adapterOperating systemProvides network fault tolerance and continuous availability when network adapters fail by teaming multiple network interfacesSupports all vendors in-boxFacilitates local or remote management through Windows PowerShell or UIEnables teams of up to 32 network adaptersAggregates bandwidth from multiple network adaptersIncludes multiple nodes: switch dependent and independent8 x 1Gb NICs 8Gb throughput

Delivering Continuously Available ApplicationsWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||6NIC TeamingVirtual adaptersVirtual adaptersDynamic NIC TeamingTeam network adapterTeam network adapterTCP streams or "flows are generally not continuousGroups of packets sent between flows are called flowletsDynamic load balancing detects breaks in a flow of sufficient length to minimize possibility of packet reordering Flows can be moved to other team members on flowlet boundaries to rebalance trafficDynamic LBFO maximizes resource utilization in teamed NICs by balancing loads across all NIC team membersIdeal when there are fewer VMs per team

Operating systemLarge TCP flowFlowletSmall TCP flowFlowlet (swaps NICs)Delivering Continuously Available ApplicationsWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||7vRSSDynamic VMQSR-IOVSMB Direct (RDMA)

High-performance networking with current and next-generation hardware8Gain predictable performance

Scale automatically as demand increasesHelp ensure that networking is no longer the bottleneck

Deliver high-speed data transfer on industry-standard hardware

Improving NetworkPerformanceWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||8File ClientSMB ClientSMBBufferFile ServerApplicationNIC DriverTransport Protocol DriverWith RDMAImproved network performance through SMB Direct (RDMA)9Without RDMAApplicationNIC DriverSMB ServerSMB clientTransport Protocol DriverNIC DriverTransportProtocol Driver

AppBufferSMBBufferOSBufferDriverBufferSMBBufferOSBufferDriverBufferSMB ServerNIC DriverTransportProtocol Driver

AppBufferSMBBuffer rNIC rNICNICAdapterBuffer NICAdapterBufferAdapterBufferAdapterBufferiWARPInfiniBandHigher performance through offloading of network I/O processing onto network adapterHigher throughput with low latency and ability to take advantage of high-speed networks (such as InfiniBand and iWARP)Remote storage at the speed of direct storageTransfer rate of around 50 Gbps on a single NIC portCompatible with SMB Multichannel for load balancing and failoverImproving NetworkPerformanceWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||9Dynamic Virtual Machine QueueWithout VMQHyper-V Virtual Switch is responsible for routing & sorting packets for VMsThis leads to increased CPU processing, all focused on CPU0With VMQPhysical NIC creates virtual network queues for each VM to reduce host CPUWith Dynamic VMQProcessor cores dynamically allocated for a better spread of network traffic processingIncreased efficiency of network processing on Hyper-V hostsHyperV HostCPU0CPU1CPU2CPU3

Without VMQHyperV HostCPU0CPU1CPU2CPU3With VMQ

HyperV HostCPU0CPU1CPU2CPU3With DVMQ

Improving NetworkPerformanceWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||10Virtual RSSvRSS provides near line rate to a VM on existing hardware, making it possible to virtualize traditionally network intensive physical workloadsExtends the RSS functionality built into Windows Server 2012Maximizes resource utilization by spreading VM traffic across multiple virtual processorsHelps virtualized systems reach higher speeds with 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps NICsRequires no hardware upgrade and works with any NICs that support RSS

Node 0Node 1Node 2Node 322331100Incoming packetsRSSvProcvProcvProcvProcVirtual MachinevNICvRSSWithoutWithoutImproving NetworkPerformanceWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||11Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) 12VM traffic bypasses virtual switch and performs I/O directly to NICIdeal for high I/O workloads that do not require port policies, QoS, or network virtualization enforced at the end host virtual switch Most 10Gbps and in-box NICs SR-IOV capableBenefitsMaximizes use of host system processors and memoryReduces host CPU overhead for processing network traffic (by up to 50%) Reduces network latency (by up to 50%) Provides higher network throughput (by up to 30%)Full support for Live MigrationHostVirtual MachineVM Network StackSynthetic NICHyperVExtensible SwitchSR-IOV NICVFTraffic FlowVirtual FunctionVFTraffic FlowVFImproving NetworkPerformanceWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||10/29/2013Page 12

Operational efficiency through simplified manageability13Provide an easy-to-use, robust automation framework

Monitor resource usage

Manage IP address space and consolidate external tools

Simplify management in multisite environmentsManagement with Virtual Machine ManagerIP Address ManagementWindows PowerShellResource MeteringMonitoring with Operations ManagerSimplifying Datacenter Network ManagementWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||13IP Address Management (IPAM)14IPAM distributed architectureDomaineurope.corp.woodbridge.com

IPAM Server (UK)DHCP, DNS, DC, and NPS servers

IPAM Server (Bangalore)DHCP, DNS, DC, and NPS serversDomainfareast.corp.woodbridge.com

IPAM Server (Hyderabad)DHCP, DNS, DC, and NPS serversSite: HyderabadBranch officeSite: BangaloreBranch officeSite: UKBranch officeDomaincopr.woodbridge.com

IPAM server (Redmond)DHCP, DNS, DC, and NPS serversSite: RedmondHead officeInbox feature for integrated management of IP addresses, domain names, and device identitiesTightly integrates with Microsoft DNS and DHCP serversProvides custom IP address space display, reporting, and managementAudits server configuration changes and tracks IP address useMigrates IP address data from spreadsheets or other toolsMonitors and manages specific scenario-based DHCP and DNS servicesSimplifying Datacenter Network ManagementWindows Server 2012 R2 Preview||14IP Address Management (IPAM)15Manages virtual address space in addition to physical address spaceImports and exports network configurations automatically through plugin for System Center Virtual Machine ManagerEnables synchronization of Active Directory Sites and subnets information with IPAM Supports large scale enterprise deployments Uses SQL Server to store IP address information Lets admins define user roles, access scope and access policy through role-based access controlIntegration PluginRole Based Access ControlIPAM Client Win vNext IPAM Server WS vNext VMM Server SC vNextServer Discovery

Server Configuration

Address Utilization

Event Collection

Server Availability

Server Monitoring

Address Expiry

DHCP Server WS08 DNS Server WS08 R2 & SPs DC Server WS8 NPS Server WS vNext

Data collection tasksWCFPS/WS ManNetwork Administrator

Fabric Administrator

System Administrator

Forensics InvestigatorMS SQL Server SQL 2008 R2, SQL 2012IPAM Administrator

IPAM ASM Administrator

IPAM MSM Administrator

IPAM Users