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Add "double check that your SET team is using HyperVPort algorithm" to Summary of Requirements? ;)
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@Gregg_H - Thanks for the feedback!
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@Dan Cuomo Ok, I understand your position and recommendations a bit more clearly now. In my particular environment, we typically only use bare metal for DCs, SCVMM servers, S2D clusters, and Hyper-V clusters to run, monitor, and manage our virtual environment (hence the scenarios I asked about). The...
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@Gregg_H - Again, good questions. I would not say that I recommend LBFO, it's just your only option on bare-metal systems. Some customers do not require Hyper-V and wish to leave the system without it. In that case, LBFO is your only option. However those scenarios are dwindling between on-premises ...
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@Dan Cuomo Thanks for clarifying that LBFO is still the recommended teaming solution for non-Hyper-V physical server scenarios. What about the converged S2D scenario I mentioned before? If you are leveraging RDMA for your SMB traffic, I would think that you would definitely want SET for your S2D nod...
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