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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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Hi @Gregg_H - LBFO is still required for native scenarios (e.g. without Hyper-V) and this article is in the context that LBFO does not support VMMQ (and many other advanced features, "is not compatible with numerous advanced capabilities"). LBFO, should be considered in maintenance mode; we are not ...
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