Following configuration is for an Intel Xeon E5-2637 and Intel X520 NICs.
The Script will disable VMQ on iSCSI and Livemigration and enable and configure VMQ on converged.
$adapterse = "Slot 3 Port 1","Slot 3 Port 2" #Enable VMQ on NICs with VMs or vNICs
Enable-NetAdapterVmq -Name $adapterse # Enable VMQ
$adaptersd = "Slot 1 Port 1","Slot 1 Port 2","NIC1","NIC2" #Disable VMQ on SAN NICs or Livemigration
Disable-NetAdapterVmq -Name $adaptersd # Disable VMQ
#Set VMQ Settings
Set-NetAdapterVmq -Name "Slot 3 Port 1" -BaseProcessorNumber 2 -MaxProcessors 1 -MaxProcessorNumber 2
Set-NetAdapterVmq -Name "Slot 3 Port 2" -BaseProcessorNumber 6 -MaxProcessors 1 -MaxProcessorNumber 6
Today my the next part of my hybrid series went online.
This time about Offsite Backup with Azure.
You can read the whole Blog (in German) on the Azure Community Germany Community.
the next blog of my Hybrid Series about hybrid cloud in germany went online yesterday.
As last time, currently it is in german.
You can find the blog here.
yesterday I published a blog about how to connect Azure Germany with Azure global to use both worlds at it’s best.
The blog post is in german at the moment. If someone want to see it in english too, please leave me a comment below.
You can find the original blogpost in german here.
If you want to know more about Azure Hybrid Connects with your enterprise, visite me at the Global Azure Bootcamp in Berlin.
last week something awesome happend to me. I was ask by the European Commission (the Executive of the European Union) to join their expert panel regarding Software Defined Network and Network Function Virtualisation. Therefor I will travel to brussel for some workshops and take part in some online surveys. I don’t know how I deserved it but I really love to take chance to meet other experts and discuss with them.
If you want to read more about that project, please click on the picture.