Deploying Hyper-V with Routing

| April 12, 2018

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The original method for deploying Hyper-V was to map each secondary virtual network interface card (VNIC) to a single guest instance, similar to what was done originally with KVM. However, with the introduction of the Route to IP Target functionality within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, it’s possible to deploy Hyper-V by using a routed interface. This method not only simplifies the deployment of guests, but also allows you to deploy however many guests that will run and practically fit within a single bare metal instance. These guests now have access to the full range of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services and are supported by the options given to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure virtual cloud networks (VCNs).

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