Over the last month I had some time to play around with Windows Server 2016 TP3 and VMM 2016 TP3. There were some nice improvements in the logical switch section that makes our job a bit more easy.
Back in VMM 2012 R2 you could create a logical switch with uplink profiles and classifications that you can use for all hosts and then add the virtual switch per host. Then you also have to create all virtual nics also on a per host bases. That can be a lot of work and creates room for error and name mismatches.
That saves us some work right?Also when configuring a logical switch in VMM 2012 R2 there was no option of setting bandwidth options for the virtual switch. When the virtual switch was created it was default on weight mode.
These are just two of all the new features that are added to VMM 2016.