Some new documentation on how to Manage Tenant Workloads might interest you if you work for a Cloud Service Provider or Enterprise that is using Microsoft Software Defined Networking (SDN) in Windows Server 2016.
These new docs discuss deploying tenant virtual machines (VMs) and connecting them to a tenant Virtual Network or virtual Local Area Network (VLAN), configuring QoS, configuring Software Load Balancing, and configuring access control lists on Datacenter Firewall. In addition there is guidance about using virtual network appliances.
You might also like to review previously published SDN content to Manage Tenant Virtual Networks.
For more information, see Manage Tenant Workloads in the Windows Server 2016 technical library.