I've been testing several scenarios. On a Windows 2012 environment (cluster Hyper-v 2012) I started to test SCVMM 2012. I set up the fabric: logical switch, logical network...
SCVMM takes over the Hyper-V servers.
In the event that something goes wrong in SCVMM it can be a problem as far as I can see. If the virtual switch is deleted in SCVMM, it's gone everywhere else. Of course nobody will ever delete a virtual switch like that.
But I'm concern. How dependent are we on SCVMM when almost all configuration is done from SCVMM?