#vcdx #vmware

The New VMware Official VCDX Directory

From the beginning of the program, VCDX holders bio and information have been inventoried and promoted on a VCDX directory page, which is the sole official and authoritative source. As the number of VCDX’s has grown, the page itself has grown and has become more of a challenge to manage and keep the information updated. After a few months of effort, a new official VCDX Directory with new capabilities and a new look is available : vcdx. ...

#api #nsx

NSX-T API: Embedded Documentation and Postman Collection

NSX-T Manager provides a REST API to automate management activities. You can interact with the API using RESTful web service calls over HTTPS. But what about the API documentation? There are multiple ways to get to the NSX-T API documentation, such as embedded API documentation in the Manager, the API Explorer or using a Postman Collection. NSX-T API Documentation The best choice, in my opinion, is to use the embedded API documentation which is accessible via the help link in the Manager UI. ...

#network #nsx

#10 Things To Know Before Starting with NSX-T

NSX-T 2.0 is available for 2 months now and I have played with it quite a lot since that moment. There are a lot of differences between NSX-T and NSX-V and I thought I could share a few tips you should know before starting with NSX-T. Geneve, not VXLAN or STT Recommended MTU NSX-T VIBs Controllers Are Always Required Deploy Controllers Sequentially NSX Edge Cluster Where to Run VM-based Edges Respect NSX-T System Requirements Uplink Names in Uplink Profiles Compute Managers: What, When and Why? ...