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#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? ...

#network #nsx #sddc #software-defined

NSX-T 2.0 General Availability

The 2.0 version of NSX-T was released yesterday (September, 7th 2017). \o/ NSX-T is focused on emerging application frameworks and architectures that have heterogeneous endpoints and technology stacks. In addition to vSphere hypervisors, these environments include other hypervisors such as KVM, containers, and bare metal. What’s New in NSX-T 2.0? NSX-T 2.0 introduces a new platform architecture that meets customer needs for flexible, scalable, and agile network and security infrastructure. ...

#network #nsx #operations #sddc

Inspect your network with vRealize Network Insight (vRNI)

VMware vRealize Network Insight 3.0.0 (formerly known as Arkin) is now generally available. vRNI delivers intelligent operations for software-defined networking and security, with converged visibility across virtual and physical networks, planning and recommendations for micro-segmentation and operations management for NSX. This product is a new offering for VMware, and addresses the need for deeper, richer NSX operation and traffic analytics in the fast growing virtual networking market. Compared to Arkin, there are several new features being introduced with this release: ...

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What's new in NSX for vSphere 6.2

NSX for vSphere 6.1 has been available for almost one year and now is the time to welcome a new major version of the product: NSX for vSphere 6.2. As a reminder for those who have lived in a cave the last years, NSX is VMware’s solution to virtualize network and security for your software-defined data center. NSX network virtualization decouples the network from hardware into a software abstraction layer which allows you to programmatically create, provision, and manage your networks. ...