Integrate NSX Advanced Load Balancer with Kubernetes
This post will take a closer look at the NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi) and how we can integrate it with a Kubernetes through the Avi Kubernetes Operator (AKO).
VMware NSX 3.2 Advanced Security Capabilities
NSX-T 3.2 introduces new features to identify and respond to malware and ransomware attacks in the network, enhance user identification and L7 application identification capabilities, and, at the same time, simplify deployment.
VMware NSX-T 3.2 Adds Innovations to Multi-Cloud Security, Networking, and Opera…
Storage Review reports on the recent release of VMware NSX-T 3.2, which adds innovations across multi-cloud security, scale-out networking for containers, VMs, and physical workloads.
Intel Architecture Optimizes VMware SD-WAN Edge Performance
A new Intel solution brief shows how virtual services on the Intel architecture-based VNF infrastructure on the VMware SD-WAN Edge reduce the need for additional hardware at remote work locations. This approach allows for fast, efficient delivery of data protection services. Download the […]
How to Get the Most Out of VMware NSX with Advanced Load Balancing
Switzerland never takes sides. Safeguarding its independence is one of the principal objectives of Swiss foreign policy. And Swiss neutrality, one of the main principles of this policy, dictates that Switzerland remain agnostic. Hailed as the Switzerland of load balancers, VMware NSX Advanced […]
Using NSX IDS/IPS to protect against CVE-2021-44228 Log4Shell Vulnerability
Please note. All thoughts and processes within this blog are of myself and not officially of VMware. Please review any documentation on docs.vmware.com or reach out via your account team and partners for support with NSX IDS/IPS. As per the VMware blog – […]
Announcing NSX-T 3.2: Innovations in Multi-Cloud Security, Networking, and Operations
We’re excited to announce the general availability of VMware NSX-T 3.2, one of the largest NSX releases so far. NSX-T 3.2 includes key innovations across multi-cloud security, scale-out networking for containers, VMs, and physical workloads. It also delivers simplified operations that help enterprises achieve a one-click, public cloud experience wherever their workloads are deployed. Strong Multi-Cloud Security NSX-T 3.2 provides strong, multi-cloud, easy-to-operationalize network defenses…Read More
VMware NSX 3.2 Delivers New, Advanced Security Capabilities
It’s an impactful release focused on significant NSX Security enhancements Putting a hard shell around a soft core is not a recipe for success in security, but somehow legacy security architectures for application protection have often looked exactly like that: a hard perimeter firewall layer for an application infrastructure that was fundamentally not built with security as a primary concern. VMware NSX Distributed Firewall pioneered the micro-segmentation concept for granular access…Read More
NSX Advanced Firewall Add On for VMware Cloud on AWS (Part 3)
In my previous post, I talked about the FQDN filtering feature which is one of the new Add-Ons of the Advanced firewall. In this Part 3 of this multi part blog series, let’s focus on the latest feature, the Distributed IDS/IPS which is part of the newly announced NSX Advanced Firewall […]
What you NEED to know about NSX-T Distributed IDS/IPS \\ VMware Security
In this video, I cover the “must knows” about NSX-T 3.1+ Distributed Intrusion Detection & Prevention. I show you how to enable IDS/IPS, configure basic policies, and how to monitor for intrusion attempts!
How to Integrate Advanced Load Balancer into NSX Distributed Firewall
Description: Learn to integrate advanced load balancer into NSX Distributed Firewall (DFW). VMware NSX advanced load balancer’s seamless integration with NSX enables automation of security groups and services creation within NSX-T DFW. Explore how the solution helps you create […]
The Hard Facts: Hardware vs. Software Load Balancers | Network and Security Virtualization | VMware
Get the deep dive on hardware versus softward, and why many ADC vendors have started to make the move to software-defined, multi-cloud load balancing.
Discover the New Networking and Security Hands-on Labs
Written by Leanne Jones & NSBU Lab Captains / November 09, 2021 The team constructing these Networking and Security labs work at VMware in multiple roles like Systems Engineers, Technical Account Managers, Product Managers and HOL Architects. A variety of new labs are now available and coming […]
What is SASE?
You may have heard of SASE. Actually, I hope you’ve heard of SASE, as it’s been a big new focus for VMware over the past few years. We even have a whole subdomain for it! (sase.vmware.com) But chances are you’ve never heard of SASE, as it’s a new term from 2019 which was invented by […]
The Bearer oF Metal: NSX-T Edge Transport Nodes – doOdzZZ’s Notes
NSX-T Edge transport nodes have two forms in terms of deployment (current version is 3.1.x), this blog will tackle 4 aspects of NSX-T Bare-Metal Edge Transport Nodes, where we will be talking about the use cases, the requirements, the configuration flow and configuration details. […]
Set NSX-T 3.1.1 Password Expiration for Home Labs
If you run a home lab like I do then sometimes VM’s are powered off until you need them. In my case I use NSX but not as frequently as I’d like to. So its not uncommon for my NSX manager Passwords to expire. VMware NSX-T has a preconfigured password expiration policy of 90 days […]