Welcome to part 3 of the Micro-Segmentation Defined – NSX Securing “Anywhere” blog series. This installment covers how to operationalize NSX Micro-Segmentation. Be sure to check out Part 1 on the definition of micro-segmentation and Part 2 on securing physical workloads with NSX.
As anyone who’s pursued a VMware certification can attest, holding three VCDXs is quite an achievement. We recently talked with Matt Vandenbeld — the first person to earn three VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) certifications — to learn the secrets of his success. (Spoiler alert: Matt really enjoys working with and learning about VMware technology. […] The post Threepeat!! First Ever Triple VCDX Certification Holder: Matt Vandenbeld appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
Hot off the press: VMware Virtual SAN IDC Lab Validation Report With the launch of VMware Virtual SAN 6.2, VMware expanded the capabilities of Virtual SAN as a platform and introduced better data efficiency features by delivering deduplication and compression of data as well as providing RAID-5/RAID-6 support for all flash Virtual SAN environments. This The post Announcing the New VMware Virtual SAN IDC Lab Validation Report appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
My attempts to marry DSC and vSphere have been going on for nearly a year* now. I showed some of my attempts and intermediate results at VMworld 2015, in two sessions at the PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit and recently during a session at the 24th VMUGBE+. But now I’m finally going public with the …Read More
In my NSX Lab, I needed a single-node cluster with VSAN enabled beside another normal cluster with three nodes. William Lam has a genius post about how to bootstrap a single-node VSAN cluster to add your vCenter on it in your lab, but unfortunately even thoughhis adviceworks perfectly when you have a single ESXi host, itdoes not work well when you already have a vCenter in place. Mystory begins from the VSAN Default Storage Policy. This policy enforces that adeployment of VMs needs tohave:…Read More
The VMware NSX Manager is the first component you have to deploy. The NSX Manager represents the Management Plane of this platform andenables you to usethe NSX Platform. Usually the NSX Manager is deployed by importing OVA File on vCenter Server or ESXi Host. When you follow the installationwizard for OVA/OVF it allows you to add network information, anadmin account password and aPrivileged CLI password. As described in my intro post, and for my lab purposes I have deployed the NSX Manager…Read More
Check-out the new NSX-V Multi-site Options and Cross-VC NSX Design Guide The goal of this design guide is to outline several NSX solutions available for multi-site data center connectivity before… The post NSX-V: Multi-site Options and Cross-VC NSX Design Guide appeared first on The Network Virtualization Blog.
Yes! It’s back, and more performant than ever! The “Extreme Performance Series” returns for its 4th year! I’m very excited about this year’s Extreme Performance Series mini-track being hosted at VMworld Las Vegas and Barcelona. These sessions are created and presented by VMware’s best and most distinguished performance engineers, principals, architects and gurus. These are The post The Extreme Performance Series at VMworld 2016 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
I have got a number of requests from the readers and viewers of vXpress about the presentation decks used during the vROps Webinar Series. While a lot of people complimented about the video series, they wanted to share some of this knowledge by presenting this information to their colleagues in there circles.
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1.Download the zip file from the bottom of this page 2.Once extracted copy the ‘VMware EUC Visio Stencils 2015.vss‘ file to your ‘My Documents\My Shapes’ folder. If the folder does not exist create it and copy the file in. 3.Run … Continue reading →
With VMworld 2016 fast approaching, I figured it was time to once again send out a sort of “survival guide” for those first time attendees or for those folks who might just want a refresher. So here are a few tips and tricks to help make your VMworld