At December 18 VMware released NSX for vSphere 6.2.1 Release notes here New in 6.2.1 The 6.2.1 release delivers a number of bug fixes that have been documented in the Resolved Issues section. 6.1.5 fixes: Release includes the same critical fixes as NSX-vSphere 6.1.5 content. Introduced new ‘show control-cluster network ipsec status’ command that allows […]]> At December 18 VMware released NSX for vSphere 6.2.1 Release notes here New in 6.2.1 The 6.2.1 release delivers a number of bug fixes…Read More
In keeping with the theme of moving the Software-Defined Data Center from concept to reality, I discussed in my previous blogs why VMware vSphere is the perfect platform to deploy cutting edged technologies like SAP HANA. This is because vSphere enables our customers to agilely react to rapidly changing hardware/software requirements by recasting memory, CPU, IO, or network resources where needed in your landscape through software in a centrally managed manner. I also discussed how VMware Virtual Volumes can be leverage to simplify SAP’s multi-temperature data management strategy; where data is classified by the frequency of access as either hot, warm, or cold depending on data usage. This is an example of the essence of Software-Defined…Read More
Today’s blog post is the final entry in a series by Marcos Hernandez , one of the OpenStack specialists in VMware’s Networking & Security Business Unit (NSBU). Part 1 discussed the basics of the Neutron integration for VMware NSX. Part 2 discussed foundational integrations for L2 and L3 network services.
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Four new Network Virtualization videos by instructor Paul McSharry and two videos on transforming your IT Operations have recently been added to the VMware Learning Zone video library: NSX Architecture – Troubleshooting This video walks though building a logical design, including a close look at NSX components, how they work together, and how data flows between them. […] The post NSX & IT Operations Videos Released in the VMware Learning Zone appeared first on VMware Education and…Read More
Who saw it coming that segmentation would be a popular term in 2015?!? Gartner analyst Greg Young was almost apologetic when he kicked off the Network Segmentation Best Practices session at the last Gartner Security Summit. As a professional with a long history in the enterprise firewall space, I know I found it odd at […] The post Getting Started with VMware NSX Distributed Firewall – Part 1 appeared first on The Network Virtualization Blog .
In the new post series let’s learn I will try to summarize useful links, classes, lectures and recommendations to learn specific topics. I used many of those resources to pass my VCP6-NV exam and thought it might be useful to share them with everyone.
Cloud and virtualisation giant VMware Inc is pumped about its networking virtualisation and security software product NSX, as the sign are that the way enterprises manage their computer networks is changing drastically.
The basis of competition has shifted from individual products and technologies to platforms, but with everyone aspiring to be a platform the bar is set high. A platform must be a value-creation entity, underpinned by a robust architecture that includes a set of well-integrated software artifacts and programming interfaces to enable reuse and extensibility by […] The post VMware NSX – It’s About the Platform Ecosystem appeared first on The Network Virtualization Blog .