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Demo: NSX-T Data Center Edge VM deployment on VSS or VDS portgroups

In much the same way that server virtualization programmatically creates, snapshots, deletes and restores software-based virtual machines (VMs), NSX-T Data Center network virtualization programmatically creates, deletes, and restores software-based virtual networks. With network virtualization, the functional equivalent of a network hypervisor reproduces the complete set of Layer 2 through Layer 7 networking services (for example,…

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Pivotal Container Service (PKS) and NSX T

VMware NSX-T provides an agile software-defined infrastructure to build cloud-native application environments. NSX-T is focused on emerging application frameworks and architectures that have heterogeneous endpoints and technology stacks. Pivotal Container Service (PKS) enables operators to provision, operate, and manage enterprise-grade Kubernetes clusters on Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF). How to combine best of both worlds? This video…

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Pivotal Container Service and VMware NSX-T

We know the challenges with the abstraction layer from compute stack and bringing other stacks (storage & network) close to compute including HCI (Hyper-Converged Infrastructure), Software Defined Datacenter technologies are always trying to bridge the gap with another abstraction layer Docker/Containers. As we see the progress towards vendor independence approach, VMware trying to fill the gap…

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Cloud Native Apps get a boost with NSX-T 2.1

VMworld 2017 revealed lot of secrets about NexGen networking solution NSX-T which gives ideal Architecture for Cloud Native Apps. With the transformation of Applications architecture with Docker/Container/K8’s which requires great enhancements in Compute/Network stacks. Unlike traditional NSX which relies on VMware products like vCenter/ESXi/VTEP, this new product comes with support for multiple hypervisors (What happened…

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VMware NSX-T Overview – Network Snapshots?

In much the same way that server virtualization pro-grammatically creates, snapshots, deletes and restores software-based virtual machines (VMs), NSX-T network virtualization pro-grammatically creates, snapshots, deletes, and restores software-based virtual networks. With network virtualization, the functional equivalent of a network hypervisor reproduces the complete set of Layer 2 through Layer 7 networking services (for example, switching,…

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