Tag: NSX

Where in the World is NSX?

Where in the World is NSX?

This post was originally published on this site —VMware NSX is going worldwide! We’ll be out and about through the end of the year, spreading networking and security love across America, Asia Pacific, and Europe. Our goal is to help agile organizations move toward a Virtual Cloud Network with consistent connectivity, branch optimization, and security across all infrastructure.   Whether we’ll be at a booth, product demo, talk, or otherwise – we want to connect! Join us at any of the major conferences and NSX upcoming events Read more […]

Networking’s Future, Not Networking’s Past 

Networking’s Future, Not Networking’s Past 

This post was originally published on this site —VMware  Continues as  a Visionary  in  2018  Gartner Data Center Networking Magic Quadrant   We are excited to announce that for the fifth  year  in  a row, VMware has achieved the position of visionary in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Center Networking, which is defined as…understanding where the data center market is going and having a vision for changing market rules. Five Years!  That’s  Read more […]

The VMware NSX® Roadshow is Coming to a City Near You

The VMware NSX® Roadshow is Coming to a City Near You

This post was originally published on this site —VMware NSX enterprise-grade solutions support your path toward network virtualization, micro-segmentation, application availability, IT automation, and cross-cloud architecture. And while we mostly live in the cloud, we’re coming back to Earth and taking our proverbial show on the road with the VMware NSX® Roadshow. It all goes down this summer, in a city near you!   VMware NSX® Roadshow workshops are designed specifically for networking and security professionals and delivered Read more […]

NSX Cloud Blog Series Part 2: A Consistent Security Posture Across Your Hybrid Cloud

NSX Cloud Blog Series Part 2: A Consistent Security Posture Across Your Hybrid Cloud

This post was originally published on this site —We now dig deeper into the cloud security use-case.  As more and more companies embrace cloud, the cloud IT teams are tasked with the responsibility of ensuring that these cloud deployments are secure. Cloud inherently brings in new environments, and these cloud security teams are now faced with ensuring Enterprise security policy consistency across these multiple disparate cloud environments.   VMware NSX Cloud addresses these challenges, offering a common security and micro-segmentation Read more […]

NSX Data Center Vs Open Source – The Value For Cloud Native Apps

NSX Data Center Vs Open Source – The Value For Cloud Native Apps

This post was originally published on this site —Authored by: Roie Ben-haim (Twitter: @roie9876) Niran Even-chen (Twitter: @niranec) In our job as System engineers in the networking and security for Cloud native applications (CNA) space we get to work with many customers on their implementation of CNA platforms. The fun part of that is that we get to hear the “DevOps” drivers and needs of many enterprise customers. Developers using CNA platforms such as Kubernetes (k8s) and Pivotal Application Service (Formerly known as PCF) don’t Read more […]

NSX Cloud Blog Series: Part 1

NSX Cloud Blog Series: Part 1

This post was originally published on this site —On the heels of announcing general availability of NSX Cloud on June 5th, we’re pleased to announce that NSX Cloud was selected as Best of Show runners-up in the cloud computing category at Interop Tokyo. The full list of all winners is available here. For those unfamiliar, Interop Tokyo is a major event of over 140,000 attendees, and this award requires an hour presentation including a demo and Q&A to the Interop Committee, so this award came with some scrutiny and we’re proud to Read more […]

Myth Busted: Who Says Software Based Networking Performance Does Not Match Physical Networking?

Myth Busted: Who Says Software Based Networking Performance Does Not Match Physical Networking?

This post was originally published on this site —100 Gbps Performance with NSX Data Center NSX Data Center has shown for some time now (see VMworld 2016 NSX Performane Session (NET 8030) that it can drive upwards of 100G of throughput per node for typical data center workloads. In that VMworld session, we ran a live demo showing the throughput being limited by the actual physical ports on the host, which were 2 x 40 Gbps, and not by NSX Data Center. Typically, in physical networking, performance is measured in raw packets per seconds to assure Read more […]

Pivotal Container Service (PKS) Integration With NSX-T Data Center: A lab study with Tips

Pivotal Container Service (PKS) Integration With NSX-T Data Center: A lab study with Tips

This post was originally published on this site —Contributions from: Alka Gupta, Prasad Kalpurekkal Pivotal Container Service (PKS) aims to simplify how enterprises deploy, run and manage Kubernetes clusters on any cloud. For detailed documentation of PKS installation and configuration, go here. For details on configuring PKS with NSX-T Data Center, go here. Every enterprise wants to run containers in production. However, primary questions being asked are: “How do I get Kubernetes to work in my data center? How do I simplify deployment Read more […]

Announcing General Availability of VMware NSX-T Data Center 2.2.0

Announcing General Availability of VMware NSX-T Data Center 2.2.0

This post was originally published on this site —VMware is pleased to announce that VMware NSX-T Data Center 2.2.0 has been released on June 5, 2018!   With this release we have introduced a number of excellent new features for on-premise deployments as well as the ability to managed Microsoft Azure based workloads as part of the NSX Cloud product. VMware NSX-T Data Center has also been updated to provide networking and security infrastructure for VMware Cloud on AWS. Here is list of highlighted features that may be of most interested to customers. Read more […]

NSX Cloud: A New and Improved Model for Multi-cloud Networking and Security

NSX Cloud: A New and Improved Model for Multi-cloud Networking and Security

This post was originally published on this site —Remember the headlines years ago, asking what would win: public cloud or private cloud? Or hybrid cloud? And everyone had different definitions for each? Of course, as it often is with technology trends, our “or” questions have “and” answers. Let’s imagine current day, where you might see one group running an application on-premises with absolutely zero plans for it to go anywhere. In a far-away land, several desks or cubes away, some savvy developers are building a Read more […]