Visit the VMware NSX Team at SpringOne Platform 2019

Visit the VMware NSX Team at SpringOne Platform 2019

This post was originally published on this site ---

Come see VMware and the NSX team at SpringOne Platform in Austin, TX from October 7-11 in booth T1!

Why Attend SpringOne Platform?

SpringOne Platform is Pivotal’s annual conference for developers, IT operators and leaders, platform managers, and anyone else that wants to be part of one of the most vibrant software development communities in the world. Developers use Spring to build and run millions of mission-critical applications that organizations rely on every day. It enables developers to build software quickly, securely, and globally with modern distributed platform technologies like Kubernetes and Pivotal Application Service (PAS).

Realize the Value of DevOps with NSX and Pivotal

But this is a blog about networking, right? So why are we so excited to talk about SpringOne Platform, and why are we asking you to come have a chat with us? The answer gets at the heart of how VMware and Pivotal are enabling customers to realize the value of cloud-native apps and DevOps practices.

VMware’s NSX family of products gives developers and operators a continuous cloud networking fabric, built in software, that not only exists in the data center but also extends to public clouds and to the edge. Using a software-defined network that delivers resources to cloud-native applications on demand gives developers the ability to create software with speed and agility, without compromise to security or resiliency.

VMware Sessions at SpringOne Platform

VMware has a number great sessions for SpringOne visitors this year. Make sure to add the following to your favorites:

Cross-Platform Observability for Cloud Foundry
Tuesday 2:00 – 3:10pm Rm. 18AB
Pontus Rydin, Technology Evangelist, VMware, Gordana Neskovic, Sr. PMM, VMware, and Hristo Dimitrov, Sr. Manager, VMware show how using Wavefront’s cross-layer correlation in a Cloud Foundry environment can automatically pinpoint issues among hundreds of component and tens of thousands of metrics.

More Devs, No Problems: Enabling Self-Service Access to Kubernetes
Tuesday 5:40 – 6:10pm Ballroom E
VMware staff engineer Fabio Yeon talks about how Tanzu Mission Control enables platform operators to stay in control as the number of developers and clusters skyrockets with the adoption of Kubernetes and micro-services applications.

The Reality of DIY Kubernetes vs. PKS
Wednesday 4:20 – 5:30pm Ballroom E
Kenny Coleman, Open Source Technical Product Manager, VMware demonstrates the difference between rolling your own Kubernetes and using VMware’s PKS Platform (Essential, Enterprise, and Cloud).

Kubernetes and Windows: At Scale with Enterprise PKS
Wednesday 5:40 – 6:10pm Ballroom E
Kartik Lunkad, Sr. Product Manager, Pivotal and Michael Michael, Director of Product Management at VMware discuss designing and deploying Windows containers on Enterprise PKS.

NSX: Built for Cloud-Native Apps

NSX-T Data Center is designed to make your data center behave as a private cloud. Gone are the days of developers filing tickets and waiting for IT to provision switches and load balancers, and to configure rigid firewall rules. Also gone are the days of security teams tracking firewall rules manually by IP address, and relying solely on perimeter or zone security while hoping no one breaks through to get unfettered lateral access to apps and data.

With NSX-T, the network is distributed across all infrastructure where it is installed. It can provision network resources on the fly using the same automation tools that developers use in public cloud platforms like AWS and Azure. Because NSX is built into the hypervisor, it’s also able to see and control what information is shared between every application resource running in the environment: it’s a distributed firewall that can dynamically apply rules to individual virtual machines (VMs) and containers based on attributes like:

  • VM/container name
  • Tag
  • Group
  • Logical network

NSX can automatically reapply those rules as applications scale horizontally, and it can follow a VM or service as it moves and changes over time. Because it is designed to work natively with a variety of technologies, NSX-T delivers its benefits to every developer by supporting:

  • VMs running on vSphere/ESXi
  • VMs running on KVM
  • Containers running on any flavor of Kubernetes including PKS, OpenShift, or roll-your-own
  • Apps built on Pivotal PAS or PFS
  • Bare metal applications or K8s on bare metal
  • NSX can even extend to applications running natively in clouds like AWS and Azure.

A Network That Enables Efficient and Secure DevOps

Whether they are developing Spring Boot applications on PAS or shipping container-based applications on Kubernetes, developers will not have to think much about the network if the network is NSX-T.

Security teams and operators will not feel like they are a bottle-neck; they will have the ability to give developers the resources they need to deliver applications at the speed demanded by business while knowing that security is woven into the fabric those applications are running on.

What’s Next for the VMware NSX Family?

Looking to the future, the NSX team is building an advanced service mesh called VMware NSX Service Mesh (NSX-SM) that will enable cloud-native application developers and platform operators to have unprecedented visibility into and control of the complex network of containers, users, applications, and data that proliferates with the introduction of cloud-native development practices. Built on Istio, NSX-SM aggregates policies, telemetry, and network management for micro-services running across multiple platforms and clouds; giving developers and platform operators a common set of operational tools.

Be sure to ask about joining our private beta!

Come to SpringOne Platform Equipped with NSX Knowledge

There are a variety of Hands On Labs you can take, absolutely free, to explore in detail how NSX enables cloud-native application development across public and private clouds. Try any of these labs below and you will get access to fully functional SDDCs provisioned just for you, where you can learn using the same interfaces you would see in a production environment. All you need to do is sign up for a free account! Here are some relevant HoLs you can check out before SpringOne.

VMware NSX-T Data Center – Getting Started
Integrate VMware NSX-T and Kubernetes using the NSX Container Plug-in. Understand how Kuberenetes Namespaces, Services, Ingress Rules and Network Policies relate to different NSX-T logical network constructs, from a single pane of glass.

Integrating Kubernetes with NSX-T Data Center
Build developer clouds and host next-gen apps with VMware NSX-T Data Center. You will look at NSX-T multi-hypervisor capabilities and learn how to configure logical switching, routing, load balancing, and distributed firewall.

VMware NSX-T and Pivotal Application Service – Getting Started
Deploy Pivotal Application Service along with required VMware NSX-T pre-requisites. Implement a containerized application from the platform in a secure fashion using NSX-T Distributed Firewall and provide visibility and troubleshooting for containerized applications.

We can’t wait to see you there at SpringOne Platform!

The post Visit the VMware NSX Team at SpringOne Platform 2019 appeared first on Network Virtualization.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.