Tag: NSX

InBottom Line
SDN and Cloud Computing Software Defined Networking (SDN) and cloud computing are two sides of the same coin. It’s all about automation. SDN is the automation of networking. Cloud computing provides services that are on-demand through automation. To give an example of cloud computing automation, consider a site that hosts Minecraft servers. With a few…
InEducation
Learning NSX doesn’t have to be difficult. If you are new to NSX, this series will start from the beginning and will explain things along the way, in short, but easy to follow bite-sized chunks.   Virtualization Virtualization is the first concept we need to really understand. It is primarily about decoupling. With virtual machines,…
InPKSSeries
VMware PKS fully leverages vSphere NSX-T. Let’s take a look at the supported NSX-T design and implementation. NSX-T licenses come with PKS, so there is no reason not to leverage the best in class network virtualization. First, let’s take a look at what is available by using open source networking, and what the advantages are…
InBottom Line
Last week ago at the RSA Conference, Pat Gelsinger, VMware’s CEO, announced the arrival of a new and exciting security solution, which strengthens VMware’s security presence. VMware has announced a new firewall offering, named the Service-Defined Firewall. This new offering combines capabilities of the existing NSX platform and App Defense. The goal of this is to…