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Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX Cloud Blog Series – Part 1: Getting Started
Introduction As businesses evaluate their applications in the constantly evolving world of IT, new strategies are emerging for delivery. These strategies include keeping applications on-premises or moving them to one or more public cloud providers. These public clouds come with their own networking and security constructs and policy management. This results in a new set of The post Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX Cloud Blog Series – Part 1: Getting Started appeared first on…Read More
VMware NSX 6.3.5 Upgrade Process with Step-by-Step
The VMware NSX 6.3.5 upgrade is fairly straight forward. The NSX Manager does most of the heavy lifting with a little bit of instruction from us and there’s only a small amount of manual inte…Read More
Released: NSX-v 6.3.5 and New Features and Fixes
Last week VMware released NSX-v 6.3.5 (Build 7119875) that contains a few new features and addresses a number of bug fixes from previous releases. Going through the release notes there are a lot of known issues that should be known and there are more than a few that apply to service providers…specifically there are a lot around Logical and Edge Routing functions. The post Released: NSX-v 6.3.5 and New Features and Fixes appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE! .
NSX-T RBAC and Remote User Authentication
This demo describes how to achieve NSX-T RBAC and remote user authentication. It supports the following VMware blog post https://blogs.vmware.com/networkvirtualization/2017/11/remote-user-authentication-and-rbac-with-nsx-t.html/
What’s New In VMware NSX 6.3.5?
With the last few NSX releases, the primary focus has been on compliance and product parity. VMware NSX 6.3.5 primarily delivers improvements and enhancements in Guest Introspection, L2 VPN and rem…Read More