Released: NSX-v 6.3.4 and Upgrade Notes and Fixes

Released: NSX-v 6.3.4 and Upgrade Notes and Fixes

Released: NSX-v 6.3.4 and Upgrade Notes and Fixes

Last week VMware released NSX-v 6.3.4 (Build 6845891) that contains no specific new features but addresses a couple 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 NSX Edge functions. The other interesting The post Released: NSX-v 6.3.4 and Upgrade Notes and Fixes appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE! .


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PSC Load Balancing with NSX – Pascal’s Wereld

PSC Load Balancing with NSX – Pascal’s Wereld

PSC Load Balancing with NSX – Pascal’s Wereld

In this blog post, I want to describe the manual steps on how to deploy and configure an NSX load balancer for the Platform Service Controllers (PSC). Hey wait, weren’t you doing PowerNSX automation stuff before? Yes and I still mean to do so. But with automation comes checking if the procedure actually works before…Read More


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Application Continuity with VMware NSX

Application Continuity with VMware NSX

Application Continuity with VMware NSX

NSX abstracts networking from the underlying hardware and attaches networking and security policies to their associated workloads. Applications and data can reside and be accessible anywhere. Move workloads from one data center to another, or deploy them into a hybrid cloud environment.


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VMware NSX Security and Micro-segmentation

VMware NSX Security and Micro-segmentation

VMware NSX Security and Micro-segmentation

NSX embeds security functions right into the hypervisor. It delivers micro-segmentation and granular security to the individual workload, enabling a fundamentally more secure data center. Security policies travel with the workloads, independent of where workloads are in the network topology.


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