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Reading Time: 3 minutes As written in a previous post, VMware NSX was one of the cool topics during the past VMworld and new version of this products has been announce. User cases are more and more and probably one of most interesting (and natural) usage of Network Virtualization is the micro-segmentation. This can give an immediate advantage in using this technology, and can also give an answer to a common security issue. Today’s security models are focuses on perimeter defense, but continued security breaches show this model is not enough. A deep and more granular approach is needed […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes Of course, in this VMworld 2014 there is space also for NSX with lot of sessions, user cases and related news. Related news maybe are not so big as in the past year (the first official announce of NSX), but anyway there is something interesting. First to all the certification path on Network Virtualization: as written in a previous post, there are already the first (big) group of VCDX-NV. Now the certification page is update also with the blueprint for VCDX-NV and VCP-NV (you can already ask for the authorization for it) and the new […]

Reading Time: 2 minutes Enterprise Networking Planet has compiled its list of the Top 10 networking experts who are active bloggers and Twitter users (Enterprise Networking Planet’s Top 10 Networking Experts You Need to Follow). These individuals have varied backgrounds and professional experiences from networking engineer to industry analyst. While a number of them have been or are employed by networking vendors, their blog posts and tweets are their own words and are not endorsed by any of those companies. Here is my entry: 9. Andrea Mauro (@Andrea_Mauro) has been working with Assyrus Srl, an Italian IT company that […]

Reading Time: < 1 minute In the fabric section of System Center VMM 2012 is also possible add external hardware network load balancers and manage, in a similar way as a storage array can be added and managed. But in this case there isn’t a standard interface to remote manage the devices and each vendor must make available a supported “provider” that is just the management software part for the integration with VMM. Actually the supported devices are:

Reading Time: 2 minutes Objective 2.2 – Configure vNetwork Distributed Switches See also this similar post: Objective 2.2 – Configure vNetwork Distributed Switches and Objective 2.2 – Configure vNetwork Distributed Switches Identify vNetwork Distributed Switch capabilities (similar as vSphere 4.1) Official page with features of vDS: Improves visibility into virtual machine traffic through Netflow (New in vDS 5) Enhances monitoring and troubleshooting using SPAN and LLDP (New in vDS 5) Enables the new Network I/O Control (NIOC) feature (now utilizing per VM controls) (New in vDS 5) Simplified provisioning and administration of virtual networking across many hosts and clusters through […]

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