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Reading Time: 3 minutes A Data Processing Unit (DPU) is a programmable computer processor that tightly integrates a general-purpose CPU with network interface hardware. In VMware, starting with vSphere 8.0, DPU can be used to offload workloads from an x86 host to a DPU, as well as providing an additional layer of security by having an air-gapped environment running some of the processes. This is the result of Project Monterey.  

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Reading Time: 4 minutes As you probably know, VMware NSX-T Data Center is the network product that provides scalable network virtualization and micro-segmentation platform for multi-hypervisor environments, container deployments, and native workloads. Under this umbrella, there are two main products: NSX-v and NSX-T.

Reading Time: 3 minutes VMware NSX-T Data Center 2.5.0 is now in GA and available from the download, after less than one month from the announce. NSX-T Data Center 2.5 provides a variety of new features to provide new functionality for virtualized networking and security for private, public, and hybrid clouds.  For more information on what’s new see the release notes.

Reading Time: 2 minutes During VMworld US 2019, VMware has announced the future release of VMware NSX-T Data Center 2.5. Unfortunately, has happened in past, this is just a product announce, without provide the code of it and the date of General Availability (GA) release date (but I guess will be on VMworld EU 2019). I usually prefer talk about what exist now and see the release notes.

Reading Time: 6 minutes VMware NSX-T Data Center is the next generation product that provides a scalable network virtualization and micro-segmentation platform for multi-hypervisor environments, container deployments, and native workloads. Under this umbrella there are two main products: NSX-v and NSX-T. Also if NSX-T has not yet become features parity with NSX-v, it’s becoming clear that, in the future, it will replace the NSX-v product and become the only NSX Data Center line.

Reading Time: 8 minutes During holidays, reading some books could be a pleasure but also a moment of growth and deepening. And if you want to learn more on VMware NSX-v or NSX-T which book could be used?

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