Monthly Archives: April 2014

VMware vSphere Blog – VXLAN Series

VMware just released Part 1 of a series on VXLAN authored by Vyenkatesh Deshpande.  Venky is a Sr. Technical Marketing Manager at VMware, the article is well written and discusses the different components of VMware’s VXLAN implementation.  Check it out … Continue reading

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VMware NSX Train-the-Trainer

Heading to Palo Alto, CA this week to do some networking and participate in the first VMware NSX TTT event!  Once I am allowed to share NSX information with you I will be posting it here!

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Dmitri Kalintsev’s “Applied To:” Distributed Firewall Rule

Dmitri Kalintsev recently posted the bLOG article, Distributed Firewall (DFW) in NSX for vSphere, and “Applied To:”  His article describes why the “Applied To:” option is so important when establishing Firewall Rules in NSX.  Dmitri states, “DFW always translates those objects … Continue reading

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Roie Ben Haim’s NSX Home Lab Part 1

Roie Ben Haim just published the beginning of a series about his NSX Home Lab.  In his first post NSX Home Lab Part 1 he discusses building the infrastructure using a nested environment hosted on his Dell Precision M4800 laptop, … Continue reading

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Chalk Talk with Bruce Davie hosted by David Davis

VMware just released a short Chalk Talk on Network Virtualization and VMware NSX with Bruce Davie Hosted by David Davis.  Great whiteboard presentation to introduce the main components of NSX.

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