Monthly Archives: July 2014

James Bowling’s Troubleshooting VXLAN – esxcli commands

Looking for a few quick troubleshooting commands to get you started?  Check out James Bowling’s article on Troubleshooting VXLAN – esxcli commands.

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Initial VMware NSX Beta Delivery

This week I had an opportunity to deliver the VMware NSX: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.0] – BETA in Austin, Texas.  The course material is excellent and should attract a wide audience of networking and virtualization professionals.  This initial delivery was … Continue reading

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VMware NSX Use Case – Simplifying Disaster Recovery Series

Nicolas Vermande has posted an interesting use case for simplifying disaster recovery at http://my-sddc.com.  Part 1 of this series details his lab architecture and briefly describes the NSXv components.

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Using vSphere Data Protection VDP to backup NSX

Cormac Hogan just released a bLOG post detailing his experience backing up NSX with vSphere Data Protection.  He documents his observations here Network Virtualization (NSX) and vSphere Data Protection Interop.

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Jon Langemak’s Working with VMware NSX

Jon Langemak just finished a detailed bLOG post of his base NSX configuration using three vSphere ESXi hosts here Working with VMware NSX.  He created an IP spreadsheet that will help if you have been struggling with ideas on how … Continue reading

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Chris Wahl – ThinkAheadIT hosts LOOKING AHEAD 2014 – Software Defined Networking

This panel discussion by Chris Wahl with Brad Hedlund and Joe Onisick provides in interesting look at where VMware NSX and Cisco ACI solutions are today and the future of Software Defined Networking.

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