NSX-T Management Cluster Deployment: Part 1

Reading Time: 2 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… As discussed in one of my previous blog NSX-T Architecture (Revamped): Part 1, the release of NSX-T v2.4 brought simplicity, flexibility and scalability for the management plane. If you are not familiar with the architecture of the NSX-T, I would highly recommend

NSX-T Management Cluster Deployment: Part 2

Reading Time: 4 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… As the title alludes, “NSX-T Management Cluster Deployment” is yet another topic split in two parts for easier understanding and context: NSX-T Management Cluster Deployment: Part 1 – discusses the general requirements which are common across the deployment options discussed in Part

NSX-T Architecture (Revamped): Part 2

Reading Time: 3 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… NSX-T v2.4 and later VMware introduced an architectural change that simplified the overall management, installation and upgrades; brought high availability, scalability along with flexible deployment options. I opted to split the new architecture into two parts, for easier understanding: NSX-T Architecture (Revamped):

NSX-T Architecture (Revamped): Part 1

Reading Time: 5 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… It’s been a while since I talked about the NSX-T architecture in my previous blog here, which unfortunately is now only applicable to NSX-T v2.3 and earlier. Fortunately, with NSX-T v2.4 and later, VMware introduced an architectural change that simplified the overall

NSX-T v2.3 Installation: Step 4 – Host Preparation

Reading Time: 4 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… In this blog post, we will discuss NSX-T Hosts preparation methods, pre-requisites, followed by the step by step instructions. If you are new to NSX-T, I would also encourage you to refer my NSX-T Architecture blog post to get a bit more understanding and touch