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-V Site Failover/Failback Plan: Part 3

Reading Time: 4 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… This blog is a continuation of the “Planned” or “Unplanned” failover of NSX-V components i.e. NSX Manager, controllers, universal distributed logical routers in an Active/Passive datacentre scenario i.e. all North/South routing flow via one site’s ESG(s). Just to reverberate, I have split

NSX-V Site Failover/Failback Plan: Part 2

Reading Time: 3 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… This blog is a continuation of the “Planned” or “Unplanned” failover of NSX-V components i.e. NSX Manager, controllers, universal distributed logical routers in an Active/Passive datacentre scenario i.e. all North/South routing flow via one site’s ESG(s). Just to reverberate, I have split

NSX-V Site Failover/Failback Plan: Part 1

Reading Time: 4 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… With NSX-T gaining traction this year, NSX-V is still widely used by many organisations. The question of “NSX-V site failover plan” came up twice in the last week, which encouraged me to write this blog. In fact – I have this discussion

NSX-T Architecture: Part 2

Reading Time: 2 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… ** [NOTE] – This blog is only applicable to NSX-T v2.3 and earlier. Please see the NSX-T Architecture (Revamped): Part 2 for NSX-T v2.4 and later that talks about the new architecture introduced by VMware ** This blog post is the Part