NSX-V Site Failover/Failback Plan: Part 3

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 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

Unable to delete NSX-T Controller Node

Reading Time: 3 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… eting the NSX-T Controllers from the NSX Manager UI: Two controller nodes get deleted successfully but the last one fails with an error: “Node was not connected; it was not reachable or the cluster was not in majority. Could not delete.” Note:

NSX-T Architecture: Part 2

Reading Time: 2 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… This blog post is the Part 2 and the continuation of the NSX-T Architecture: Part 1. In NSX-T Architecture: Part 1, we discussed the NSX-T architecture and how it extends the scope from on-premises to public clouds (and vice versa) and from

NSX-T Architecture: Part 1

Reading Time: 5 minutes Knowledge increases by sharing it… Every few years we see a systemic shift in IT, the traditional technical ways of achieving the business objectives are replaced by implementing new advance technologies that are more efficient, secure and robust. In the world of networking and security, VMware NSX-T