Category: NSX-T

Virtual Service HA and Placement Options – Which to choose in your environment? – NSX ALB (Avi Vantage)

Before you can start deploying a new Virtual Service (VS) on an VMware NSX Advanced Loadbalancer, you get plenty of settings you can enable/disable or choose from. One of the first things you need to do after deploying your controller(s) is creating a Service Engine Group. These settings will define how all new Virtual Services…

By arnaud 13 February 2022 Off

Software-Defined Networking Secures Your VCF – LightBoard Session by ITQ

How can a Software-Defined Network secure your VCF? You’ll hear everything about it in this “lightboard” video led by Thomas Bernard, Presales Consultant @ ITQ and Arnaud Gandibleux, SDN Consultant @ ITQ. Want to know more about this subject? Check out this page: https://itq.eu/technology/software-de… Thank you for watching. If you liked this video, don’t forget…

By arnaud 19 April 2021 Off

NSX-T: Automated creation of edge failure domains

Since NSX-T 2.5, the concept of edge failure domains is introduced. Failure domains is a logical grouping concept within an edge cluster. These failure domains makes it possible to logical separate active/standby Tier-0/1 SR instances across edge nodes in different locations. (Racks, room, sites,…). The benefit of this is to guarantee service availability of a…

By arnaud 9 March 2021 Off