Today’s Heavy Networking, sponsored by VMware, dives into the latest security features in NSX-T, and examines how NSX is expanding from the data center to the WAN and the cloud. We also hear from NSX customer Sky UK about how NSX helps bridge the gap between infrastructure and developer teams.
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VMware’s networking and cloud ambitions come into sharper focus with the introduction of NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud.
Ethan Banks does a quick walk through of VMware’s official release notes for NSX 6.4.
VMware presented at Network Field Day 17. The company covered several topics, including an update on VeloCloud, NSX-T features, and a dive into the latest version of vSphere.
Velocloud is an SD-WAN company that has focussed on software-only solution. SD-WAN products tend to split into different types – router replacements like Viptela/Cisco where the SD-WAN functions are device centred. Velocloud has built a network of POPs around the world and traffic is routed to those POPs. The POPs then backhaul the traffic over […]
Today’s Priority Queue episode is a sponsored conversation with VMware about NSX and container networking. Our guest is Sai Chaitanya.
Today’s show, sponsored by VMware, is a different take on NSX. We talk with West Bend Mutual Insurance about risk management, protecting assets, and how IT can develop a business case for adopting a new technology.
This week on Packet Pushers we talk with two VMware NSX customers who’ve implemented NSX in production. We’ll look at SDN use cases including microsegmentation and network virtualization.
On today’s show, sponsored by VMware, we talk to a VMware NSX customer to get their real-life experiences with the technology. And just to make it more interesting, this customer also uses Cisco ACI, which we’ll get into.
VMware’s Guido Appenzeller joins Ethan and Greg on this sponsored Priority Queue podcast to talk about NSX’s capabilities beyond the data center, including containers, the cloud, mobile devices, and more.
This sponsored Priority Queue looks at the realities of using NSX in production, discusses practical customer use cases for network virtualization, and examines issues raised by listeners about NSX.
Deep diving on VMware NSX ? You bet. Download the PDF file and read along with us as we unpack how VMware NSX works with Brad Hedlund and Scott Lowe.
Network Virtualization is the certainly the biggest architecture shift in our careers and probably yours. And make no mistake, this is about networking. Greg Ferro often says that overlays are about more networking, better networking (not less networking) – and we couldn’t agree more.
On today’s sponsored Weekly Show, we look at the role of VMware NSX in bringing networking, automation, and security to applications on premises and in the cloud.
Today’s Network Break analyzes key product announcements and news from VMware’s VMworld 2018 conference, including vSphere Platinum, Amazon RDS on premises, and VMware’s strategy to win in a multicloud world.
On today’s Network Break, Arista and VMware integrate CloudVision and NSX, Microsoft pledges to open-source a network emulator, TLS 1.3 gets final approval, and more tech news analysis. And stay tuned after the news for a Coffee Talk with Silver Peak customer Blue Shield of California.
VMware pivots to security via NSX, Cisco embraces software as the company evolves, NetApp launches a private cloud architecture and more tech news analysis on this week’s Network Break podcast with guest Ed Horley.
WLAN vendor Mist has announced a partnership with VMware’s VeloCloud SD-WAN solution, in which Mist can interoperate with VeloCloud to improve visibility into, and troubleshooting of, wireless and WAN performance. Mist provides a cloud-based wireless controller and administrative interface for its APs. This cloud controller can make API calls to VeloCloud’s controller to ingest WAN […]
VMware Cloud on AWS lets you run a native VMware environment on bare metal AWS servers. The Datanauts delve into service details, use cases, and nerd knob options with episode sponsor VMware.
Ethan Banks had a briefing with ReSTNSX, and they demoed their VMware NSX-enhancing platform to him. Have a listen for Ethan’s impressions of the demo.
Some thoughts on why VMware is partnering with AWS in the public cloud and what it means for VMware’s long-term strategy.
VMware has announced the end of the road for third-party vSwitches. It will deprecate and eventually remove API support for Cisco NX1K, AVS, VM-FEX, and IBM DVS, among others.
Big Switch makes multiple updates, including deeper VMware integration and Mesosphere support, in Big Cloud Fabric 4.0
Hardware vendors haven’t changed to compete with public clouds, forcing VMware to partner with AWS.
Its not news. This was presented at VMworld Las Vegas, we were told this is coming. The first CrossCloud partners was IBM Softlayer. Cloud Air and Virtustream will be next. The announcement hinted that AWS would be destination. Its Bare Metal Hardware. AWS is baremetal provisioning servers with VMware hypervisors and implementing their SDDC […]
At VMworld US 2016, VMware announced Cross-Cloud. Cross-Cloud is touted as a common operating system for your hybrid cloud. With one interface, you can stand up workloads in your own data center. Or, you can stand up workloads in the public cloud. Cross-Cloud takes care of the rest.