All the profiles in NSX-T can be quite confusing at the beginning. In this article I want to take a look on the most important ones and how they relate to each other.
Month: July 2019
We are pleased to announce that our content is now available via VMware Learning Zone for all users, and the first cab of the rank is a course on vIDM Authentication. See the link below. https://vmwarelearningzone.vmware.com/oltpublish/site/program.do?dispatch=showCourseSession&id=31cf7c40-aecb-11e9-a58e-0cc47a3505aa What sets this training apart is we are now taking advantage of 360 Video to provide a more immersive …
I spent the last few blog posts covering the basics of the Policy API introduced in NSX-T 2.4. I will be back to that topic soon with more examples, but for now, I would instead move to a different tool that I have been heavily leveraging when automating NSX-T, Ansible.
In this article we shall look at a few simple commands to determine who is the active edge node for DHCP. Click on the link in your Alexa app, or read below A question was recently posed regarding the level of control we have over the DHCP services, in NSX-T 2.4. Firstly, let’s look at …
The most noticeable change in NSX-T 2.4 is the updated user interfaces. Specifically the option to perform the same configuration trough two very different UIs.
In this post, I will try to provide some insight on how to leverage the NSX-T policy API at its full potential.
In this post, I will review how the new NSX-T policy API interacts with the old management plane API.
In NSX-T version 2.4 VMware introduced a new API to configure and manage our virtual network environment.