VMware Releases Dispatch, an Open Source…

VMware Releases Dispatch, an Open Source Serverless Framework

VMware Releases Dispatch, an Open Source…

VMware announced its serverless initiative at VMworld 2017, where a Functions-as-a-Service (FaaS) demo using Apache OpenWhisk, an existing open source FaaS technology, was presented. Since then, the serverless team has been working to define what a serverless framework by and for a VMware-based infrastructure would look like. The resulting work is Dispatch, a new VMware-originated The post VMware Releases Dispatch, an Open Source Serverless Framework appeared first on Open Source .


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VCP6-NV Study Notes – Section 1 Understand…

VCP6-NV Study Notes – Section 1 Understand VMware NSX Technology and Architecture–Part 2

VCP6-NV Study Notes – Section 1 Understand…

Objective 1.3: Differentiate Physical and Virtual Network Technologies Differentiate logical and physical topologies, components and services Servers are interconnected by a physical network that a…Read More


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NSX 6.4 NOW GA!

NSX 6.4 NOW GA!

 

VMware’s virtual networking solution NSX for vSphere released an updated version on January 16th, 2018. NSX for vSphere version 6.4 was released with numerous enhancements to it. Below is a bullet list of what’s new in NSX for vSphere 6.4 as well as supporting links!

Spotlight New Features/Functionality:

  • Support for vSphere Client (HTML5) via plugin
  • Improved Navigation Menu
  • Identity Firewall (IDFW) now supports RDSH
  • Distributed Firewall
    • Distributed Firewall (DFW) adds layer-7 application-based context for flow control and micro-segmentation planning. Application Rule Manager (ARM) now recommends security groups and policies for a cohesive and manageable micro-segmentation strategy.
  • Support for BGP and static routing over GRE tunnels
  • Upgrade Coordinator – Single portal that manages NSX-V upgrades
  • Multi syslog support for up to 5 syslog servers
  • JSON support
  • New packet capture tab in UI

Interoperability: 

  • Supports vCenter versions 6.0U2 to 6.5U1
  • Supports vRealize Automation (vRA) 7.3 and 7.2
  • Support for in place upgrades from NSX 6.2 and on
  • NSX-V 6.1.X is now EOA/EOGS as of January 15, 2017
  • vCloud Network & Security (vCNS) edges no longer supported. Users must upgrade to an NSX Edge before upgrading to NSX 6.3 or later
  • NSX for vSphere 6.2.x will reach End of General Support (EOGS) on August 20 2018.
  • This is the first version of NSX-V not to support ESXi/vCenter 5.5

 

NSX for vSphere 6.4 Resources: