One of the most common and yet complex networking designs in Azure is interconnecting Azure IaaS workloads deployed in a Virtual Network, vSphere virtual machines in an Azure VMware Solution private cloud, and on-premises networks. My esteemed colleague Robin Heringa kindly gave me access to an AVS cluster, so armed with the fantastic possibilities that … Continue reading Azure VMware Solution networking voodoo
Lately there seems to be a lot of buzz in the press about combining Cisco ACI and VMware NSX to achieve a comprehensive SDN solution. Nothing bad with that, other than it creates some times the perception that NSX and ACI need themselves mutually. And hence this post, since I disagree with this perspective. First … Continue reading Are ACI and NSX complementary solutions?
Oh yeah, another 4-letter acronym in the CV! Today I am very happy to have passed the VCXN610 exam, the final obstacle before achieving the VCIX-NV cert. After all the study and lab time, I have gained some experience with NSX for vSphere, and I would like to summarise here some of my thoughts about … Continue reading VCIX-NV in the bag!