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Thinking About VMware vSphere Networking Design Choices

In VMware vSphere, there are an infinite number of ways to accomplish almost anything. Many architects and administrators tend to do things “their” way, from location they install ESXi to, to the way they access a virtual machine in vCenter.  When it comes to making VMware vSphere networking design choices, the same holds true. VMware …

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Resources for Getting Started with VMware NSX

VMware NSX, VMware’s Network Virtualization and Security platform is one of their hottest technology platforms.  VMware NSX is all about micro segmentation, a policy based method for ensuring resources are configured with the appropriate security settings. There is, of course, tremendous business value provided by a technology such as this.  Before we talk about this, let’s …

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Get Set With PowerCLI and Distributed Virtual Switches, Part 1

This article is a continuation of the series I like to call Fumbling Through PowerCLI. My goal is to provide an overview of learning and using PowerCLI by logically working through how to accomplish common administrative tasks. I also like to demonstrate how we can use features within PowerCLI to teach ourselves, and well, fumble …

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