In the previous chapters, we have discussed cross-vCenter NSX deployment. We will now look at configuring primary and secondary NSX managers in a multi-vCenter NSX deployment.
NSX 6.2 and later allows you to manage multiple vCenter NSX environments from a single primary NSX Manager.
Before we delve more deeply into primary and secondary NSX manager configuration, let's briefly go over the benefits of cross-vCenter NSX deployment.
Cross-vCenter NSX environments can be managed centrally. This means that organizations with multiple vCenter instances and multiple NSX instances can manage them all with one central primary NSX instance. With a cross-vCenter environment, you can increase the span of your logical VXLAN networks. This means the same logical VXLAN network is now available across multiple vCenters. Virtual machines on multiple vCenters can now be part of the same logical VXLAN network without any additional network changes...