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Learning VMware NSX - Second Edition

By : Ranjit Singh Thakurratan
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Learning VMware NSX - Second Edition

By: Ranjit Singh Thakurratan

Overview of this book

VMware NSX is a platform for the software-defined data center. It allows complex networking topologies to be deployed programmatically in seconds. SDNs allow ease of deployment, management, and automation in deploying and maintaining new networks while reducing and in some cases completely eliminating the need to deploy traditional networks. The book allows you a thorough understanding of implementing Software defined networks using VMware’s NSX. You will come across the best practices for installing and configuring NSX to setup your environment. Then you will get a brief overview of the NSX Core Components NSX’s basic architecture. Once you are familiar with everything, you will get to know how to deploy various NSX features. Furthermore, you will understand how to manage and monitor NSX and its associated services and features. In addition to this, you will also explore the best practices for NSX deployments. By the end of the book, you will be able to deploy Vmware NSX in your own environment with ease. This book can come handy if you are preparing for VMware NSX certification.
Table of Contents (17 chapters)
Title Page
About the Author
About the Reviewer
Customer Feedback

About the Reviewer

Renjith Menon is an IT systems engineer with over 12+ years of experience working in an environment covering IT systems administration, systems operations, systems health monitoring, systems upgrades, and deploying new software and services. He possesses diversified experience covering implementation of new systems and troubleshooting of software components along with maintenance and configuring of systems.

At work, on a daily basis, he deals with virtualization technologies, backup and replication technologies, most Microsoft server roles, and much more. He likes tech blogging and learning new technologies. He started his blogging journey back in 2007, and recently, he also started his personal blog.

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