"There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.
A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production.
Too weird to live, and too rare to die."About this page
This is my personal wiki page where I blog / wiki all my technical adventures.
By writing about it I not only have the opportunity to keep up my knowledge but I am also sharing something to the community.
Latest articles and changes:
- The deployment (issues) of NSX Intelligence VM (version 1) with an HTTP server
- Extend the NSX-T default 90 days password-expiration policy
- Upgrade NSX-T 2.4.0 to 2.4.1
- Build an NSX-T 2.4.0 Manager-Controller cluster
- PART 1 - NSX-T (2.4) - Getting all crazy with low level DR and SR internal component routing - taking NSX-T internal routing to the next level
- The proper way of configuring syslog services on NSX-T components
- Getting a good NSX-T primer using the VMworld 2018 sessions
- Disaster recovery using Multisite (light) with NSX-T 2.4
- PART 2 - NSX-T (2.4) - Getting all crazy with low level DR and SR internal component routing - taking NSX-T internal routing to the next level
- Creating a Dashboard in vRealize Log Insight specifically to monitor the NSX Edge Firewall
- Deploying, configuring and testing HCX based migration between my home lab and VMC on AWS
- RPF setting and NSX Edges in ECMP mode
- The NSX PowerOPS Tool unleashed
- VXLAN and Unicast, Hybrid and Multicast mode with NSX - the IGMP querier explained
- Only allow specific DHCP servers within your Layer 2 Broadcast Domain with the NSX DFW
- Create Universal Security Policies with Cross-VC NSX active/active site deployments
- Running NSX on top of vSAN (with vSAN Calculator in Google Spreadsheet)
- Routing with NSX using multiple sites using Locale ID (with eBGP all the way)
- DVS NIC teaming load balancing options and NSX interoperability
Latest technologies I am working / testing with:
With the Software Defined Data Center "revolution" network virtualization is one of the three important pillars to build on. With the full integration on VMware's other products it can be even more powerful.In the VMware section you will my personal archive of the stuff that I tested out in my lab environment.
The "core" consist typically of vCenter servers, Platform Services Controllers and ESX hosts.In the VMware section I will be showcasing / testing some of the most powerfull features of the "core".
This can be of any vendor, from Juniper to Cisco to Arista or maybe even Cumulus.In the (general) networking section I am going to test different features of different vendors and document them so you can learn from this as well.
Vendors that I have worked with: