The Distributed Firewall in NSX for vSphere is comprised of a number of memory allocations. These memory allocations are also known as heaps. These are allocated based on the amount of physical memory that a server has. The memory heaps…

There was a request on the internal PowerShell slack channel. It was about how to make over 4,000 Security Groups and probably as many Security Tags for NSX. PowerNSX fits very well here. The requirement was to take the given…

Lok’tar Warchief, Today is a blog of a different kind. On my last trip to America I ventured to a place called Irvine. Irvine, California in the Orange County is home to a number of cool things. For me, this…

I was chatting to a colleague recently and they were talking about using NSX Edge Gateway for load balancing a distributed install of vRA7. Amongst other things they mentioned that it would be good to consistently deploy a new load…

Just a small note – another version for NSX for vSphere. Some good improvements. Check out some of the better ones below. The release notes have more. More to come in some following blogs. What’s new?  Expanding physical connectivity options— by…

PowerNSX has been a focus of mine for a little while. I also have a penchant  for Log Insight. I like the product. I have outlined previously a blog here for approaching the segmentation of any application with Log Insight…

VMworld Public voting is on now. There is information about each session and public members are encouraged to vote for interesting sessions. Alas there is not author detail about who is presenting or additional information that was asked for when…

The other week I presented at both Melbourne and Sydney VMware User Group conferences. This was a one day conference that consists of vendors, community, and partner presentation. The focus is on technical content for users by users. I submitted…