Apr 10

NSX-T for vSphere with Kubernetes

NSX-T is the default networking solution that has been designed into vSphere with Kubernetes. Learn about the features that NSX-T provides for vSphere with Kubernetes in this lightboard video.

Rating: 5/5


Oct 27

Security with VMware NSX

During this session, we will be challenging modern security practices; covering how data-centers are typically built and how security is often bolted-on afterwards. With this knowledge, we will investigate how VMware NSX is drastically changing the security landscape. By giving the proper context to our data-center elements, organizations can automatically re-act to modern threats.

NOTE: This video is roughly 50 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5


Sep 18

Introduction to NSX Data Center for Security (SAI2026BU)

This session will focus on how VMware NSX Data Center helps to answer the question, “How do you secure applications that are widely distributed and constantly changing?” By making network security an intrinsic part of the environment on top of which applications and data live, NSX Data Center delivers security policies and controls that are as ubiquitous and agile as applications themselves, no matter where they live. Find out about context-aware micro-segmentation and other key capabilities of NSX Data Center that shrink the application attack surface and improve your overall security posture.

Speakers Alex Berger, Product Marketing, Networking and Security, VMware: Alex Berger is a Product Marketer with VMware’s Networking and Security business unit. His focus is on security products and their use cases, including VMware NSX and VMware AppDefense. Prior to joining VMware, Alex worked on enterprise security products addressing a range of security issues including data access governance, identity and access management, privileged identity management, and threat detection and response. Christopher Frenz, AVP of Information Security, Interfaith Medical Center:

Christopher Frenz is the Director of IT Infrastructure at Interfaith Medical Center and is an expert on healthcare security and privacy. He the author of the books “Visual Basic and Visual Basic .NET for Scientists and Engineers” and “Pro Perl Parsing”, as well as the author of numerous articles. Frenz holds many industry standard certifications, including CISSP, HCISPP, CISM, CISA, FIP, CIPP, CIPM, CIPT, and CCSK.

Rating: 5/5


Sep 20

VMware NSX Design: Reference Design for SDDC with NSX and vSphere: Part 2

VMworld 2017 NET1345BU – VMware NSX in Small Data Centers for Small and Medium Businesses.

NOTE: This video is roughly 60 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5


Sep 20

VMware NSX Design: Reference Design for SDDC with NSX and vSphere: Part 1

VMworld 2017 NET1535BE – VMware NSX Design: Reference Design for SDDC with NSX and vSphere: Part 1.

NOTE: This video is roughly 60 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5


Sep 12

Advanced VMware NSX: Demystifying the VTEP, MAC, and ARP Tables

VMworld 2017 NET1152BU – Introduction to VMware NSX.

NOTE: This video is roughly 55 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5


Sep 07

NSX Everywhere – The Foundation for the Digital Era

In this video, you’ll learn how NSX, VMware’s Network & Security Platform, is at the heart of accelerating digital business transformation. We’ll discuss how NSX drives four key strategic IT priorities:

    1. It delivers agility, security, and scalability Modern Data Centers, supporting innovation & growth
    2. It extends security from the data center to the Digital Workspace, supporting secure access to applications from anywhere on any device
    3. It allows you to Integrate Public Clouds consistently manage, connect, and secure applications across multiple private and public clouds
    4. Most critically, it Transforms Security so that data, apps, devices, data centers, and clouds are compliant and secure.

And we’ll discuss how these IT priorities are directly linked to business outcomes around o accelerating business agility and innovation. o delivering exceptional mobile experiences. o protecting brand and customer trust VMware NSX is the Network Virtualization & Security platform that helps our customers make the transition to the Digital Era. Get the NSX Mindset!

Rating: 5/5


Sep 05

Desktop Security with NSX

Most organizations continue to spend most of their security budget on securing their server infrastructure, implementing things like firewalls, intrusion prevention/detection systems and SIEM solutions. The reason for this is that’s where they consider their most prized possession to be, their data. But is that the correct stance? More and more cyber-attacks now start with phishing attacks on end users, using end user devices as the entry point of the attack. In this video we take a look at some typical desktop configurations, their possible vulnerabilities and where we can reduce the chance of attack by employing some simple changes without impacting desktop performance with NSX.

NOTE: This video is roughly 20 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5


Aug 30

VMware NSX in Small Data Centers for Small and Medium Businesses

VMworld 2017 NET1345BU – VMware NSX in Small Data Centers for Small and Medium Businesses.

NOTE: This video is roughly 60 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5


Jul 26

NSX – How do I know if I need it or not?

Not all data centers are created equal. Oh sure we believe NSX is the greatest thing since cornbread and chicken. The reality is any product that goes into your data center must be able to increase your efficiency while decreasing your overhead. Join Jimmy Ray Purser as he explains how the NSX Pre-Assessment tool works and how you can justify the need or not for moving towards a Software Defined Data Center. All without having to purchase a single thing! Free is good right?

Rating: 5/5