Posts Tagged ‘tenant’

Cross-VC NSX: Multi-site Deployments with Ease and Flexibility

Friday, August 5th, 2016


 
I also published this blog post about the ease and flexibility of multi-site deployments with Cross-VC NSX on the VMware NSX Network Virtualization Blog on August 5, 2016. The full blog post is provided below and can also be seen on the VMware NSX Network Virtualization Blog site. (more…)

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Dell VRF-lite & VMware NSX: Multitenancy Across Physical & Logical Networks

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

Please checkout the white paper Dell Networking: Multitenancy Across Physical and Logical Environments with VRF-lite and VMware NSX. In the white paper I discuss use cases and how NVO and VRF-lite can be used together to deploy a consistent multitenant framework across logical and physical networks. In this short blog, I expand on the concept I presented in a prior blog, Multitenancy on Dell Networking Switches via VRF-lite, of how NVO and VRF-lite together can be used to deploy a consistent multitenant framework across logical and physical networks. (more…)

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Multitenancy on Dell Networking Switches via VRF-lite

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Check out the Dell Networking: Multitenancy with VRF-lite white paper. I describe in detail how multitenency can be achieved on supported Dell Networking switches via Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF). VRF-lite supports multitenancy by allowing multiple different routing tables within one physical L3 switch/router. This allows for a multitenant network without having to buy additional hardware. In the diagram directly below, each color represents a different customer tenant utilizing the same IP address space (overlapping IP addresses). Such a setup can also be useful for development and testing where traffic isolation is needed; the overlapping IP addresses can be used for ensuring consistency between each development/test environment. (more…)

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