If you haven’t already, checkout my post on the VMware Network Virtualization blog where I describe and show a demo on Advanced VMware NSX Security Services with Check Point vSEC. Most of the information is from prior posts I had written on my personal blog here, but I do aggregate some information and add some additional details: Advanced VMware NSX Security Services with Check Point vSEC.
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I’ve written several prior articles on the VMware NSX network virtualization platform as it relates to security. NSX offers such a robust platform for security, I sometimes come across folks interested in NSX yet not aware of the full potential of NSX in terms of security. I hope to provide some additional insight in this short blog. (more…)
In a prior blog, I wrote about VMware NSX and Check Point vSEC integration for advanced security. Check out the VMware NSX Check Point vSEC demo on the VMware NSX YouTube channel or embedded directly below. In this demo, I step through a quick overview of Check Point vSEC, step through deployment, and show an example of URL Filtering and Application Identification. (more…)
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…)
Below is a link to the slide deck for a presentation I gave to some friends/colleagues for a Berkeley Virtualization and Cloud Computing certification course I took in early 2012. For my final project I did a XenServer, Hyper-V, and ESXi hypervisor comparison in regards to market share, architecture/installation, and APIs/coding. The project involved not only a presentation but coding for all three hypervisors – XenServer, Hyper-V, and ESXi. Technical details, demos, and coding examples are provided in the presentation. You can also download all code from either the download section of this site or for the latest code updates download from GitHub. (more…)
Everyone knows for the most part that technology, especially in Silicon Valley, is a fast moving beast. Nowadays, it’s not a field for people to get into halfheartedly; otherwise, you may find yourself being eatin’ alive by the competition. It’s a land and time where geeks and hardcore tech junkies flourish and those seeking a 9 to 5 job die off. With the speed at which technology is moving, even I, a devout hardcore tech junky whose personal and work life have commingled to a point of no distinction, find it hard to keep up. (more…)