This is part 2 of a series of videos discussing vSphere with Tanzu on NSX-T where I will demonstrate how to configure and operate a vSphere with Tanzu on NSX-T. In this video we look at the vSphere prerequisites and go through the Workload Management configuration wizard to setup our first Supervisor Cluster.
This is part 1 of a series of videos discussing vSphere with Tanzu on NSX-T where I will demonstrate how to configure and operate vSphere with Tanzu on NSX-T.
In this video I’ll go over the required configuration in NSX-T to start with vSphere with Tanzu.
In this blog post I will describe a new feature where NSX-T 3.1 and later supports Inter TEP communication within the same host. Edge TEP IP can be on the same subnet and VLAN as the local hypervisor TEPs. This is beneficial for collapsed cluster topologies where Edge Node VMs are running on vSphere Hosts which are configured for NSX-T, as Transport Nodes. There are a lot of topologies where there is a collapsed Compute & Edge or Management & Edge Clusters where this feature is beneficial.
This example shows how you can use the Terraform NSX-T Provider to quickly configure an Active-Active Tier-0 with a Tier-1 and a 3-tier app topology.