2.4

Welcome back! In part 1 we had a look at some NSX-T management plane failure scenarios and how to recover from them. In this part we continue to investigate NSX-T recoverability at the data plane and more specifically the NSX Edge. Quick note If you ever experience an issue in your NSX-T production environment, the…

Read more NSX-T Recoverability – Part 2

Like everything else in life, stuff can break in your NSX-T environment too. When that happens it’s important to understand how to get things back on track again. In the following blog articles I’m going through a couple of NSX-T failure scenarios and look at how to recover from them. As usual I’m doing this…

Read more NSX-T Recoverability – Part 1

UPDATE 01/10/2019: As pointed out in the comments importing the NSX-T OpenAPI specification into Postman doesn’t work anymore. This is due to NSX-T OpenAPI specification not being totally compliant with the OpenAPI specification and Postman becoming less forgiving about this in newer versions. A workaround is to fetch the NSX-T OpenAPI specification in YAML format:…

Read more Getting Started with the NSX-T API and Postman

One of the first things to configure after deploying the NSX Manager nodes is backup. No NSX-T implementation should ever get configured let alone go live without a working backup (and restore) in place. Let’s have a look at how to set this up. Backup target NSX-T uses SFTP (TCP port 22) to transfer backup…

Read more Setting Up NSX-T Backup

Back in February VMware announced version 2.4 of NSX-T calling it a “landmark release in the history of NSX”. The new and enhanced features introduced in version 2.4 are indeed impressive: Converged NSX Manager appliance – bringing together management, policy, and central control services in one appliance with 3-node clustering support. Thus we now have…

Read more Upgrade to NSX-T 2.4