3 Ways NSX Completes Network Virtualization Model for Service Providers

GUEST BLOG | December 2, 2016

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With 86% of data centers expected to be virtualized by 2016, IT is making great strides as far as storage and compute are concerned. It is pretty common to provision virtual machines in seconds, provide mobility, move workloads in a live environment, and even add or remove storage from a VM.But, for the majority of networks, there seems to be a delay in becoming completely virtualized. Currently, a network may have a mix of components that are provisioned manually or piecemealed hardware with their own rules and management framework. For cloud service providers whose business depends on providing cloud-based infrastructure and application services to end customers, the inability to automate networking underneath the cloud-based compute resources can be a key blocker to providing the right type of service experience for end customers. As a result, current network models do not provide a complete end-to-end automatic experience for end customers, nor do they address concerns about virtualization inside the host between VMs, including firewall and routing rules.

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