Spotlight

The internet is continually evolving. Thirty years ago, only large enterprises owned big data centres and startups needed to invest large sums for their own servers1.If they becamesuccessful, they often had a very short time to increase their capacity by spending even more ininfrastructure. Times often were quite difficult for innovation. Today there are multiple cloud providers which allow startups and large organizations to rent“servers,” or rather computing resources, on a per-second basis and to adjust capacity in a few clicks.


OTHER LIVE WEBINARS

NSX-V to NSX-T Migration- Multi-DC Micro-Segmentation

February 16, 2022 | 8:30 PM PST

Learn how to migrate a multi data center environment from NSX-V Primary/Secondary to NSX-T Federation using cITopus using both Lift-n-Shift and In-Place migration options. cITopus Lift-n-Shift and InPlace migration utilities convert all NSX-V networking and security components including Logical Switches, Transport Zones, ESXi VxLAN, Edges, (Universal) Distributed Logical Router, (Universal) Sections, (Universal) Distributed Firewall Rules, (Universal) Security Groups, (Universal) Security Tags, IP Sets, and Dynamic Inclusions and Exclusions from multiple data centers into Federated NSX-T architecture. The demonstration will also include merging multiple NSX-V environments into a single NSX-T environment (Federated or Local). cITopus has capabilities to promote all NSX-V global objects to NSX-T federated, allowing users to manage all multi-dc objects form a single pane of glass, which is NSX-T Global Manager.
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Monitoring the Availability of Horizon Desktop and Applications Using Scoutbees.

February 03, 2022 | 8:30 AM PST

Ensuring that Horizon desktops or applications and their accompany network infrastructure is available is crucial in a Horizon deployment. To monitor key network resources and alert key personal when they are unavailable VMware announced at VMworld that they will be selling ControlUp’s synthetic monitoring solution - Scoutbees. In this session we will show you how easy it is to install and use Scoutbees.
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NSX-V to NSX-T Migration - Propagation from V to T

March 30, 2022 | 8:30 PM PDT

This presentation and demo will explain the need for propagating changes from NSX-V to NSX-T environments after the NSX-V to NSX-T migration is completed. This session will also include a demonstration of scheduling propagation from NSX-V to NSX-T using cITopus. The propagation process will automatically schedule migration of newly created NSX-V Universal and Global Micro-Segmentation to NSX-T Federated and Local environments. The demonstration will also include generation of propagation reports for auditing, reporting, and managing the overall propagation process. The presentation will also include content on migrating virtual machines live from on-premises environments to cloud environments i.e. VMC and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
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NSX-V to NSX-T Migration - In-Place Network Virtualization

March 02, 2022 | 8:30 PM EST

This presentation and demo include NSX-V to NSX-T Migration of Network Virtualization using cITopus In-Place Migration Utility. cITopus, NSX-V to NSX-T Migration tool, allows migration of 1 to many vCenter Clusters from NSX-V to NSX-T. cITopus automatically removes the NSX-V VIBs, installs NSX-T VIBs, creates NSX-T specific networks and micro-segmentation and migrates the VMs from NSX-V to NSX-T. cITopus also configures temporary IPSETs in NSX-V and groups in NSX-T to allow east west firewall rules to function normally for traffic between vms managed by NSX-V and NSX-T. In-Place migrations from NSX-V to NSX-T can be performed live without experiencing any virtual machine outages for some use cases. SPJ Solutions will share real-world example of how the live migration was performed without any VM outage for 1000s of VMs migrated from NSX-V to NSX-T using cITopus In-Place Migration Utility.
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Spotlight

The internet is continually evolving. Thirty years ago, only large enterprises owned big data centres and startups needed to invest large sums for their own servers1.If they becamesuccessful, they often had a very short time to increase their capacity by spending even more ininfrastructure. Times often were quite difficult for innovation. Today there are multiple cloud providers which allow startups and large organizations to rent“servers,” or rather computing resources, on a per-second basis and to adjust capacity in a few clicks.

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