Spotlight

Planning how to equip your workers for their everyday IT needs through End-User Computing (EUC), used to be far easier: everyone had a PC, some were portable and some were tied to a desk. The main questions to answer were the choice of model and supplier, but once those had been answered, deployments could proceed almost automatically. Now it’s much harder. The last few years have brought a rapid expansion in the range of technology decisions you need to make. Smartphones and tablets have gone mainstream, challenging the “everyone gets a PC” assumption, and many users now require or expect multiple devices. Globalization and connectivity have lead to far more dispersed workforces and advances in mobile technology have brought new ways for them to connect.

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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NSX-V to NSX-T Migration - No Downtime

March 16, 2022 | 8:30 PM PDT

This presentation and demo will include explanation and demonstration of virtual machine migration from NSX-V to NSX-T without any downtime of the VMs. cITopus VM Migration Utility will be demonstrated for live migration of VMs from NSX-V to NSX-T. Such operation is possible using an NSX-T Bridge, which can be deployed into NSX-V using a point-n-click wizard from cITopus. When virtual machines are migrated along with the Gateway, the VMs will experience a small outage (usually less than 15 seconds) for the gateway switchover from NSX-V to NSX-T. cITopus VM Migration Utility creates everything that the virtual machines need, including segments, ateways, micro-segmentation, vCenter Tags, Temporary IPSETs and Groups in source and destination to minimize downtime and eliminate manual tasks. 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 - NSX-V Load Balancer (HA-Proxy) Migration to AVI

April 13, 2022 | 8:30 PM PDT

This presentation and demo will include the migration of NSX-V Native Load Balancer (HA-Proxy) to AVI. The migration will include the migration of Load Balancer configurations including Virtual Servers, Server Pool, Pool Members, Application Profiles, and Services (Protocol/Port). cITopus, NSX Automation and Management tool, will be used for this demonstration. cITopus AVI Deployment Utility automatically deploys and configures AVI Controllers, and Service engines. cITopus also configures the Service Engines with NSX-T routers to build One-Armed load balancer topology. cITopus also migrates NSX-V load balancer configurations to AVI.
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NSX-V to NSX-T Migration - Pre-Migration Analysis.

February 02, 2022 | 8:30 PM PST

This presentation and demo will explain the pre-migration analysis process of NSX-V to NSX-T migration efforts. Organizations embarking on NSX-V to NSX-T migration initiatives need to know the cost, effort, risk, timeframe and skill set requirements to plan for the migration. Organizations are concerned about the type, length, and impact of each outage (ESXi, VMs, Overlay and Underlay Networking, Micro-Segmentation, Dynamic Routing) to be able to manage notifications and unplanned outages. The demo will showcase the use of cITopus to produce diagrams, assessment reports, and simulation reports from NSX-V environments.
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Spotlight

Planning how to equip your workers for their everyday IT needs through End-User Computing (EUC), used to be far easier: everyone had a PC, some were portable and some were tied to a desk. The main questions to answer were the choice of model and supplier, but once those had been answered, deployments could proceed almost automatically. Now it’s much harder. The last few years have brought a rapid expansion in the range of technology decisions you need to make. Smartphones and tablets have gone mainstream, challenging the “everyone gets a PC” assumption, and many users now require or expect multiple devices. Globalization and connectivity have lead to far more dispersed workforces and advances in mobile technology have brought new ways for them to connect.

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