Changing demands on today’s colocation data center requires new strategies to keep pace with new business and security requirements. Rather than rip and replace enterprise components, more CIOs are adopting software-defined networking (SDN). This allows for the networking functions to be abstracted from the physical systems, separating the control plane and the data plane to make it easier to reconfigure data centers using software.
To meet this demand, VMware has developed NSX as the software-defined virtualization platform for VMware’s Software Defined Data Center (SDDC), allowing you to treat data center resources as virtual machines. With NSX, you can abstract your physical network as if it were a single pool of data transport capacity, with networking and security services attached using policies for the virtual machines. NSX enables the use of virtual machines within the SDDC, making it simple and more cost-effective to adapt networking and security policies to changing business needs.
NSX provides a variety of new applications and use cases for the SDDC. In addition, NSX usually pays for itself in a single use case.
Here are just a few of the benefits VMware NSX delivers:
Applying VMware NSX to provide virtualization for the SDDC extends the capabilities of the traditional network infrastructure while supporting existing operations faster and more cost-effectively. NSX is a strategic approach to networking that automates data center configuration and drives increasing value over time. And with OneNeck’s enterprise experts to guide you, the return on your SDDC and NSX investment will continue to grow.
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