Custom Pattern as a Classification Value on NSX Data Security Regulation

Please note: as of NSX 6.2.3, the NSX Data Security feature has been deprecated. In NSX 6.2.3, you can continue to use this feature at your discretion, but be aware that this feature will be removed from NSX in a future release. Official communication available on the release notes for the (now pulled) NSX 6.2.3 Deprecated section […]

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NSX 6.2.3 released – new features&fixes

VMware NSX 6.2.3 has been released on 09-June 2016, see the Release notes – What’s new section. One big new feature introduced is the support for 3rd-party hardware L2 gateway integration, useful for instance when migrating physical workloads into an “NSX enabled” environment (don’t forget the controllers see issue 1477280). Be sociable, share!

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NSX API call flowstats badly documented /app required

Quick post to share a discovery I made when playing with the NSX APIs. Specifically I’m talking about the flowstats call and the fact that it is wrongly documented on all versions of the NSX API Guide available at https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/nsx_pubs.html and this drove me mad for some time before I figured out what the problem was. I must […]

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Delete an orphan object from vRealize Automation Portal

Lately I’ve been working a lot with vCO and vRA, specifically last few days I had a full immersion with Dynamic Types. I faced a problem where a vRA object (backed up by a vRO dynamic type) failed to deleted because the orchestrator workflow being called by the Advanced Service Designer resource action failed. Be sociable, […]

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