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Organizations’ network systems are becoming increasingly more complex. With the expansion of the cloud, an increase in the number of employees working from home, growth in the number and diversity of devices being used, and new and ongoing security threats, networking professionals need to be both knowledgeable and have well-developed problem-solving skills.
This article – the first in a series explaining VMware offerings – is designed to simplify things. We hope to explain what specific VMware products do, why each one is important, and what skills you need to leverage them in your own organization. In this article, we’ll look at VMware NSX-T™ Data Center.
As organizations look to do more with fewer resources and better leverage scarce knowledge across their entire organization, they have found that the traditional hierarchical management structure no longer meets the needs of the business. Enterprises have turned to the matrix organizational structure for increased flow of information across departments and greater flexibility and responsiveness.
To understand the difference between Ethernet II and 802.3, you first must know how Ethernet works. While Ethernet cables transmit data, their role is relatively simple compared to that of the Ethernet card — also referred to as an adapter. It’s within the function of this card that you find the differences between Ethernet II and 802.3.
VMware software and products are popular among enterprises. However, they are also highly proprietary. So, unless you have had experience with VMware products, any experience with other software can only serve as a foundation for using vSphere and other software that VMware offers.
Virtualization is a constantly evolving process, with new platforms introducing tools every day that are designed to make the process of moving to the cloud simpler.
While the recent trend towards cloud computing might make it seem like virtualization is new, it has existed in some form for many decades.
Most of us have heard of "oversharing" in the social sense (i.e. giving out too many details of your personal life), but how about "under sharing" in the Windows Server realm? What does that even mean? Well, I sort of just made that up, but it does actually make some sense when you think about it in terms of creating a Windows Share that doesn’t provide enough permissions.
There are many challenges that come to the forefront as you begin the process of virtualizing the data center and moving away from the current physical network setup.
The Internet is not automatically a secure or safe place to be. We need to re-evaluate what it means to be secure in our online activities.