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VMware’s Speedy NSX Channel Rollout

VMware has rolled out NSX to the channel quickly, launching its first formal reseller program in February  2014, with a set of 14 “Elite” partners around the world that already were up to speed on SDN. Then in June  2014, VMware revealed pricing for NSX and began selling it through distribution.

Read: VMware NSX DataSheet

VMware in August 2014 launched a certification program for partners that have the technical chops to install, configure and manage NSX. In October, VMware unveiled its NSX Network Virtualization Competency, a comprehensive program that goes from entry-level certification all the way up to the most advanced certification, VCDX-NV.

->NTT Chooses VMware NSX for Global Cloud Infrastructure

VMware NSX reduces the time it takes to provision custom, multi-tier network topologies.  With VMware NSX you can expect to create an Enterprise Class Security Services in a matter seconds rather than weeks.

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Similar to a virtual machine for compute, a virtualized network is a fully functional network in a software container, provisioned independent of underlying hardware or topology.

VMware NSX brings virtualization to your existing network and transforms network operations and economics.  VMware offers several training classes to help further your career in this exciting new technology. Please visit www.VMWare.com for more information.

Read more about VMware Virtualization for Dummies 2.0


Published by Wiley


Published by Wiley, this VMware Special Edition of Virtualization 2.0 For Dummies can be downloaded
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