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VMware NSX-T 3.0: 5 New Features You Need To Know

CRN breaks down five new features and functionalities in VMware’s new NSX-T 3.0.

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NSX-T 3.0 Supports New vRealize Network Insight 5.2

In addition to NSX-T 3.0, VMware Wednesday unveiled vRealize Network Insight version 5.2. VMware’s vRealize Network Insight will now support NSX-T 3.0, available as on-premises software or Software as a Service.

VMware vRealize Network Insight 5.2 includes new flow-based application discovery, leveraging unsupervised learning, enriched network flows and advanced application labeling algorithms to discover application and tier boundaries. These new features provide insight into network communication density, application patterns and enhanced security recommendations. Other enhancements with vRealize Network Insight 5.2 include AWS Direct Connect support, VMware SD-WAN application and business policy statistics, and enhanced Kubernetes visibility.

“This literally is taking the load off of IT [administrators] that had to manually configure these and put it in this machine-learning algorithm,” said Sanjay Uppal, senior vice president and general manager of VMware’s SD-WAN VeloCloud business unit. “Now, within the space of a few minutes or hours, we can tag all the traffic that is going across.”

The vRealize Network Insight 5.2 platform offers end-to-end network visibility and analytics to optimize network performance and troubleshoot the entire Virtual Cloud Network—including the virtual overlay and physical underlay—spanning data centers, multi-cloud environments and remote office or branch locations. “Now what you can do, for a transaction that you have from the LAN of the branch all the way to the data center, you can segment it out and say, ‘How much of your latency budget was spent in the LAN versus the WAN versus the data center?” said Uppal.





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