I finished off 2014 with a round of predictions about the future of network virtualization, and now I find myself preparing my VMworld® 2015 session on a similar topic. So as a preview of what I’ll be talking about in a few days(and later on at VMworld Europe), I thought it would be worth looking at how my predictions are playing out at this point in the year. One of the most important points in my end-of-year blog was that 2015 would be a year in which both the VMware NSX™ team and our customers would focus on issues of manageability and operations. This has certainly been the case, and is a good indicator of what we see as the maturing of both the product and the broader field ofnetwork virtualization. Customers don’t just want to argue about architectures, or kick the tires on a new technology, they want to go into production and operationalize NSX. We’ve had a large team focused on NSX operations this year, and they have gathered best practices and insights from the growing set of customers who are already in production. They are sharing that information back to our customer base in the form of a new operations guide , [...]
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