This blogpost discusses how the consumer-provider microsegmentation model works, its strengths and weaknesses, and why you might want to consider using this for your future micro-segmentation strategies.
In some recent engagements i've been involved in getting my customers started with a microsegmentations strategy, and one of the more obvious requests from people new to microsegmentation is to start with their infrastructure. Unfortunately, there is no real guidance out there for VCF + vRealize, and i found that a
A very brief one, but for a current project i'm working on LCM in a heavily locked down environment. So locked down in fact that even RDP to the servers is impossible, which makes making changing slightly impractical as everything has to go through the console. So the first issue
Recently, a customer of mine needed to modify a large number of vRA reservations to facilitate a migration, and because there's nothing wrong with being lazy, using powershell is always one of my go-to options. Using PowerVRA and some magic, instead of clicking through 200 reservations, we can reduce this
Note: As this is more of a reminder for myself so i don't forget next time, don't expect too much fluff. Last week i needed to demonstrate how to temporarily enable firewall rules using the NSX DFW for a customer use case that is pretty serious about zero trust policies.