NSX-T 2.4 could surpass NSX-V as VMware’s primary SDN platform

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VMware’s software-defined networking product NSX Data Center — commonly known as NSX-T — has nearly reached feature parity with NSX for vSphere — called NSX-V. At this rate, NSX-T might outpace NSX-V to become VMware’s primary SDN product. This could spell a major change for dedicated NSX-V users.

NSX-V integrates strictly with the vSphere Client using a plugin and the NSX Manager appliance. NSX-T connects vSphere Client to vCenter servers and ESXi hosts, but doesn’t require integration for management purposes. NSX-T comes with its own management interface that enables you to manage your entire deployment, whether you use vCenter, KVM hypervisors or cloud-based or container-based systems.

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