vBrownbag TechTalks at vForum Sydney 2014 with NetApp

If you are going to be in Sydney for vForum then you should present a TechTalk. The signup form is here, go ahead and sign up now. With under two weeks to go until the conference it is time to welcome our first sponsor. NetApp are a new vBrownbag techtalk sponsor at vForum Sydney although they
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VMDownUnderground & TechTalks in Sydney

This year will be the fourth community party before vForum Sydney. Inspired by VMunderground and designed to let the VMware community come together before the conference starts this is one of the most fun parts of vForum. This year vForum in Sydney coincides with the OpenStack Summit in Paris, where I will be producing more
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This guest post is by David Espejo, who blogs at vcloudopia.wordpress.com, where you can find his back catalogue of posts. David writes in Spanish, so if you don’t speak Spanish be sure to use a browser that will translate for you. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.

It has been a while since I published the first part of this entry and well, it’s time to continue.

The more I learn about it, the harder it is to compress everything into a single blog post. On this occasion I will cover the implementation of VXLAN on a VMware vSphere environment and some of the following topics will be covered in subsequent posts:

A. VXLAN and the multicast requirement: three different levels of (in) dependence from Multicast

B. vCNs Edge as an efficient and cost-effective VXLAN gateway

C. A day in the life of a VXLAN frame