TagSD-WAN

Getting Started with the NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud API

As with any proper Software-Defined solution, NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud has an API to automate against. To be precise, the Orchestrator has an API to automate against. As you might have read in my post about the NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud Basics, the Orchestrator is the centralized management interface of the SD-WAN.

The Orchestrator provides you with a JSON-RPC API, which means you call it over HTTPS. It’s not a RESTful API, as all calls go through a POST query and authentication is handled in a somewhat strange way (more on that later). There are about 140 API endpoints … Read more

Learning NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud – Orchestrator Configuration Basics

This post is a part of my NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud series to dive deeper into the acquisition of VeloCloud by VMware, late last year. In an earlier post, I explained the concepts behind the architecture of NSX SD-WAN and with this post, I will dive into the VeloCloud Orchestrator (VCO) to see what you need to configure to generate an SD-WAN network. Please note that the Orchestrator can be used to monitor and troubleshoot the SD-WAN as well, I will cover those topics in a future post.

NSX SD-WAN Architecture - Orchestrator

VeloCloud Orchestrator (VCO) – What is it?

The VCO is the management … Read more

Learning NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud – The Basics

This post is a part of my NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud series to dive deeper into the acquisition of VeloCloud by VMware, late last year. I’ve had the privilege to play around with the virtual appliance for a couple of months with a physical appliance on the way. Expect more details in this series. 🙂

The upcoming chapters are building up the components that are in the VeloCloud portfolio and the components that you need to know.

Edge Appliances

An Edge Appliance is a physical or virtual appliance which is in the data path of your network traffic. It typically … Read more

Deploying VeloCloud on VMware vSphere

Hopefully you’ve heard the good news that VMware has acquired VeloCloud, including SD-WAN into the software-defined portfolio. This is especially exciting to me, as I get to branch out a little more into the WAN space, being in the Networking & Security BU. For me, it also means NEW TOYS! 🙂

VeloCloud primarily runs on hardware in a few flavors (no software without hardware), but they also have a VM form factor (which I’m sure will get extra attention in the future). I managed to get a hold of an OVA to run in my lab. While you … Read more

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