With the recent release of vRA 8.0, I have been receiving many questions from customers about how vRA 8 can leverage NSX-T. This blog series will focus on demonstrating how you can create vRA 8 blueprints that utilize NSX-T constructs. Here is a list of blogs that I am planning on creating for this series (as of March 15, 2020): Part 1: vRA 8 Blueprint with Existing NSX-T Networks Part 2: vRA 8 Blueprint with On-demand Routed NSX-T Networks Part 3: vRA 8 Blueprint with Existing Security Groups (network profile) Part 4: vRA 8 Blueprint with Existing Security Groups (vRA tag) Part 5: vRA 8 Blueprint with Existing Security Groups (segment port tag) Part 6: vRA 8 Blueprint with On-demand Security Groups Part 7: vRA 8 Blueprint with Existing NSX-T One-Arm Load Balancer Part 8: vRA 8 Blueprint with On-demand NSX-T One-Arm Load Balancer Part 9: vRA 8 Blueprint with On-demand NAT NSX-T Networks Note: the list of blogs is subject to change.
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