Sharpen your edge with VMware Virtual Cloud Network


VMware has released a new video which gives a general insight into its Virtual Cloud Network, a software-defined network built on VMware’s NSX technology.

According to VMware, the Virtual Cloud Network should deliver a secure, pervasive connectivity for apps and data, wherever they are located, from the data center to the cloud, to the edge.

In addition to offering end-to-end connectivity, wherever the data is located and without data silos, the Virtual Cloud Networking also offers security, by compartmentalizing the network through micro-segmentation, encrypting in-flight data, and automatically detecting and responding to security threats, as well as offers insights, by moving the intelligence from hardware to software, allowing insights from apps and data to be drawn securely.

VMware offers several products for the Virtual Cloud Network, including NSX Data Center, NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud, NSX Cloud, vRealize Network Insight, AppDefense, and NSX Hybrid Connect.

You can check out the video above and find more details on VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network over at their website.


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Slobodan Simic is foremost an IT enthusiast who discovered his knack for writing, which lead to becoming both an IT journalist and later an Editor for a number of publications. He has been covering anything from the consumer- and professional-oriented hardware to software markets and networks. With a focus on chasing down leads, making sure that fresh content is ready for publishing, as well as keeping up with the evergrowing and evolving IT world, writing has become more of his passion rather than just a job.