As many of you may know, we opened this Early Access sub-community to provide you an opportunity to download and discuss pre-released design materials for the VMware Validated Designs. We want you discover the latest content for blueprints that are in development and learn about the direction of the next generation architectures.
Today I get to announce the fruits of the past few months of my labor, NSX-T in a Workload Domain. This early access design covers the architecture and design elements for adding NSX-T to a VMware Validated Design workload domain.
We want to hear from you. So dive into this latest early access content and share your feedback directly with our architects and product managers!
Hey Mike, great work!
I was wondering though why figure 1-4 shows an NSX-V prepared management cluster? It looks like NSX-V is a requirement for an NSX-T VVD, while surely it is not?
The VVD requires NSX-V in the management cluster. It's not an NSX-T requirement but a VVD one.
Just reading through and noticed that Table 2-3 Jumbo Frames Design Decisions mentions that Geneve overlay required an MTU value of 1600 bytes or greater.
Then later in the document under Table 2-16 Geneve Overlay Design Decisions & in the NSX-T - Physical Network Requirements sections it mentions that MTU size of 1700 or greater.
Pretty sure it should be a consistent minimum of 1700 or greater.
An updated GA version is now available.