m1xed0s
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Will there be NSX 6.5 for vSphere?

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As of 15th July, NSX 6.4 for vSphere still have the end of general support in Jan 2021...So will it be the last major version of the NSX for vSphere? Or I need to start rolling out NSX-T for greenfield customers now...?

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serbl
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Yes they have feature parity since 2.4

Introducing NSX-T 2.4 – A Landmark Release in the History of NSX - Network Virtualization

From here on new features will be added to NSX-T that won’t be added to NSX-v.

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daphnissov
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You should start rolling out NSX-T for greenfield customers now...unless they have a specific requirement which it cannot currently meet.

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m1xed0s
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So NSX for vSphere is really dying...

Does NSX-T now support the cross vCenter?

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daphnissov
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It supports multi-site right now, but even in 2.4 it is...limited.

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m1xed0s
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Okey, so NSX-T has feature parity to NSX-V now? If not, is there a quick list of missing features in NSX-T?

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serbl
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Yes they have feature parity since 2.4

Introducing NSX-T 2.4 – A Landmark Release in the History of NSX - Network Virtualization

From here on new features will be added to NSX-T that won’t be added to NSX-v.

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Best regards, Rutger
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m1xed0s
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Thanks!

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