VMware preps network software to support distributed work, faster application delivery
VMware is extending its core virtual networking product family in an effort to help companies build infrastructure that can stand up to today’s challenges, including the shift to remote work and the need to securely move applications across the distributed enterprise.
The enhancements span VMware’s Tanzu, NSX and SD-WAN products, which fall under the company’s Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) architecture. VCN defines how customers can built and control network connectivity and security from the data center across the WAN to multi-cloud environments. The company’s core networking software, VMware NSX, underpins the VCN architecture, which also includes analytics capabilities.
Source:: Network World – Data Center