Just a quick reference post… William Lam has done a fantastic job of amalgamating a list of community-sourced home lab builds that serve as a great source of inspiration and instruction.
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Updates, updates, updates… I step through closing out 2019 by adding a fourth host to the vSAN cluster, bringing vSphere up to 6.7U3, completing the NSX-T 2.4 migration, and most of all: consolidating storage and data plane traffic to the N-VDS.
I also explore Brocade VCS fabrics and how they can be used to create layer 2 redundancy at top-of-rack.
I’ve had the privilege of consuming F5 BIG-IP and Avi Networks within the lab for quite some time, but still asked on numerous occasions to provide guidance on how to load balance Workspace ONE Access with NSX.
In this brief technical post, I document the configuration for load balancing a full Workspace ONE Access cluster in production with NSX-T.
I mentioned in my inaugural post that attempting to cover the network design for the #homelab in one post wasn’t going to cut it.
Alas, this post dives deep into the network design of the VP lab, the physical underlay used in the architecture, and the areas which I plan to reshape in the future.
The time has finally come for an inaugural VP blog post, and what better way to kick this off than covering the #homelab?
Get an inside look at the VP #homelab high level design in terms of Compute, Network and Storage components.