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Overview

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Most people know that NSX-T has a built-in Load Balancer, but very few people have actually deployed it!

In this course, we’ll briefly go over some core load balancing concepts, and dive right into implementing the NSX-T Load Balancer. Specifically, we’ll cover:

  • The difference between the Native NSX LB and the new Avi Networks LB (NSX ALB)

    • Note: This course covers 90% Native NSX LB, but there is brief coverage of the Avi LB/NSX ALB in this course

  • Core LB Concepts (pools, virtual servers/VIPs, persistence, health monitors)

  • NSX-T LB Concepts (components, where the load balancer runs, and more)

  • How to implement NSX-T Load Balancing from Scratch

    • NOTE: You must have NSX-T stood up already if you want to follow along. I do show you my lab details in this lesson (including my full NSX-T configuration), but I cover the deployment of NSX-T in my NSX-T Fundamentals Part ONE course)

  • How to setup passive and active health monitors

  • The difference between L4 and L7 Virtual Servers

  • How NSX-T ensures High Availability of LB Services

  • How to rewrite HTTP requests based on the URL and send them to a different pool or URL

  • ..a lot more

About Me:

My name is Mike, and I truly love teaching others about VMware technologies. I currently hold two Cisco CCIE certifications, as well as other certifications, and have 20 years of experience in IT. It’s my goal to make sure that you walk way from my course feeling more confident and knowledgeable than before. I read ALL student feedback, am very active to student messages and Q&A, and I regularly update my courses based on student feedback. I hope you love my course, and if you don’t, please let me know so I can make it better.

Expected Outcomes

  1. How to configure NSX-T Load Balancing from scratch
  2. How NSX-T ensures High Availability of LB services
  3. What monitors are and how to configure them