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NSX Master Class: Flow Based Troubleshooting

This session presents the virtualization visualization tool. vRealize Network Insight not only helps you find the issues on your overlay network, it can correlate when an underlay, such as a bad transceiver, is the true cause of the issue.
Having visibility into the whole eco structure, from the virtual machine up, enables you to quickly locate and mitigate issues that may have taken you to many different tools, and may have been GONE by the time you finished looking.
•Deep-dive into virtualization visualization with NSX
•Three demos highlighting vRealize Network Insight
Recorded Nov 29 2016 57 mins
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Neil Moore, Staff Systems Engineer, NSX Enterprise, VMware and Ron Fuller, Staff NSX System Engineer, VMware
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