VMware NSX Data Center

Problems that solves

High costs

No automated business processes

IT infrastructure does not meet business tasks


Reduce Costs

Enhance Staff Productivity

Ensure Security and Business Continuity

Manage Risks

VMware NSX Data Center

VMware NSX Data Center is the network virtualization platform for the Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), delivering networking and security entirely in software


VMware NSX® Data Center is the network virtualization and security platform that enables the virtual cloud network, a software-defined approach to networking that extends across data centers, clouds, and application frameworks. With NSX Data Center, networking and security are brought closer to the application wherever it’s running, from virtual machines (VMs) to containers to bare metal. Like the operational model of VMs, networks can be provisioned and managed independent of underlying hardware. NSX Data Center reproduces the entire network model in software, enabling any network topology—from simple to complex multitier networks—to be created and provisioned in seconds. Users can create multiple virtual networks with diverse requirements, leveraging a combination of the services offered via NSX or from a broad ecosystem of third-party integrations ranging from next-generation firewalls to performance management solutions to build inherently more agile and secure environments. These services can then be extended to a variety of endpoints within and across clouds.

Networking in software VMware NSX Data Center delivers a completely new operational model for networking defined in software, forming the foundation of the software-defined data center (SDDC) and extending to a virtual cloud network. Data center operators can now achieve levels of agility, security and economics that were previously unreachable when the data center network was tied solely to physical hardware components. NSX Data Center provides a complete set of logical networking and security capabilities and services, including logical switching, routing, firewalling, load balancing, virtual private network (VPN), quality of service (QoS) and monitoring. These services are provisioned in virtual networks through any cloud management platform leveraging NSX Data Center APIs. Virtual networks are deployed non-disruptively over any existing networking hardware and can extend across data centers, public and private clouds, container platforms and bare-metal servers.

  • Protect applications with micro-segmentation at the workload level and granular security.
  • Reduce network provisioning time from days to seconds and improve operational efficiency through automation.
  • Gain consistent management of networking and security policies independent of physical network topology within and across data centers and native public clouds.
  • Obtain detailed application topology visualization, automated security policy recommendations and continuous flow monitoring.
  • Enable advanced, lateral threat protection on east-west traffic using the built-in, fully distributed threat prevention engine.

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Roles of Interested Employees

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Technical Officer

Chief Information Officer

Technical Management