The virtual network design example illustrates an implementation for a management application virtual network.

The figure shows an example for implementing a management application virtual network.

Figure 1. Example Application Virtual Network




The example is set up as follows.

  • You deploy vRealize Automation on the application virtual network that is used to fail over applications between regions. This network is provided by a VXLAN virtual wire (orange network).

  • The network that is used by vRealize Automation connects to external networks through NSX for vSphere. NSX ESGs and the UDLR route traffic between the application virtual networks and the public network.

  • Services such as a web browser-based user interface, which must be available to the end users of vRealize Automation, are accessible via the NSX Edge load balancer.

The following table shows an example of a mapping from application virtual networks to IPv4 subnets. The actual mapping depends on the customer environment and is based on available IP subnets.

Note:

The following IP ranges are an example. Your actual implementation depends on your environment.

Application Virtual Network

Management Applications

Internal IPv4 Subnet

Mgmt-xRegion01-VXLAN

vRealize Automation (includes vRealize Business)

vRealize Operations Manager

192.168.11.0/24

Mgmt-RegionA01-VXLAN

vRealize Log Insight

UMDS

192.168.31.0/24