Deployment of VMware NSX-T for Workload Domains with Multiple Availability Zones provides step-by-step instructions for extending a Standard SDDC with a virtual infrastructure workload domain that uses VMware NSX-T for software-defined networking and vSAN for multiple Availability Zones.
The Deployment of VMware NSX-T for Workload Domains with Multiple Availability Zones document is intended for architects and administrators who want to deploy NSX-T in a virtual infrastructure workload domain with vSAN stretched clusters for tenant workloads.
Required VMware Software
Deployment of VMware NSX-T for Workload Domains with Multiple Availability Zones is compliant and validated with certain product versions. See VMware Validated Design Release Notes for more information about supported product versions.
|VMware Validated Design Version||NSX-T Version|
Deploy the management workload domain with multiple Availability Zones and optionally the initial virtual infrastructure workload domain according to VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center in a dual region configuration. See the VMware Validated Design documentation page.
|14 JUL 2020||The content is now updated for the VMware Validated Design 5.1.2 release.|
|14 OCT 2019||Set sfo01-w-uplink01 and sfo01-w-uplink02 as the N-VDS instances for the transport zones for uplink traffic for the NSX-T Edge nodes. See Add the NSX-T Edge Nodes to the Transport Zones for NSX-T Workload Domains with Availability Zones.|
|13 SEP 2019||Set the Service Certificate setting to No when you import the certificate for the virtual IP address of the NSX-T Manager cluster. See Import the CA-Signed Certificates for the NSX-T Manager Cluster for NSX-T Workload Domains with Availability Zones.|
|03 SEP 2019||Initial release.|