At the VMworld 2013, Brocade announced a new network virtualization gateway based on its VCS Fabric technology.
The new network virtualization, according to Brocade, enables customers to bridge logical networks with physical resources to provide a unified data center architecture.
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Brocade on Monday said it has collaborated with VMware to integrate VMware NSX with industry-leading Brocade VCS Fabric technology to unify physical and virtual environments with the Brocade VCS Gateway for VMware NSX.
At VMworld 2013, the company will demonstrate the Brocade VCS Gateway for VMware NSX.
The Brocade VDX switch family, running VCS Fabric technology, serves as the foundation for the new gateway. This solution can be deployed as a single switch or as a fabric of switches.
“Today’s introduction of the Brocade VCS Gateway for VMware NSX advances the capabilities of our VCS Fabric technology by unifying physical and virtualized resources within the data center,” said Jason Nolet, vice president, Data Center Networking, at Brocade.
The Brocade VCS Gateway for VMware NSX offers a number of benefits for seamless transition from legacy to cloud-based architectures.
The Brocade VCS Gateway for VMware NSX solution will be available in the fourth quarter of 2013, Brocade said.
“Brocade and VMware are helping customers integrate physical and virtual networks that can be viewed and managed as a single unified infrastructure. This will help customers radically simplify IT through a new network operations model,” said Hatem Naguib, vice president, cloud networking and security, at VMware.