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Achieving Perfect Balance—How VMware IT Solved Load Balancer Challenges Using NSX Advanced Load Balancer (formerly Avi Networks)
The load balancer landscape is changing rapidly, and more workloads are being moved to the cloud. There is also growing demand for these load balancers to be elastic.

At VMware, our legacy load balancer lacked flexibility, cloud capabilities, and elasticity. Native load balancers provided by major cloud providers were not advanced enough to support our application requirements. The solution? NSX Advanced Load Balancer.

Hear how VMware IT solved its load balancer problems using the NSX solution. Topics covered include an architecture review, migration planning, Day Two operations, use cases (on-premises deployments, cloud deployments, integration with Kubernetes containers), and lessons learned.

• How to plan NSX workload migrations
• How to seamlessly integrate NSX Advanced Load Balancer with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid
• How to confidently secure workloads in the cloud

Aug 13, 2020 09:00 AM in India

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Swapnil Hendre
Director, Solutions Engineering and Design @VMware
Swapnil Hendre is a Director of Solutions Engineering and Design in VMware IT. He is responsible for architecting solutions for public and private clouds and is responsible for leading solution architecture from inception to production in VMware IT. With more than 16+ years of IT experience, he is one of IT’s resident experts on the design and implementation of NSX micro-segmentation and VMware Cloud on AWS in IT’s Infrastructure and Cloud Operations. Previously, he has worked for Symantec, HP, CSC and Nortel.
Preethy G
Solutions Engineer @VMware
Preethy G is a Solutions Engineer working on global projects such as NSX Advanced Load Balancer (formerly AVI Networks), NSX deployments, and migration to VMware Cloud on AWS. She is also responsible for advocating and implementing VMware solutions to help VMware IT meet business requirements—from inception to go-live. Preethy has been with VMware since 2015 and holds several professional certifications, including a VMware Certified Professional (VCP).