I have previously written about how to deploy the NSX Advanced Load Balancer (aka Avi Vantage) and configured it for use with vSphere with Tanzu.
As things move quickly in tech I wanted to do a refresh of this, as there has been a change in the Avi UI and in the vSphere workload management setup.
Recently I passed the VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer(Avi) for Operators Skills exam (5V0-43.21) exam. This blog post is a quick write up on my preparations and resources to use while preparing for the exam
This post will take a closer look at the NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi) and how we can integrate it with a Kubernetes through the Avi Kubernetes Operator (AKO) to deliver Load Balancing services and Ingress capabilities
When trying to change the NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi) license to the Essentials edition after Tanzu was up and running we ran into some issues. This post covers how we worked around them, and how to do this the 'right way'