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Dust off your CD collection… or start digging up your thousands of .mp3 tracks – we’re about to kick it back a couple decades!

So, you listened to Episode #027 but you still have *so* many remaining questions about enterprise & small business networks: What are good practices for setting up ESXi and vSphere networking? Should I put management vmkernel ports on Standard or Distributed virtual switches? Nexus or Catalyst switching? And perhaps you’re wondering: How the heck did Matt Cozzolino pick up networking design and implementation skills when he came to IVOXY as a system engineer?

Get answers to all those questions and more by settling in and giving Episode #028 a listen. Yette and Cozz also cover:

  • Best practices for VLAN tagging of both management and virtual machine port groups (and the benefits of ephemeral port groups!)
  • Whether or not to aggregate links for various use cases and what has to happen with your networking team when you need to rebuild servers.
  • The differences between networking using only faculties in vCenter versus those new paradigms when NSX-T is deployed into a cloud or on-prem environment.
  • And from Geezer Corner – how back in the day Napster, AIM, port-blocking, and colleges could make for a very challenging network environment to optimize and secure.

Keep those episode suggestions rolling in to the IVOXY Data Center Therapy comment box, and as always please share with your friends & coworkers if you enjoy our show. Maintain the strength of your system and network hygiene (as well as your own!) and please continue to like and subscribe wherever great podcasts are found.

About Data Center Therapy

IT talk with a healthy dose of empathy: Hosts Matt Yette & Matt Cozzolino draw on their combined 40+ years of infrastructure experience as they discuss the ever-changing technology landscape – from virtualization to storage, security to networking, and everything in between.

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