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May 03, 2016


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Jason Jensen

This looks nice! How can the maximum number of nodes be 192 in a vxRack System with SDDC nodes?

Brad Elliott

Great post and update! This really helped clarify things for me - especially around the node types. Thanks!!

Tom Twyman

Chad - FYI, VMware Integrated Openstack isn't actually available, yet. VMware made some announcements at EMC World, but it is due to be released before the end of Q2, I believe... Not sure on exact dates, of course.

Chad Sakac

@Jason - thanks for asking! The current 192 node count limit as of the date of the post is a function of the switch design and the SDDC Manager rack count maximum. Expect this to increase!

@Brad - I'm glad!

@Tom - hmmm - let me check, I'm not sure about that, but you may be right...



please let me know, in our environment we have a plan to go SDDC phase by phase . in this case is there any convenient way to purchase VXrack without NSX licences.

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