VMware Cloud on AWS Networking and Security

| May 14, 2019

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The VMware Cloud on AWS Networking and Security provides information about configuring networking and security for VMware Cloud on AWS. This information guides you in how to configure networking for both NSX for vSphere and NSX-T based SDDCs. Intended Audience This information is intended for anyone who wants to use VMware Cloud on AWS to create an SDDC that has the basic features required to run workloads in the cloud and can serve as a starting point for your exploration of additional features and capabilities. The information is written for readers who have used vSphere in an on-premises environment and are familiar with virtualization concepts. In-depth knowledge of vSphere or Amazon Web Services is not required.

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