VMware NSX Stability

Andres Hurtado
Director with 51-200 employees
The stability is great. That's one of the things that we can quantify and leverage through NSX, because it's less complex. We have the availability to manage multiple things at the same time. We can identify problems before they manifest. View full review »
Technolo19ac
Technology Manager
It's pretty stable. Just deploy it and just forget about it. It's also robust, flexible, and scalable. View full review »
MichaelGonzalez
VMware NSX Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
So far, it's been very stable. I've used it since the very beginning and it's been very stable in the beginning, and as they've added more and more features, it's become more and more stable in the environment; that is, better in the environment because we're able to use more and more features within it. View full review »
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Paul Walsh
VMware Administrator at Ryanair
The solution is robust as it covers everything we want to do and is stable, so we're happy enough with it. We have had no problems so far. Everything is great. View full review »
Adam Lowles
Information Security Manager at Anana LTD
The stability has been great. I have had no problems with it. It is a robust solution. View full review »
John Statt
Senior Solutions Architect at SMP
There are elements that have been added to it over the years, but its history goes way back with vShield, and has been included in products like vCloud Director, etc. To be honest with you, I've deployed it over the past five to six years and I've had nothing but great success with it. View full review »
Todd Gould
Solutions Architect at IronBow Technologies
We've tested it in our labs, and our customers are running it now. It is definitely stable, and it does what it's supposed to with no unnecessary crashes. View full review »
Consudee5
Consultant with 51-200 employees
In the beginning, the stability needed real improvements. Nowadays, it works like a charm. I have found the solution to be robust. I haven't had major issues except for a simple connectivity one, probably because it is not integrated with cloud. View full review »
Luke Kesselring
EVS Engineer 3 at Cabela's
Very stable. We've had great success with it. It's a different mindset for the actual network folks that are used to building an old traditional way, but it's much faster to get things deployed with firewall rules. View full review »
Denis FERRAND
Head of EMEA Strategic Alliances at Arrow Electronics, Inc
Stability is up and running. Nobody has ever said anything bad about the stability. It's very powerful. View full review »
DarrylShorts
Infrastructure Architect
We've been using NSX now with Layer 2 stretching for approximately 10 months. We're getting ready to really ramp up the DFW, which is the distributed firewall piece, which we and our security team are very excited about. NSX is a very stable product. View full review »
Solution2aa6
Solutions Architect at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
You can easily integrate this with other VMware products. It is a robust solution. View full review »
Frederic Giovannacci
System Engineer at GIP SIB
The stability used to be perfect. Now, it is okay. From a distributed firewall perspective, it's a solid solution. View full review »
Archtct10001
Architect at Computacenter
This solution is stable and robust. We've done failover testing and it kept working. View full review »
Tom Bowles
Network Engineer
For the most part, it's very stable. The only hiccup is sometimes during an upgrade, there are hurdles that you can have during that time, but overall it's very stable. View full review »
Lead06b9
Lead at Accenture
So far, so good. View full review »
Evgeniy Stepanov
Engineer at DataLine - лучшая команда виртуализации VMware 2015
NSX is very stable. I don't remember when I have ever had any trouble with NSX. It's been a great process. View full review »
Sysadm654651
System Administrator
This solution is robust and agile. It was stable for one year, there was no impact. In the last two months, we had two big incidents. View full review »
EmeaInfr6d8d
EMEA Infrastructure Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The feedback we're getting from the labs is that the stability is rich and that we haven't had any trouble with it. The stability is really, really good. View full review »
Tarsio Moraes
Cloud Engineer at IBM
It's totally stable, because right now it's running version 6.3. It's very mature. Even the versions with VMware 5.5, 6, and 6.5 are very stable right now. It's becoming more open to other environments, too. It's not only working with VMware, but also with Red Hat and Ubuntu. It's an amazing product. View full review »
DeptMgr4ea4
Dept. Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It's very stable and robust. We haven't had any issues with it. View full review »
Engineered72
Engineer at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We are early in our use of the product, but stability has been good so far. View full review »
SysEng189856
System Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The stability is very good. View full review »
SystemEn1ee7
System Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
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