VMware: Multi-Tiered Routing with NSX-T: In-Kernel Multi-Tenant Routing
Multi-tenancy exists in some shape or form in almost every network. For an Enterprise network, it can be the separation of tenants based on different business units, departments, different security/network policies or compliance requirements. For a service provider, multi-tenancy can simply be separation of different customers (tenants).
Multi-tenancy doesn’t just allow separation of tenants, but also provides control boundaries as to who controls what. For instance, tenant administrators can control/configure the network and security policies for their specific tenants and a service provider administrator can either provide a shared service or provide inter-tenant or WAN connectivity.
In the logical routing world of NSX-T, this provider function can provide connectivity between the tenant logical networks and physical infrastructure. It can also provide inter-tenant communication or some shared services (like NAT, Load Balancer etc.) to the tenants.
Read the entire article here, Multi-Tiered Routing with NSX-T: In-Kernel Multi-Tenant Routing
Via the fine folks at VMware!