waelagina Absent Member.
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HPE CSA and HPE OO integeration with VMWARE NSX

I am looking for information about HP CSA / OO integration with VMware NSX and if there is any document clear such integration or explain it.

At end customer need the vmware to be part of automation process via the OO / CSA.

Also is there any HP plugin to use for that integration, Has it been done before on a customer or LAB ?

Thanks to support me on this as I have a customer requirement for such integeration.

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cosmin_c Absent Member.
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Re: HPE CSA and HPE OO integeration with VMWARE NSX


In OO we already have an integration with WMware NSX. It can be found in OO Virtualization content pack.

You will be able to find more info about the operations and use cases covered in the RN of 1.7.0 Virtualization content pack from HPLN here.

Hope this helps,


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Re: HPE CSA and HPE OO integeration with VMWARE NSX

We use OO against nsx , with the 1.7 virtualisation content pack they added more nsx functionality. 1.8 didn't progress much.

As far as the content pack goes its mainly logical switches and edges that you can manage.

Also the nsx api is quite well documented so you can use the rest api via oo for things the standard content pack doesn't have. Hopefully the next content pack will extend the functionality more but there is a limitation with the api for inserting firewall rules in specific order unfortunately.

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