If you are familiar with “Network Scopes” from vCNS then “Transport Zones” should be familiar to you. If not here is some useful information to know regarding these Zones.
Transport Zones dictate which clusters can participate in the use of a particular network. Prior to creating your transport zones some thought should go into your network layout and what you want to be available to each cluster. Below are some different scenarios for transport zones.
In the “MoaC” environment I have three clusters. There is a Management Cluster in which all management servers are hosted included all components of NSX which will include all Logical and Edge routers that we have not yet configured, but this concept is important to know. I will not be placing any routers in any other cluster than my management cluster. I then have a Services cluster which will be hosting all of my provisioned machines that are not part of the core infrastructure, and finally I have a desktop cluster in which I will be hosting VDI desktop instances.