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I'm working on a new solution that will have a Cisco nexus as the core switch (7010 or 7018).

The environment will host servers for multiple companies, I know acls are one way to limit traffic but what are some other features I can use on the nexus to split the vlans/ports up to the point where the networks will never see, or communicate with each others (possibly only allow a management network access to everything).
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VRF's and VDC's.
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