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Which is better? VMware or Nutanix? — vcdx133.com

I get this question all the time – “Hey René, you are an expert on VMware, why do you bother with Nutanix?” or vice-versa, depending upon whether I am talking to a VMware or Nutanix employee. And my answer is, “Well it depends upon the customer requirements, both vendors have great solutions.” Let me elaborate, […]

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Nutanix AOS 5.11 Released — vcdx133.com

Nutanix has released version 5.11 of their Acropolis Operating System (AOS). This obviously also means that many of the supporting components of the Nutanix eco-system also have new releases to complement AOS, namely AHV & Prism Central. Please refer to the resources section at the end for links to downloads and release notes.

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Updated (again!): VM Reporting Script for Nutanix AHV/vSphere with Powershell — My Virtual Vision

After a great meeting with a current Nutanix customer they asked if we had a tool that could provide them with some more background on their current cluster utilization and report on that. While Prism/Prism Pro will give you excellent reporting I try to automate as much as possible so I decided to alter the

via Updated (again!): VM Reporting Script for Nutanix AHV/vSphere with Powershell — My Virtual Vision

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HYCU Integrates with Nutanix Mine — StorageSwiss.com – The Home of Storage Switzerland

Streamlined and More Flexible HCI for Backup In a world of infrastructure and application sprawl, consolidation is becoming a popular topic to reduce complexity and costs. We have seen steps forward in production environments, driven in no small part by hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), but secondary storage has been largely left out of the conversation. The […]

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Nutanix Files 3.5 is now GA – Derek Seaman’s IT Blog

Previously known as AFS (Acropolis File Services), Nutanix Files v3.5 is now GA. For those of you unfamilar with Files, here’s a short description:

Nutanix Files (formerly known as AFS) is a software-defined scale-out file server. Nutanix Files can be used as the repository for unstructured data like home directories, user profiles, departmental shares, and application logs. It can be deployed on AHV and vSphere clusters and offers many enterprise features such as easy deployment and manageability, 1-click upgrade, disaster recovery, high availability, user-level and share-level quotas, Windows previous versions, full Active Directory integration, and access-based enumeration.

Read more at Derek Seaman’s IT Blog