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Nutanix In-Place Hypervisor Conversion | ESXi – AHV — HyperHCI Tech Blog

How to do Nutanix In-Place hypervisor / cluster conversion from VMware ESXi hypervisor to Nutanix AHV and vise-versa ( Convert back from Nutanix AHV to VMware ESXI hypervisor ) on Nutanix cluster [..] Read more

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Configuring physical network segmentation on AOS 5.11.1.2 and validating it with NUTANIX X-Ray — vHandymans virtualization Blog

Intro In this blog post, I will show the configuration and “caveats” of the configuration to segment the CVM network traffic. In special routing the CVM Backplane traffic LAN via dedicated physical uplinks.(Physical isolation) I covered this during a configuration in a high secure environment of one of my customers. Each traffic type needed to […]

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Nutanix AHV Virtual Machine High Availability — VCDX56

Approximately four years ago a wrote a two blog post series about Nutanix AHV Virtual Machine High Availability (VMHA) which you can find here: Acropolis Virtual Machine High Availability – Part I Acropolis Virtual Machine High Availability – Part II Over the years I have updated the blog post once every now and then and…

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Nutanix Is Reasserting Itself as an Alternative to VMware in the Data Center and in the Cloud — IT Connection

Summary Bullets: • Nutanix marked its ten-year anniversary with an expanded commitment to providing new on-premises support for emerging workloads, and solutions that enable hybrid and multi-cloud architectures. • New solutions like Nutanix Xi Clusters on AWS promise to further intensify the growing competition in the fast-changing market for hybrid and multi-cloud solutions. This year’s […]

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Simple and Powerful Automation with Prism Pro X-Play – Nutanix Blog

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This post was authored by Sarah Hernandez Member of Technical Staff – Prism UI

It is no secret that automation has become a necessary part of IT Operations to ensure the success of your business. With automation comes with the benefits of reducing manual, repetitive tasks, minimizing human errors, and enabling IT teams to scale operations without needing to increase headcount. However, automation also introduces a new level of complexity with larger unknowns and risks.

When you start letting the machine take actions without the proper intelligence, things can quickly spiral out of control. Teams are often reluctant to start automating tasks, due to the risk that they could spend more time debugging issues in the automation, than if they just did the tasks manually in the first place. Today there are many tools that offer ways to automate operations in the data center, but none of them are able to remove the complexity that can help alleviate the fears and risks of automating tasks that admins face daily.

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Supercharging your Nutanix AHV Clusters with Compute Only Nodes – Nutanix Blog

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This post was authored by Tanuja Ingale, Sr. Product Manager for AHV

Over the last few years, the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS platform has evolved by leaps and bounds in terms of platform robustness, simplicity in management and continuous innovation from storage and infrastructure level all the way up to multi-cloud multi-application management framework.

Key features such as data resiliency, performance, scalability, and product maturity make Nutanix HCI a truly compelling and complete platform for running a wide-range of workloads. It simplifies deployment of enterprise-class applications and services running in bare-metal, virtualized or cloud-computing environments.

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