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The story of ‘Open Convergence’ and why I joined Datrium — myvirtualcloud.net

It is not often that an opportunity to join a cutting edge technology company appears to us in a lifetime and I have done it twice now – I consider myself very lucky. Firstly, the team at Datrium formed part of the founding teams for Data Domain and VMware. Data Domain revolutionized the enterprise storage…

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Nutanix visio stencils – links repository — VMwaremine – Artur Krzywdzinski | Nutanix

If you are looking for Nutanix visio stencils, then it is a good place to start. Below, you can find collection of links where you can download Nutanix visio stencils and use it. Official… The post Nutanix visio stencils – links repository appeared first on VMwaremine – Artur Krzywdzinski | Nutanix.

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Disable Windows Disk Write Cache for Data Integrity and Better Performance — Long White Virtual Clouds

Some of you may be shocked to know that by default a lot of disk devices in Windows will by default have disk write caching enabled (Better Performance Policy). This can cause data integrity issues if there is a sudden loss of power, or the sudden removal of the device, as most devices are hot…

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AOS 5.0: Performance improvements in Nutanix AHV — My Virtual Vision

If you read my previous blog post AOS 5.0 released, XenServer TP in full effect! you know that we released AOS 5.0 and with that comes a new version of Nutanix AHV. This new release brings a couple of performance improvements specifically useful for the desktop virtualization use case so this blog will highlight a few of

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Nutanix Performance with Oracle SLOB on All Flash Nodes — Long White Virtual Clouds

Kevin Closson’s Silly Little Oracle Benchmark, aka SLOB, is a great free tool to test the IO capability of an OLTP type system based on small 8KB IO, with varying IO patterns (update percentages). It uses the database engine to generate the IO, to provide an understanding of the possible IO capability of the platform,…

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AOS 5.0 released, XenServer TP in full effect! — My Virtual Vision

Today Nutanix released AOS 5.0 which is our biggest release to date! Altough we’re adding tons of features in this release there’s one thing that got my attention a little bit more than others… Nutanix and Citrix are extending their relationship as this new release brings XenServer Technical Preview! Andre Leibovice already posted a 4-part

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The Calm Power enabling easy DevOps for Nutanix — myvirtualcloud.net

Last August Nutanix announced the acquisition of Calm.io, a company focused on managing and consuming IT infrastructure. Calm.io brings automation and management capabilities to the Nutanix stack to deliver application and service orchestration, runtime life-cycle management, policy-based governance, reporting and auditing services to support application environments, including virtual machines, containers and micro-services. Kinda DevOps in a box! Calm.io…

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