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Nutanix Datacenter Tools get updated, Xtract and Foundation — IT BLOOD PRESSURE

Xtract for VMs 1.1.6 Nutanix Xtract helps streamline ‘lift-and-shift’ virtual machine (VM) migrations to a Nutanix Enterprise Cloud, and automates the migration of full database instances while applying proven Nutanix best practices. * Streamlined migrations with one-click simplicity * Near-zero downtime with full cutover control * Simple test migrations and roll-back capabilities * Cost efficient…

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First HCI with Native Local Key Manager, New in AOS 5.8 — IT BLOOD PRESSURE

With the release of AOS 5.8 Nutanix brings to market the first native key manager for HCI that goes beyond using local server management tools. To help reduce cost and complexity Nutanix added a native Local Key Manager(LKM) for all three node clusters and above. The local Key manager runs as a service distributed among…

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Nutanix AOS & Prism Central Version 5.8 & Much More Released — VCDX56

Today, 2018-07-03, Nutanix released a new version of its Acropolis Operating System (AOS) meaning the latest and greatest version is 5.8. The following products and features were also updated: Prism Central is now version 5.8 Acropolis File Services is now version 3.0.1 AHV is now version AHV 20170830.151 Nutanix Cluster Check (NCC) is now version…

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Nutanix Scalability – Part 4 – Storage Performance for Monster VMs with AHV! — CloudXC

In Part 3 we learned a number of ways to scale storage performance for a single VM including but not limited too: Using multiple PVSCSI controllers Using multiple virtual disks Spreading large workloads (like databases) across multiple vDisks/Controllers Increasing the … Continue reading →

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