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Working with Nutanix Metro Availability – part 2 — VMwaremine – Artur Krzywdzinski

Capacity planning for Nutanix Metro Availability (stretch cluster) is not that difficult as you could think. During capacity planning exercise, you have to consider all capacity aspects, compute (RAM and CPU on compute cluster)… 16 more words

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NU School (Nutanix Education Portal) — Al Rasheed – A personal Blog about IT related subjects.

Interested in learning more about Nutanix products? Or maybe you’re pursuing a Nutanix certification and need to brush up before taking the exam? Look no further than the Nutanix Education portal commonly referred to as the NU School. The training options include in-person (boot camps) or virtual training. Personally, I’ve only used the virtual training […]

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Rebuild Time: Nutanix Community Edition 5.10 Released! — Bacon, Overlays and Virtualization

I love the fact that Nutanix provides a Community Edition for those of us with home labs, I can bring the Enterprise Cloud I so enjoy deploying for customers close to home. Sure, would I love to have a small NX-1365 in the rack at home, who wouldn’t? Maybe someday… But in the…

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Solving Oracle & SQL Licensing challenges with Nutanix — CloudXC

The Nutanix platform has and will continue to evolve to meet/exceed the ever increasing customer and application requirements while working within constraints such as licensing. Two of the most common workloads which I work frequently with customers to design solutions around real or perceived licensing constraints … Continue reading →

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Nutanix Compute Only Environment Minimum requirements — CloudXC

With the release of Nutanix Compute Only (CO) nodes to target niche workloads such as Oracle and SQL workloads which are constrained by physical CPU licensing, it’s important to understand the minimum requirements and the justification for these requirements. The best … Continue reading →

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An Introduction to Nutanix Prism — Al Rasheed

So what can One Click do for you in the datacenter? It provides simplicity in a single pane of glass for all of your necessary tools. Let’s review some of its feature and capabilities: Dashboard – a cluster management user interface that includes a menu bar with a host of tiles that provide information about […]

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Database compression on Nutanix — n0derunner

Compressability What space savings should you expect when running databases with default compression in a Nutanix cluster? When we ran the TPCx-HCI benchmark on our cluster we realized about 2:1 savings from compression alone. The TPCx-HCI benchmark mimics a database consolidation setup, meaning that there are many databases per host. The uncompressed data size was…

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