A huge amount of new features and detail improvements are coming with the new version of Veeam Backup & Replication (VBR) v12! My new blog post series is about the smaller features and improvements in v12. 450 more wordsWhat (else) is new in Veeam VBR v12 (Part 1) — vNote42
PowerShell comes with a standard prompt whose configuration is stored in the prompt function. The good news is that we are able to change this prompt function to suit our needs. In this blog post, I will show you how you can change this prompt and I will give you some examples. Subject We are […]PowerShell: Changing the Look of the Prompt — SID-500.COM
It should be news to no one that the number of cyber attacks and data breaches continues to rise. More than three-quarters of organizations have been victims of one or more successful cyber attacks. What about your business? How well are you protecting it against the onslaught of threats? As applications and infrastructure have evolved…Nutanix Security Central: Reduce Risk and Complexity — Cloud Whales
A Nutanix cluster can persist a replicated write across two nodes in around 250 uSec which is critical for single-threaded DB write workloads. The performance compares very well with hosted cloud database instances using the same class of processor (db.r5.4xlarge in the figure below). The metrics below are for SQL insert transactions not the underlying IO.
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Often in my lab I want to shutdown a large number of VMs quickly. In the example below I submit the power-off command for a maximum of 50 VMs in parallel. Be aware that we’re using the command line, and in line with true Unix philosophy the OS will assume we know what we are…AHV Tip: Shutdown multiple VMs in parallel — n0derunner
Not some days back Nutanix announced a strategic partnership and not only certified RHEL but Red Hat OpenShift becomes the preferred enterprise full stack Kubernetes Solution on Nutanix Cloud Platform with AHV and vice versa.
The announcement can be found here
Today Nutanix had released Technote #2030 for individuals responsible for designing, building, managing, and supporting Red Hat OpenShift on Nutanix infrastructures. This document covers;
- Planning and deploying OpenShift on Nutanix AHV.
- Integrating OpenShift into Nutanix Unified Storage.
- Appropriate strategies for integrating with an existing deployment
The document can be accessed through Nutanix portal in Solutions Documentation or here
With the new Calm 3.5 release we are getting a feature requested by more and more Nutanix customers and that is —-Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Support—- This is really great news and brings another layer of flexibility and security to your overall self-service solution driven by Calm. A tunnel virtual machine (VM) is required on…Nutanix Calm Version 3.5 — Virtualization, DBaaS & Whatever Crosses My Mind
Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO) are the two most critical components of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery(BCDR) planning. These are goals that help businesses plan a good BDCR strategy and choose the best software to protect their critical data. What is RPO? Recovery Point Objective (RPO) is referred to as the…Understanding the RPO & RTO in Detail — Blog – vembu.com
AOS 6.1 greatly improved database performance on Nutanix especially when the guest VM uses just a single disk for all the database files. The underlying change is known as vdisk sharding. Basically it allows the Nutanix CVM to scale up the number of threads used to service a single virtual disk under heavy load. IOPS…AOS 6.1 Improvements for Day-2 database operations. — n0derunner