I came across a technical whitepaper comparing Citrix XenServer and VMware vSphere, the two leading server virtualization platforms back in 2009. At a glance, XenServer offered many enterprise features of VMware vSphere for free. 1,910 more words
You can do VM CPU pinning on Nutanix AHV as well. It is available from the command line as a parameter when you create or update VM. To enable or disable vCPU pinning for… The post VM CPU pinning on Nutanix AHV appeared first on Nutanix AHV – Artur Krzywdzinski.
With remote working now the new normal, it is challenging to send skilled IT professionals to data centers to install new equipment. Although Nutanix clusters have always been quick to install and configure, there was still a requirement to send a trained IT technician to site to run the Foundation software for deployment, usually connected […]
Throughout his series we’ve learned about the many architectural advantages of the Nutanix AOS solution over vSAN / VxRAIL. In this post we’ll show an example of how real world network traffic impacts performance which prove many of the concepts … Continue reading →
Hi PowerShell fellows, In the video below I will show you how to install and use PowerShell 7 with Visual Studio Code. You will find a step-by-step walk-through beginning with the installation of PowerShell 7 and Visual Studio Code and ending with some recommended settings for your convenience. Have fun!
Hi all, the idea today is to summarize as briefly as possible the new features and functionalities of the upcoming Nutanix AOS Release which is v5.17. Please keep in mind this is a STS release, so you should expect to see these features and functionalities available in a future LTS release within the next 10-12 months. […]
In this series we’ve already learned that the Nutanix platform makes more efficient use of physical storage by delivering more usable Capacity than vSAN/VxRAIL. We’ve also learned about the many resiliency advantages of the Nutanix architecture which ensures drive and … Continue reading →
Hi PowerShell folks, watch this video to learn how to encrypt passwords in Powershell scripts. The code used in this video can be found at the end of this blog post. Best, P
We are living in a big data world which is both a blessing and a curse. Big data usually means a huge number of files such as photos and videos and finally a huge amount of storage space. Files are accidentally or deliberately moved from location to location without first considering that these duplicate files […]
Here are some performance considerations for running Nutanix AOS 5.10 or higher on vSphere 6.7 U3b. In vSphere 6.7 you may have noticed the introduction of Skyline Health (vSphere Client, vCenter Server object, Monitor, Skyline Health) and the reporting of the Compute Health Checks. You may have also noticed the informational alert in the ESXi […]