Nutanix Objects Version 4.2

Yesterday, 2023-09-07, a dot version of Nutanix Objects (Objects) has been released meaning latest and greatest version is now 4.2. Nutanix Objects is a software-defined Object Store Service and that you can consume & managed via both standard S3 APIs and Prism Central. Picture borrowed from Nutanix web page. Version 4.2 comes with the following …

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Nutanix AOS 6.5.3.7

Quick note to let you know a new Long Term Support (LTS) version of AOS, 6.5.3.7, has been released. As usual you can read more about the difference between LTS & STS here. Bundled software in the release are: AOS 6.5.3.7 AHV 20220304.423 Foundation 5.4.2 Nutanix Guest Tools (NGT) 2.3.2 Nutanix Cluster Check (NCC) 4.6.5.1 …

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Nutanix AOS 6.7 Prism Central 2023.3 & AHV 9

Not sure where to start but yesterday, 2023-08-29, a new short term support (STS) version of AOS was made available, version 6.7, and in addition to AOS a new version of Prism Central (PC), 2023.3, plus a new version of AHV, version 9 – 20230302.207, were released. Not bad for a Tuesday:) As usual you …

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Nutanix Database Service (NDB) 2.5.2.2

A few days ago, 2023-08-21, Nutanix has released a new version of Nutanix Database Service, NDB, meaning the latest release available version is 2.5.2.2. This release is fixing a NDB Control plane VM issue where the VM might get started on wrong Linux kernel. The following software versions are supported with NDB 2.5.2.2 AOS – …

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Nutanix GPT-in-a-Box™

Nutanix has announced a Nutanix GPT-in-a-Box solution which will help customers with their artificial intelligence (AI) & machine learning (ML) initiatives while maintaining company critical data on-prem. Check the Useful links section to read more about this topic. Components included in Nutanix GPT-in-a-Box Open source software to run AI workloads AOS AHV Nutanix Files Storage™ …

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Nutanix Database Service Control Plane High Availability

Nutanix Database Service (NDB) Control plane which is the service responsible for managing the user workloads, databases, can be implemented as a single VM (non High Availability mode) and in HA mode which includes a minimum of eight VM. Today, 202307-31, a new reference architecture has been published and it aims to provide you with …

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Nutanix Move 4.9

Yesterday, 2023-07-26, a new version of Nutanix Move, VM migration tool which makes it possible to migrate VMs between environments with minimal downtime, was released and the most up to date version is now 4.9. The below picture explains the architecture of Move Picture borrowed from Nutanix official web site – The Move User Guide. …

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Nutanix Database Service (NDB) 2.5.2.1

Today, 2023-07-05, Nutanix has released a new version of Nutanix Database Service, NDB, meaning the latest release available version is 2.5.2.1. This release is focusing on security enhancements and solving issues in the following areas: NDB Upgrade Quite a lot of effort has been put into this to make the upgrade experience better. Oracle Improvements …

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Nutanix Calm VM 3.6.2

Back in April 2023 Calm version 3.6.2 was released, read about it here, and as you might already know it runs as a service via Nutanix Prism Central. However, there is an option to also run Calm as a standalone virtual machine and today, 2023-06.-27, version 3,6.2 was released, Useful Links Calm 3.6.2 Release Notes …

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Nutanix Objects Version 4.1

Today, 2023-06-26, a dot version of Nutanix Objects (Objects) has been released meaning latest and greatest version is now 4.1. Nutanix Objects is a software-defined Object Store Service and that you can consume & managed via both standard S3 APIs and Prism Central. Version 4.1 comes with the following enhancements: Enhanced Quota Policy Feature – …

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Nutanix Database Service (NDB) 2.5.2

Today, 2023-05-17, Nutanix has released a new version of Nutanix Database Service, NDB, meaning the latest release available is 2.5.2. With this release NDB now supports Oracle 21c and there has been additions to supported versions of the components required to provide high availability for PostgreSQL HA deployed DBs via NDB according to: Picture borrowed …

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Nutanix AOS 6.5.3 & AHV 20220304.420

Yesterday, 2023-05-15, a new long term support (LTS) version of AOS was made available meaning we are now at version 6.5.3. As usual you can read more about the difference between LTS & STS here. The main new feature in this dot dot release is “Support for Multiple Client Subnets for Volumes Segmentation” but it …

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NDB Quick Tip VIII – PostgreSQL EnterpriseDB

NDB currently supports PostgreSQL with both single deployment model and in a highly available deployment model.  PostgreSQL community edition (CE) is what i’m getting most questions about and what i have seen our NDB customer using the most but some customers are also using PostgreSQL EnterpriseEDB and this is also an edition which NDB supports. …

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Nutanix Move 4.8

Today, 2023-04-18, a new version of Nutanix Move, VM migration tool which makes it possible to migrate VMs between environments with minimal downtime, was released and the most up to date version is now 4.8. The below picture explains the architecture of Move Picture borrowed from Nutanix official web site – The Move User Guide. …

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Nutanix AOS 6.6.2 & AHV 8.1.2

2022-04-11 Nutanix released a new version of AOS, STS 6.6.2 which is a Short Term Release, read more about difference between LTS & STS here and it comes with one feature. As you might be aware of Nutanix has for a long time support compute only nodes for AHV and with AOS 6.6.2 they are …

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Nutanix Calm 3.6.2

Quick note to let you know that Nutanix Calm, also known as NCM Self Service, version 3.6.2 has been released. The major enhancement with this version is the capability to shortlist Active Directories (AD) and or Identity Providers (IDP) in Projects. This is very useful in multi-tenancy situations and is something that service providers has …

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