Tag Archive: 6.1

Nutanix AOS 6.1.1 Released

I’ll make another exception to the fact i don’t usually blog about Nutanix AOS Short Term Support (STS) releases but with the interest in AOS version 6.1 among our customers i thought it would be good to inform you that AOS 6.1.1 was released yesterday¬† 2022-05-18. Read more about difference between LTS & STS here. …

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Nutanix AOS 6.1, AHV 20201105.30142 & Prism Central 2022.1 Released

As mentioned previously I usually don’t blog about Nutanix AOS Short Term Support (STS) releases but with the new features and enhancements that comes with AOS 6.1, released 2022-02-24, are just to good to not blog about ūüôā Read more about difference between LTS & STS here. Take a look at the pretty impressive list …

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vRealize Automation monitoring

Since i started to work as a consultant back in 2007 monitoring has been part of pretty much all design, implementations and heath checks i have done. Every now and then i receive questions about how to implement monitoring for certain software and this week i received a question about monitoring the vRealize Automation (vRA)¬†¬†formerly …

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Heads up! vCloud Automation Center Property Definition information

This will be a very short blog post about the vCloud Automation Center (vCAC), soon to be renamed to vRealize Automation (vRA), Property Definition Vrm.DataCenter.Location. There are a few¬†blog posts describing how to use the vCAC¬†Property Definition Vrm.DataCenter.Location to specify where, to which¬†vCAC Compute Resource, ¬†your¬†vCAC based virtual machines (VMs) will be deployed. Many of …

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New vRealize Automation (vRA) reference architecture – No more single point of failure

VMware has recently released an updated version of the vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) which¬†will be renamed to vRealize Automation (vRA) in the next (6.2) release so i’ll call it vRA from now on. Two things caught my attention and especially one which i have been looking for a long time now. There is no longer …

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