Tag Archive: Container

Nutanix AHV Virtual Machine High Availability

Approximately four years ago a wrote a two blog post series about Nutanix AHV Virtual Machine High Availability (VMHA) which are obsolete so do not refer to the below once for AHV HA functionality: Acropolis Virtual Machine High Availability – Part I Acropolis Virtual Machine High Availability – Part II Over the years I have …

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Nutanix Self Service Portal Part I – Preparation & Initial Configuration

Nutanix Self Service Portal (SSP) is the user interface (UI) for the Nutanix Prism Self Service feature released with Nutanix AOS (formerly known as NOS or Nutanix Operating System) version 5. The following blog posts are included in the blog post series: Nutanix Self Service Portal Part II – Projects Nutanix Self Service Portal Part III – Roles Nutanix Self …

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Nutanix .Next 2016 Summary

This blog post will be my personal summary of what was announced, discussed and presented during the Nutanix .Next conference at Wynn resort in Las Vegas 20-22 June 2016. It was a great event and i’m sure you’ll find the new stuff really exciting The key message during the conference was all about Nutanix is the …

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Nutanix & Acropolis nomenclature

Since Acropolis Base Software 4.5 was released 2015-10-06 i have received quite a lot of questions (via twitter, email & during VMworld last week) about the different names Nutanix uses for their components, features and logical constructs. This blog post will try to explain this and i will keep it updated whenever a name is added, …

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Successfully delete a Nutanix Container

I received two questions on the same topic last week so i figure i’ll put together a blog post. The subject was “Cannot delete a Nutanix Container for my vSphere environment” !! A Nutanix Container is the logical unit, created from the Nutanix Storage Pool, where you store your virtual machines (VMs) and or files. A …

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Nutanix Cluster, Storage Pool and Container setup

During my first month at Nutanix I have been doing quite a few Nutanix presentations for potential customers and consultants. I have received a lot of questions during the presentations but also questions via email including, but not limited to, e.g. setup, management, snapshot, disaster recovery, availability, Controller Virtual Machine (CVM), performance. Even though there is a lot …

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