Tag Archive: NDB 2.5.3

Nutanix Database Service (NDB) 2.5.3.1

Today, 2023-11-30, Nutanix released a new version of Nutanix Database Service, NDB, meaning the latest available version is 2.5.3.1. The release focus on security and addresses 40 vulnerabilities on the NDB server and NDB agent VMs which will benefit the entire NDB customer base. In addition to the security fixes there are improvements to the …

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Nutanix Database Service (NDB) Remove Nutanix Cluster

There might be situations where you need to remove a Nutanix cluster which is being managed by Nutanix Database Services (NDB). This can easily be done via via API and UI but there are certain pre-requisites that needs to be in place before you can start the process including: The NDB Server VM must not …

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Nutanix Database Service (NDB) Operating System Pacthing Rollback

Operating system patching is available via Nutanix Database Service (NDB) since version 2.5 for Linux based database servers virtual machine when running database engines Oracle, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB. I just wanted to bring to your attention some additional information that was added to the NDB User guide around operating system patching yesterday, 2023-11-15, when it …

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Nutanix Database Service (NDB) Operator for Kubernetes

You might have seen and even tried out the Nutanix Database Service (NDB) operator for Kubernetes while it’s been under development for some time and now it’s made GA. The operator provides simplified database life-cycle management to K8, can run both inside and outside of K8 and includes the following capabilities with it’s initial release: …

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Nutanix Database Service (NDB) 2.5.3

Today, 2023-11-06, Nutanix released a new version of Nutanix Database Service, NDB, meaning the latest available version is 2.5.3. Even though this is a dot dot release it brings, in addition to bug fixes, enhanced capabilities and also a new feature which is SSL Support for PostgreSQL. This means NDB can manage databases with SSL/TLS …

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