Tag Archive: Nutanix Era

Nutanix ERA Security

As the blog post heading reveal this one will be about Nutanix Era security. Sine i trust most of my readers now know what Era is and can to for your business i will not describe the solution but instead dive into the topic right away. Commonly discussed topics in regards to security i have …

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Monitor Era Operation Progress – ServiceNow & Era Integration

Almost same heading a for another blog post Monitor Era Operation Progress – Calm & Era Integration 🙂 the objective for this blog post is exactly the same meaning monitor Era operations from an overlying Era consumer. The Era consumer in this case is ServiceNow and not Calm. In this blog post i will share …

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Nutanix ERA – How To Protect Database Data v2

A while ago i posted a blog about how to protect database data for DBs managed by Era. The blog post was based on a Nutanix public document i put together and it can be found here here This is just a short blog post to let you know that the Nutanix document has since …

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Heads Up! – New Nutanix Era Version 2.1 PostgreSQL User and Group Requirements

Quick note to let you know about a PostgreSQL related change that has been implemented in Nutanix Era 2.1. As you know Era comes with a PostgreSQL software profile including VM built on CentOS Linux release 7.3.1611 and PostgreSQL version 10.4. This Era software profile is not affected meaning this note is addressing the PostgreSQL …

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Monitor Era Operation Progress – Calm & Era Integration

I’m getting more and more questions about integrations to Nutanix Era from overlying self-service, automation and orchestration services/tools. It’s a perfect match since integrations to Era is one of my responsibilities these days so keep the questions coming:) There is another blog post which covers Era progress monitoring via ServiceNow available here. In this blog …

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Nutanix ERA – DataOps

As most of you already know Nutanix Era is a platform that delivers database as a service (DBaaS). It automates and simplifies database administration including: Provisioning Clone Refresh Backup Restore Patching The below figure is borrowed from Nutanix official documentation and describes the Era logical overview. In addition to the included databases in the above …

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Nutanix ERA – How To Protect Database Data

————————————————————————– Updated 2021-02-02: Updated version available here ————————————————————————– Nutanix Era is a platform that delivers database as a service (DBaaS). It automates and simplifies database administration including: Provisioning Clone Refresh Backup Restore Patching In summary Era brings one-click simplicity and invisible operations to database provisioning and life-cycle management. The following picture describes the Era logical …

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VMware vRealize Automation XaaS Architect Configuration

Quick blog post about how to enable you to create vRealize Automation Anything As A Service, XaaS, blueprints. This is a follow up blog post to the below deployment & initial configuration once: VMware vRealize Automation 7.6 Deployment Mware vRealize Automation 7.6 Initial Configuration So the only thing left to configure in vRealize Automation (vRA) …

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VMware vRealize Automation 7.6 Initial Configuration

Following up on the previous vRealize Automation (vRA) deployment blog post I need to take care of the initial configuration before I can start using the vRA virtual appliance (VA). I don’t need any Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) capabilities for my work so I’ll skip that which saves me a lot of time during …

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VMware vRealize Automation 7.6 Deployment

It’s been a while since I did any hands-on with VMware vRealize Automation (vRA), formerly known as vCloud Automation Center, but a while ago I was asked to do some integration work between vRA and Nutanix Era. Before jumping in and developing vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) workflows I obviously need a vRA environment:) This blog post …

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