Tag Archive: Orchestration

Databases on Nutanix – Reference Architecture

Because organizations store their information, including their most critical data, in databases (DBs), it’s vital that these DBs meet the requirements for availability, manageability, resilience, and performance. To provide the needed database functionality, you must carefully design and maintain both the infrastructure layer and the DB engines, typically following a multistep process for each area: …

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Nutanix Calm Version 3.3 Released

Today, 2021-08-20, Nutanix released a new dot version of its multi-cloud application management framework Calm meaning the latest and greatest version is now 3.3. As i trust you already know, Calm brings the following key functionalities to the table: Application Lifecycle Management Native Self-Service Multi-Cloud Orchestration Unified VM & Container Management Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) Application-as-Code (AaC) …

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Nutanix Calm Update Via LCM

Quick blog post that will cover updating Nutanix Calm via the Nutanix component Life Cycle Manager (LCM) which is available in both Prism Element (PE), the Nutanix Cluster, and via Prism Central (PC). Since Calm belongs to Prism Central we can obviously not upgrade it via PE and must use PC which most of the …

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Nutanix Calm Version 2.6 Released

Two days ago, 2019-01-30, Nutanix released their latest version, 2.6, of Nutanix Calm which is the built-in automation and orchestration tool available in Nutanix Prism Central. Calm, as I guess you already know, supports application life cycle management, monitoring & remediation and can provision virtual machines and deploy applications to multiple target platforms such as: Nutanix …

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The Power of Orchestration – My first guest blogger blog post

A few days ago my first guest blogger blog post was released at the VMTurbo About : Virtualization web page and i touched the area of orchestration. For those of you following my blog, you know that i typically write about stuff i’m working on and a few software release notes so this is a coplmete new area …

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