Tag Archive: snow

Monitor Era Operation Progress – ServiceNow & Era Integration

Almost same heading a for another blog post Monitor Era Operation Progress – Calm & Era Integration πŸ™‚ 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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ServiceNow UI Freezes During An Order/Request

Lately I have been doing quite a lot of third-party integration to Nutanix Era work meaning driving Era functionality from a layer above, customer service portals. While taking advantage of the ServiceNow Workflow functionality to e.g. run REST API commands to external systems, in my case to Era, the ServiceNow Service Portal page will be …

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Nutanix ERA & ServiceNow Role Based Access Control

A while ago i wrote an article about Nutanix Era, a database management & data copy solution, version 1.1 which was released in early July. Read more about it here. One of the new features in Era 1.1 was role based access control (RBAC) and i have been working quite a lot lately with both …

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Nutanix Calm Plug-in For ServiceNow Released

Over the past 6-12 months I have received numerous questions about how to integrate ServiceNow with Nutanix products meaning using ServiceNow as a front-end portal and call various Nutanix products (Prism, Prism Central, Era, Calm) to perform actions. Unless you haven’t seen it already, Nutanix has released (June 2019) a Calm plug-in for ServiceNow, version …

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Nutanix Self Service Portal and Service Now Integration

I have created a bunch of Nutanix Self Service Portal (SSP) related blog posts which covers everything from initial setup to administrator and end user management. The blog posts can be found here: Nutanix Self Service Portal Part I – Preparation & Initial Configuration Nutanix Self Service PortalΒ Part II –Β Projects Nutanix Self Service PortalΒ Part III …

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