Tag Archive: UEFI boot

Nutanix Move 4.0 Released

Today, 2021-04-22, a new major version, 4.0, of Nutanix Move (Move) has been released. I’m sure you already know that Move is a VM migration tool which makes it possible to migrate VMs between environments with minimal downtime. The below picture explains the architecture of Move Picture borrowed from Nutanix official web site – The …

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Nutanix Move 3.7 Released

A new version of Nutanix Move has been released. This is the first dot release in 2021 and the latest version available is now 3.7. As you might know Move is a VM migration tool which makes it possible to migrate VMs between the following environments with minimal downtime: VMware ESXi to Nutanix clusters on …

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Nutanix Move 3.5 Released

A new version of Nutanix Move has been released. This is the first dot release in 2020 and the latest version available is now 3.5. As you might know Move is a VM migration tool which makes it possible to migrate VMs between the following environments with minimal downtime: VMware ESXi to Nutanix AHV VMware …

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Nutanix Move 3.4 Released

A new version of Nutanix Move which is the a virtual machine magration tool, which I guess most of you are familiar with, was released today 2019-12-04. This means the latest and greatest version is 3.4. The following new features has been added to the 3.4 release: Set timezone of migrated VMs to the target …

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Nutanix Move 3.3 Released

Just a quick note to let you know that a new version of Nutanix Move was released yesterday, 2019-09-30, meaning latest and greatest version is now Move 3.3. As I guess you know there are two options when running the Move VM, let it run on Nutanix AHV or on VMware ESXi. Good flexibility there. …

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Import Windows Virtual Machine Using EFI Boot From VMware ESXi To Nutanix AHV

  There are quite a few ways to migrate virtual machine (VM) from existing virtualisation solution to a Nutanix solution depending on e.g.: Source hypervisor Target hypervisor Keeping existing hypervisor or changing existing hypervisor. Moving VMs from non Nutanix system to Nutanix system Moving VMs between Nutanix systems. This blog post will cover a specific …

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