Tag Archive: VirtIO

Nutanix VirtIO Driver Version 1.1.3 Available

Quick note to let you know that a new version of Nutanix virtIO has been released meaning the latest and greatest version is now 1.1.3 Focus for this dot dot version update has been availability for guest VM, antivirus and network. In addition the new drivers help ensure a stable environment when using the Windows Container …

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Nutanix AHV VirtIO Driver Version 1.1.1 Available

Just a quick blog post to let you know that Nutanix released a new version of their VirtIO driver yesterday, 2017-05-31, meaning the latest and greatest driver version is now 1.1.1. The most important update to this driver version compared to the VirtIO 1.1.0 version which you can read more about here, is the digitally …

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Veritas NetBackup with Nutanix AHV Best Practices Guide Available

  In addition to the “Veritas NetBackup with Nutanix & vSphere Best Practices Guide Available” which you can read about here there is now a “Veritas NetBackup with Nutanix AHV Best Practices Guide” available. The following topics are included in the guide: Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform Overview In-Guest VM Backup and Restore Component Overview Component Sizing …

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Nutanix AHV VirtIO Driver Version 1.1.0 Available

A few days ago Nutanix released an updated version of their VirtIO which is used for Windows based Virtual Machines (VMs) running on Nutanix hypervisor AHV. The VirtIO package is a bundle of paravirtual device drivers which adds functionality, performance and stability to the VMs. This VirtIO driver requires the following operating system installed in …

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Install Windows Server 2012 R2 virtual machine on Acropolis Hypervisor

This post will guide you through a Windows Server 2012 R2 installation in a Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV) virtual machine (VM). There are quite a few blog posts released already that covers VM migrations from different platforms to AHV and some that includes new VM installations as well. The main difference with this blog post is the …

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