In this short video, I am showing a couple of key components that make up a Nutanix Enterprise Cloud platform: Continue reading “ Nutanix Prism Central, Disaster Recovery, Rack Awareness & LifeCycle Management”
Nutanix Enterprise Cloud clusters can be created using several different methods. The most popular methods are:
- Automatically as part of the imaging (initial installation) of three or more nodes using the Nutanix Foundation tool
- Manually via command line interface on three or more Foundation imaged Nutanix nodes
This was the third day of the 64-node Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Build!
As with the previous days, I had great help from my colleague Mattijs Talen. Mattijs is learning the ropes from me so that he can fly solo on the next Nutanix build. Continue reading “ 64-Node Enterprise Cloud Build – Day 3″
On this second day of the 64-node Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Build, I continued with batches #2 and #3 of the Foundation process.
If you are not familiar with Nutanix Foundation; this is the process of imaging a Nutanix node with the required Nutanix Acropolis Operating System (‘AOS’) and the desired Hypervisor (Nutanix AHV, VMware ESXi or Microsoft Hyper-V). Nutanix has created a tool for this imaging process and named it Foundation. Foundation can be used in different ways: Continue reading “ 64-Node Enterprise Cloud Build – Day 2″
For a customer in The Netherlands, I started work on building a 64-node Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform. This environment is to be stretched across 2 datacenters with 32 nodes on each location. This is quite a large build so I am getting help from my PQR colleague Mattijs Talen. The setup is as following: Continue reading “ 64-Node Enterprise Cloud Build – Day 1″