Last week, there were a series of exciting new announcements at Nutanix .NEXT US, which was held in New Orleans. With these new offerings, you may be wondering what the latest Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS ecosystem looks like at 40,000ft:
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This week, Nutanix .NEXT US is being held in New Orleans. There are five announcements of note: Nutanix Beam: Rebranding of the Botmetric acquisition by Nutanix. This adds Cost Optimization and Visibility, Centralized Financial Governance and Intelligent Consumption Planning to the Nutanix Cloud Management suite. Nutanix Era: Suite of software
Nutanix has released version 5.6 of their Acropolis Operating System (AOS). This is the next installment of their AOS “Obelix” release from late last year. This obviously also means that many of the supporting components of the Nutanix eco-system also have new releases to complement AOS, namely AFS, AHV, Prism
Nutanix has been speaking publicly about their Software-Only offering for a while, but it was never formally announced. Today we had the NTC briefing for this offering, so here is the breakdown.
Nutanix has released version 5.5 (codename “Obelix”) of their Acropolis Operating System (AOS). For Nutants, this release is the capstone of Nutanix goodness. Be aware that the full list of Obelix features could not fit into one major release and is actually being released over the coming months as a
As a VCDX Mentor and NPX Panelist, I review many designs. During a recent review I saw an interesting twist to the design documentation that could be of benefit to all VCDX and NPX candidates.
Last week, Nutanix .NEXT EU was held in Nice, France. There were four announcements of note: Nutanix announces support for Intel Skylake processors with Enterprise Cloud OS – their new G6 platform will be available soon. How Nutanix Marketplace Brings Developers and IT Together – as part of the impending