Tag: Nutanix

Which is better? VMware or Nutanix?

I get this question all the time – “Hey RenĂ©, you are an expert on VMware, why do you bother with Nutanix?” or vice-versa, depending upon whether I am talking to a VMware or Nutanix employee. And my answer is, “Well it depends upon the customer requirements, both vendors have

Nutanix XLAB for Partners is Live

The Nutanix XLAB licensing for Partners feature in Nutanix Support is now live. Why should you care if you are a Nutanix Partner? Up until now, Nutanix Partners could consume Nutanix software in four ways: Community Edition – crowd-sourced support, used for functional demonstrations and learning, available to everyone, runs

Nutanix .NEXT 2019 US Announcements

This week, Nutanix .NEXT 2019 US is being held in Anaheim. There are ten announcements of note in the Private Cloud, Multi-Cloud and Edge spaces: First Edition of The Nutanix Design Guide released – download the PDF. Nutanix Buckets for Object Storage: Available on May 15 with Buckets and Buckets

The Nutanix Design Guide

Since October last year, RoundTower Technologies has been collaborating with Nutanix on the First Edition of “The Nutanix Design Guide”. This book was written to explain the “Why?” of Nutanix and to present a 40,000ft view of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud eco-system. This book has something for everyone, even if

Nutanix Test Drive Revamped

The Nutanix Test Drive environment has been revamped with a new look and feel. Gone is the Community Edition running on Ravello, it now uses the latest version of AOS and runs on GCP. There is also a helpful interactive storyboard that takes you through the Prism UI, which is

Nutanix .NEXT EU 2018 Announcements

This week, Nutanix .NEXT EU 2018 is being held in London. There are six announcements of note: Nutanix Xtract announcements: Xtract 2.0 GA Targeted for FY Q2 Support for AWS as a source Performance enhancements to reduce migration time Installation & Upgrade improvements for 1-click experience AWS to AHV Customer

Running @IBM AIX with @Nutanix software

Earlier this year IBM announced that AIX is supported on the Nutanix platform. This is in addition to the 2017 announcement of PowerLinux being initially supported. What does this mean if you are a customer, particularly in finance? You finally have a web-scale platform that you can use to consolidate

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