Intro Last week as you’ll probably already have seen I was at the Nutanix .Next 2017 Europe event in Nice, France. During this amazing event, I visited several sessions going from sales talks, via an NDA session to a deep dive. In this post, I will try to give a bit more information about the … Read more Nutanix .Next 2017 Nice: My Sessions
Disclaimer: this post was written between 6 am and 7 am without having access to coffee. So, that was the second and last day of .Next Europe 2017. The rush from day one continued with a great keynote where Nutanix launched their vision on how to handle IoT. The keynote itself started with the outtakes … Read more Nutanix .Next Europe report Day 2
To repeat an earlier phrase: ooooh what a rush. Yesterday was a great day in a perfectly named Acropolis where Nutanix is holding its second .Next Europe. Being one of the 2200 attendants in an atmosphere that really feels vibrant is awesome. Due to security and busses leaving late from hotels the Keynote (with my … Read more Nutanix .Next Europe report Day 1
Intro So previous to VMworld and also for MS Ignite I saw some people posting pictures of what would be in their bag for those events. Since I have always been a bad copycat I decided to make a post like that myself for Nutanix .Next Europe that I will be attending. Since it’s still … Read more What’s in my bag for Nutanix .Next
Today Nutanix has released the Xtract for VM’s product. With this tool you will finally be able to directly move your existing vSphere infrastructure to the Nutanix Cloud platform on AHV without any 3rd party tooling or workarounds. Previously there where several ways to move from ESXi to AHV. The first way was to use … Read more Nutanix Releases Xtract for VM’s
Do you want the short answer or the long answer? Short: Yes! Long: Absolutely! The real story: After doing several Acropolis (CVM) & NCC (Health check) upgrades before on my customer’s Nutanix clusters today was the first time to do an actual hypervisor upgrade. Since we run everything on VMware we wanted to go from … Read more Is updating @VMware ESXi at @Nutanix really that easy?