Creating custom Prism Central categories with Python

Note: This is the Python version of a recent article that covered this process using PHP. If you would prefer to read the PHP version of this article, please see here: Creating custom Prism Central categories with PHP. In a recent discussion with Frederic Lhoest, one of our highly knowledgeable and experienced customers, a question …

Creating custom Prism Central categories with PHP

In a recent discussion with Frederic Lhoest, one of our highly knowledgeable and experienced customers, a question came up regarding the management of Prism Central categories. Given the nature of the Frederic’s requirements, he had created a custom package for use with PHP applications, allowing quick access to the Nutanix APIs via that package. The …

Video – Learn how to automate your operations (Part 2)

Good morning! Or evening, depending where you are. 🙂 This past Wednesday at 1500 PST, Alex and Mark from the DevOps Marketing team at Nutanix hosted our latest NutanixDevLIVE Twitch stream! It was titled “Learn how to automate your operations (Part 2)” and covered a whole list of really interesting topics. Automating the launch of …

What’s New in AOS 5.19 Podcast

Quick one today! 🙂 On Friday February 5th, members of the Nutanix Technical Marketing Engineering team ran a live podcast to discuss the new features of the recently-released AOS 5.19. These podcasts are really recommended as they are a chance to listen to some of our most senior people talk about the new features in …

New Media from the Nutanix DevOps Marketing Team

Towards the end of 2020, the Nutanix DevOps Marketing team went live for the first time! What does this mean? Simply, we jumped on the live streaming platform Twitch.tv and created NutanixDevLIVE, our first dedicated streaming channel! With 2020 being what it was, it became obvious that multiple mediums for content “distribution” were required, as …

Evaluations the DevOps Way

Here in the Developer Marketing team at Nutanix, we’re often tasked with creating scripts, demos and apps for the purposes of marketing both products and technologies. Outside of that “day to day” stuff, we’re very much an “eat your own dog food” team, that is, we use the same technologies to accomplish our own tasks …

Nutanix Era Databases & API Automation

You could be forgiven for thinking that automation on Nutanix only means working with VMs, images, maybe Nutanix Calm for application lifecycle management and Karbon for Kubernetes clusters. Up to this point, those components and products have been covered in a many articles and code samples. There’s one component that will be part of almost …

Nutanix Calm DSL – Quick Tips Part 2

In this edition of Nutanix Calm DSL Quick Tips, I’ll cover a few more things that are in the docs, but that new users may skip over. In isolation these things may seem minor (as with many things in the developer world), but when used as part of an overall workflow, can increase both efficiency …

Nutanix Calm DSL – Project Environments

In the recently released Nutanix Calm DSL Lab, a ton of various Calm DSL topics were covered. Before diving into the content for this article, I strongly recommend checking out the lab, as it is a great way to get started with the Calm DSL. One of the topics in the lab was Calm Projects. …

Nutanix Calm DSL Lab – Available Now!

In recent months there have been a number of articles published about the Nutanix Calm DSL. For example, I’ve covered: Introducing the Nutanix Calm DSL Nutanix Calm DSL – Managing Projects From UI to Code – Calm DSL and Blueprint Decompile There’s also the Nutanix Calm DSL “home page” on Nutanix.dev that nicely groups together …