“Calm DSL describes a simpler Python3 based DSL for writing Calm blueprints.”
This statement, taken from the Nutanix Calm DSL GitHub repository, outlines in quite simple terms what the DSL actually is. Aside from that, the Nutanix Calm DSL can be easily described as the first Nutanix Calm SDK.
With that in mind, the resources on this page are selected articles and technical resources that are aimed at helping you get familiar with configuring and using the Nutanix Calm DSL.
The articles below are a curated set of content from the Nutanix.dev blog. This content relates specifically to the Nutanix Calm DSL and it is strongly recommended to consume it in the order shown. This ensures the Nutanix Calm DSL is both introduced and that your environment is ready to use the Calm DSL.
Welcome back to the next instalment of the series I’m calling “stuff about the Calm DSL”. 🙂 In all honesty, the series doesn’t have a
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