Calm Cookbook – Recipe #1 – Blueprint Import

Written by Laura Jordana, Technical Marketing Engineer at Nutanix While working on a recent project, I came across a need to automate certain operations in Calm. One of these operations was to automate the import/upload of a blueprint within Calm. Of course, we can easily do this in Prism by clicking on Blueprints > Upload […]

Slide on Over To Nutanix Leap

Written by Dwayne Lessner, Principal Technical Marketing Engineer at Nutanix Nutanix/Xi Leap Nutanix Leap is the product for DR Orchestration to another on-prem environment or to Xi Leap which is Nutanix’s hosted DR-as-a-Service. Nutanix has had integrated data protection since NOS 3.0 which relied on the use of protection domains. Protection domains gives the ability […]

Keep Calm and INTEGRATE – Automating Your Automation – APIs

In the previous part of this mini-series we did a quick run-through of our environment. This environment is configured with Prism Central and a Nutanix Calm blueprint that deploys the first VM in our application. We’ve seen that our Nutanix Calm blueprint launches a single replica of a CentOS Linux 7 virtual machine and installs […]

Keep Calm and INTEGRATE – Automating Your Automation – Setup

On their own, platforms and the tools they offer can greatly improve infrastructure efficiency. Consider the following high-level points. Virtual machines vs a collection of physical hardware Inserting a CD-ROM vs attaching a disk volume Manually following an operating system installation wizard vs deploying from a VM image Manually installing software on a VM after […]

Launch a Nutanix Calm blueprint via API – Part 2

A couple of days ago I published a quick article entitled Launch a Nutanix Calm blueprint with API – Part 1. That article covered, as suggested by the excessively descriptive (:-)) title, how to use the Nutanix v3 APIs to launch a Nutanix Calm blueprint. In that article, I also said the article would be […]

Join us at the DevOps Enterprise Summit in London from June 25-27th!

Last month Nutanix had the pleasure of hosting Gene Kim as a keynote speaker at our inaugural Developer Day at .NEXT Anaheim.  Feedback of the event was so positive from Nutanix Customers, Partners, and employees that we jumped at the opportunity to work with Gene again at the DevOps Enterprise Summit in London from June […]

REST API Versioning – A Misunderstood Soul

There is a considerable amount of confusion and debate around the topic of versioning REST APIs. The opinions range all the way from don’t version your APIs (Roy Fielding) to version using HTTP headers to placing it in the URI and probably everything in between. Indeed, giants in the modern computing era like Microsoft, Amazon, […]

Creating a CI/CD Pipeline with Nutanix Calm and Jenkins

Written by Michael Haigh, Technical Marketing Engineer at Nutanix   As a developer or administrator, you’re likely aware of the value that Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery provide your business. But you’re also likely aware of the challenge of configuring your testing and deployment automation, which is critical to a successful CI/CD model. However, Nutanix […]

Nutanix Cloud Native and Calm: Better Together! Part II

Previously we covered importing a Calm Blueprint into your own environment, modifying the necessary fields to customize it, and then deploying a fully functional Nutanix Cloud Native application with Nutanix Calm. Today we’re diving into the architecture of the blueprint. Era Nutanix Era is a database management solution that that automates the provisioning and protection […]

Nutanix Cloud Native and Calm: Better Together!

Written by Michael Haigh, Technical Marketing Engineer at Nutanix Previously we covered how easy it is for developers and administrators to deploy an application onto Nutanix Cloud Native due to its adherence to open API standards.  We deployed an Oscar e-commerce site, backing it with containers running on Nutanix Karbon, a PostgreSQL database cloned by […]

SSH PUBLIC KEY

Copy the SSH public key below.  In BASH shell environments, for example, this file could be saved to ~/.ssh/nutanix_demo.pub

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