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Creating a Nutanix Storage Pool and Container with PRISM

I was given a Nutanix cluster with 2 blocks (8 nodes) to learn about the product, features and interoperability. During the installation and configuration process  I recorded a video to demonstrate how simple and easy Nutanix really is.
 
In the first video of this series I demonstrated how I quick switched Nutanix Hyper-V to vSphere. In the second video I demonstrated how to create a brand new cluster and how Nutanix uses IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol (Bonjour) to identify nodes and blocks available to initialize a cluster
 
This third video demonstrates how to create a Nutanix Storage Pool and Container using the Nutanix PRISM UI. Simple. Beautiful. Easy!
 
In my next video I will demonstrate a little more about the PRISM UI and Nutanix features . Keep tuned!
 
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This article was first published by Andre Leibovici (@andreleibovici) at myvirtualcloud.net.

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  1. Jorge de la Cruz (@jorgedlcruz)

    I’m following you all of this post about Nutanix, is like you playin with the future, but it’s real. Very nice job Andre!

  2. Andre Leibovici

    Thanks Jorge, and yes it’s very real and many organizations taking advantage. Wait until you see what else is coming on Nutanix roadmap.

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