Nutanix and Gitlab – vSphere Cluster creation and AOS configuration

In the previous blog post, we showed you how Gitlab and Nutanix Foundation APIs could be leveraged to create a Nutanix AHV cluster from scratch: https://vinception.fr/nutanix-and-gitlab-foundation-and-cluster-creation/In this post, we are going to use the same components, method and process to:

  • Create a Nutanix Cluster with vSphere as the Hypervisor
  • Configure the Nutanix Cluster (AOS settings): Accept Eula, Configure Pulse, DNS, NTP, LCM, Http Proxy, Timezone, SNMP, SMTP, Containers, Syslog, Licensing, Active Directory, Role Mappings

We still have our Gitlab

Nutanix April Releases

Nutanix has announced a couple of new releases in April:

All new announcements can be found here: Announcements

Regarding Nutanix Move, there are a few new interesting features with the 3.5.0 release