The Five Hundred (500+ VMs via v3 API)
Whether it be virtual machines, files or even Acme Corporation Whatsits, querying a large set requires a little thought. Quick intro note – for the purposes of this article we’ll define large as more than 500 items, even though many environments are much larger. Consider the following basic scenario: A Nutanix environment with clusters running … Continue...
Rinse & Repeat (Cloud-Init Lab)
The labs on the Nutanix Developer portal, up until now, have covered a few things. Nutanix products like Calm, technical subjects such as API usage (Python, C#, PHP), to name a few. Today’s quick lab introduces the use of Nutanix Acropolis and Cloud-Init together. By following this lab, you will learn how to deploy VMs … Continued
Number 5 is alive! (Calm Lab)
Ok so it’s technically number 6, but who can forget that iconic line? 🙂 Today’s quick post introduces the latest lab to join the Nutanix Developer Portal labs lineup! The lab, named Calm Lab 1.0, is aimed squarely at getting exposure to Nutanix Calm, including how you, our developer community, could integrate your scripts directly … Continued
API Finger Food (Code Samples)
While writing these blog posts, I often find myself saying “One of the most common questions we get is …” The interesting thing is that it’s absolutely real – we get a wide range of questions from customers, partners, community and event attendees. Naturally, we do see some patterns when looking at those questions. Today’s … Conti...
Developer Day at .NEXT has been deployed to production
Our inaugural Developer Day event happened May 7th, 2019 at the Anaheim Marriott as a prelude to the awesomeness that is .NEXT. This exclusive event would bring together some of our most technical customers and Nutantix folks for a jam-packed day of learning, discussions and hands on labs. Breakfast was served and the day started off … Continued
Windows on the APIs – New Lab Available Now
In the past month or two we’ve published a couple of introductory labs. Based on PHP and Python, they’re a great intro into using the Nutanix APIs and can be found on the Nutanix Developer Portal Labs page. But … what if you aren’t a PHP or Python developer? We’ve just published a intro new … Continued
Nutanix in the real world
.NEXT is right around the corner, taking place May 7-9, 2019 in Anaheim, California. For those developers attending the conference, be sure to attend Developer Day on May 7. After lunch at Developer Day, we will be hosting a panel discussion with Nutanix customers to share their first hand experience working with and using Nutanix … Continued
Using Nutanix Calm & HTTP Tasks
In part 1 of this mini series, Using Nutanix Calm & eScript, we simulated calling a third party API to get an IPAM-issued IP address. The intention behind that article was to look at something that’s more common than you might think – assigning an IP address to a VM in an environment that doesn’t … Continued
Introducing Our Developer Day Speakers
Listen to the experts! With less than 2 months away from Developer Day at .NEXT in Anaheim, CA, we are excited to announce the voices behind the event – our speakers! Gene Kim, author of The Phoenix Project We’ll be joined by Multiple award-winning CTO, researcher, entrepreneur and founder of Tripwire, Gene Kim! As a … Continued