Introducing Badges and a New Rank Structure

  • 4 May 2016
  • 4 replies
Introducing Badges and a New Rank Structure
Userlevel 7
Badge +35
Today we are delighted to announce the launch of Nutanix Community Badges, starting today we’ll be recognizing individuals who contribute to the growth and success of this community. As experts, we want to profile your knowledge, skills and community contributions.

Starting today, earned badges will be displayed on your community profile. There is plethora of badges to collect, some visible and some hidden, we like to add to the suspense! Here is a sample of the types of badges you can earn:

Don’t worry if you’ve been a long time Community member, your past contributions will also count towards your badge collection.

How do I earn a badge?

Keep doing what you are doing, contributing to conversations, asking questions, providing solutions to other community members, answering questions, and sharing your expertise. We know you work hard each day sharing your knowledge, and we want to recognize all that effort.

But wait, there is more!

We have also modified the member ranking structure. In short, the more you participate, the higher rank you will reach! Ranks are based on a combination of various types of member activity in the community. Every member of the community is assigned a rank based on their contributions.

We hope the new badges and ranking structure will make your community contributions a rewarding and fun experience.

4 replies

Userlevel 1
Badge +3
Hello everyone, my name is Jon Hall I am new to the Nutaix World I have a lab set with 2 NTX Clusters. learning the in and outs the old fashion way hands on. I am setting up a Xen 7.8 environment. Looking to learn more about how Nutanix can provide a seemless process to deploying vm's.
Userlevel 7
Badge +35
Hi  so glad you are part of this community!

Reach out if you have any questions - also hope to see you at .NEXT in Las Vegas 🙂
Badge +1
Hi All, My name is Siva Sankar Janaswamy. I work from India. We are going to setup the new Datacenter in Australia on Nutanix. We bought the Nutanox Box with 3 VMWare ESXi nodes. We'll rollout the server in this week end. My questions are -- Don't we need the vCenter server to Manage the ESXi hosts in cluster? -- Nutanix CVM will take care of all the features like HA, DRS and FT? -- How the NIC teaming configured in Nutanix to avaoid the single point of failure? -- What security features available in Nutanix? Is there a document /guide on this? Siva Sankar Janaswamy
Badge +10
Hi Silva,

Please download and carefully review the following documents. They should help address your questions: