I hope you enjoyed the material we published on the Nutanix community blog in 2016. We work hard on writing material that will help inform, with our how-to articles, and educate with our videos from nu.school.
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As 2016 draws to a close, here are the top seven most viewed posts from the past year on our community site starting with number seven.
 The ROI of Nutanix on Cisco UCS
Steven Kaplan shares how Nutanix enables Cisco USC C-series customers to bring AWS-like simplicity and scalability to their own datacenters, but with lower cost and greater control.
 How To Replicate Virtual Machines Between Different Hypervisors
Mike McGhee explains how Nutanix VM mobility provides a simplified means for replicating Nutanix based virtual machines between different hypervisors.
 What's New in Acropolis 4.7
The release of Acropolis 4.7 brought many new features and also some tech preview items for folks to test out in their labs.
 Containers Enter the Acropolis Data Fabric
Denis Guyadeen shares how Nutanix and Docker solutions provide two great advantages, the web-scale IT of Nutanix alongside the speed and agility of Docker.
 Reducing Oracle Licensing Cost on Nutanix
This is Steven Kaplan second spot on the list. It's in this post he defines steps, that Nutanix customers (including Dell XC and Lenovo HX) can take to help contain, and optimize, Oracle licensing on the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform.
 The Prestige Continues - Community Edition
This is part two of Richard Arsenian popular post on getting started with Nutanix community edition and the Intel NUC. In this post he outlines how he also gave the NUC a custom paint job.
 Nutanix Community Edition. The Prestige
Richard Arsenian walks through installing Nutanix community edition on an Intel NUC for your home lab. It's a great read and interesting way to get familiar with community edition.
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