NEW Course Out Now: What’s New in AOS 5.17

  • 11 June 2020
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NEW Course Out Now: What’s New in AOS 5.17
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This post was authored by Sydney Araya Customer Marketing Specialist, Education Services at Nutanix.


Check out What’s New in AOS 5.17, a new course from Nutanix University! AOS 5.17 is an update that makes its presence felt in several major products in the Nutanix portfolio. Use this course to discover all the new features and get up to speed fast with everything AOS 5.17. 


NEW features discussed in this course are:

  • Support for NVMe boot and data drives, Hyper-V 2019, and rack fault tolerance support for Hyper-V

  • The ability to directly attach volume groups in a guest VM cluster

  • Better search, improved Cross-Play, and support for multiple vDisks for Prism

  • Improvements to Nutanix Files, Xi Cloud Services, Flow, and Foundation Central


For all this and more, check out the course today in the Nutanix University Learning Platform.





For all this and more, check out the course today in the Nutanix University Learning Platform.


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