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What's New for AOS 5.19?

  • 20 March 2021
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What's New for AOS 5.19?
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This post was written by Bellisa Bui, Customer Marketing Intern for Nutanix University

 

AOS 5.19 is here! And with new features, means new possibilities. In AOS 5.19, we’ve added:

  • Ability to migrate virtual disks for a VM from one storage container to another

  • Live migrate the entire virtual machine that includes:

    • All of its Vdisks 

    • Specify individual Vdisks for a single VM

 

To make it easier for you, we’ve created a demo video that walks you through these new features for AOS 5.19. You can follow along to learn more about what AOS 5.19 has to offer! 

This demo will specifically show you a SQL 01 VM with two virtual disks that have been migrated to the DB storage, while the second disk is being moved from the SQL VM to another storage container.

 

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Watch the video here: What's new for AOS 5.19 and then tell us below what your favorite new feature is.

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