Want to know more about Nutanix Volumes? Have you been thinking about getting training and/or a certification but don’t know where to start? Look no further! Here is your one stop shop to all things Volumes.
With Nutanix Volumes, you bridge the physical and virtual, consolidating infrastructure into a single unified platform. Want to learn how? Take advantage of these great resources so that you’re using Volumes to its fullest potential!
Take our Training Courses
In this free online course, we will give you an introduction into the foundations of Volumes that will give you the jump start you need to succeed!
Learn about data services and Nutanix data services technologies, specifically Nutanix Files, Nutanix Objects, and Nutanix Volumes.
This course teaches you the administrative skills needed to install, configure, manage, and upgrade three different Nutanix storage solution products: Nutanix Files, Nutanix Volumes, and Nutanix Objects.
Nutanix Files - As part of this course, you will set up and manage Nutanix Files, a software-defined, scale-out file storage solution that provides a repository for unstructured data, such as home directories and departmental shares.
Nutanix Volumes - You will learn how Nutanix Volumes provides file storage for your physical workloads, with the same simplicity as virtualized workloads, consolidating infrastructure into a single unified platform.
Nutanix Objects - Nutanix Objects allows you to build a simple, secure, and scale-out stack. We show you how easy it is to spin up the Nutanix Objects service in a few simple steps.
Once you’ve completed the training, test your knowledge and apply what you’ve learned by getting NCP-DS certified!
Watch demos on our Youtube Channel
Here you can find a playlist of all our demos on Nutanix Volume to see it live in action.
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Top Resource Guides
Find even more important resources on Volumes.
The Nutanix enterprise cloud software is hypervisor agnostic and can run any application, delivering scale-out storage via multiple protocols. With the innovative Nutanix Volumes feature, virtualized guest operating systems and physical hosts can access Acropolis distributed storage resources directly. Enterprises can also leverage existing server hardware investments against Nutanix storage resources. These capabilities establish Nutanix as the platform of choice across all workloads in an environment. Download this best practices guide for:
An overview of Nutanix Volumes in the context of Nutanix.
A matrix of supported clients and qualified applications.
Storage connectivity options and recommendations, including detailed guidance for configuring clients with and without MPIO as well as additional tuning parameters to maximize performance.
Data protection workflows for Volumes storage.
A detailed narrative of the Nutanix architecture, how the software and features work and how to leverage it for maximum performance.
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This article was written by Bellisa Bui, Customer Marketing Specialist.
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