Are you new to Era and want to learn more about it? Are you an experienced engineer working with the product looking for answers?
Era is a database as a service (DBaaS) that automates and simplifies database administration, bringing one-click simplicity and invisible operations to database provisioning and life-cycle management. Nutanix has an article with over 50 questions answered about Nutanix Era 2.0. The article covers questions on the variety of topics, such as:
- Time Machines
- Provisioning and Cloning Across Multiple CLusters
- SAP HANA on Era
- Copy Data Management for Multiple Databases
- SQL Server Patching
- SQL Server Database Group
- PostgreSQL Patching
- Oracle Restore
- PostgreSQL Restore
Some of the questions answered are:
Can a single Era management plane handle multiple Nutanix clusters?
What type of networks are supported for Era Agents?
Can two or more pre-2.0 Era instances be converged into one?
What version of Oracle is supported for Oracle Restore?
Can we clone a few databases only from the SQL server DB group?
What is the process of SQL Server AG Patching?
We registered a source database residing on the EXT3 filesystem and subsequently created a software profile from it. When I provision a new system using this profile, the database gets provisioned on the XFS filesystem. Why is this discrepancy?
For more information on Era 2.0 refer to Era User Guide.