Nutanix Clusters GovCloud enables United States government customers to run a secure Nutanix cluster on AWS GovCloud in adherence with the US government compliance regimes.
Nutanix Clusters GovCloud runs as a separate instance from the Nutanix Clusters commercial instance. To create a Nutanix cluster on AWS GovCloud, set up your AWS GovCloud account similar to an AWS commercial account. After you set up your AWS GovCloud account and complete the required documentation, the GovCloud Nutanix Operations team provides you access to the Nutanix Clusters GovCloud instance. You can then proceed to create a Nutanix cluster on AWS GovCloud as you would do on a commercial instance. Even though Nutanix Clusters GovCloud runs as a separate instance from the commercial instance, all features and workflows are identical to the commercial instance of Nutanix Clusters. See Nutanix Clusters On AWS Deployment and User Guide for more information.
You can create a Nutanix cluster in the following AWS GovCloud Regions:
AWS GovCloud (US-East)
AWS GovCloud (US-West)
See AWS GovCloud Regions for more information.
Ensure the following to fulfill the AWS GovCloud requirements:
Set up an AWS GovCloud account.
Set up your AWS GovCloud account with the same permissions and requirements as described in Requirements for Nutanix Clusters on AWS..
Perform the additional steps required to gain access to AWS GovCloud regions as described in Getting Started with AWS GovCloud (US).
Request for a service quota increase from AWS. See Service Quotas for more information.
Ensure the following to fulfill the Nutanix Clusters GovCloud requirements:
Ensure that you fulfill and understand the requirements described in Gov Cloud and FedRAMP.
Fill a questionnaire and submit it to the GovCloud Nutanix Operations team for approval. Once the approval goes through, the GovCloud Nutanix Operations team provides you access to the Nutanix Clusters GovCloud instance.
Contact your sales team for the questionnaire.
In AWS GovCloud, set up connectivity (VPN) and networking infrastructure (VPC, subnets, and so on) as described in Requirements for Nutanix Clusters on AWS and Nutanix Clusters Infrastructure Deployment.
After you complete the necessary prerequisites and documentation, the GovCloud Nutanix Operations team provides you access to the Nutanix Clusters GovCloud instance.
Nutanix does not support the automatic application of licenses on clusters running on AWS GovCloud. Manually apply software-only (SWO) licenses to your clusters running on AWS GovCloud by using the Prism web console. You can apply either capacity-based licenses (CBL) or node-based licenses (NBL) SWO licenses.Note: Nutanix Clusters on AWS GovCloud does not support the Pay As You Go and Cloud Commit billing models.
The following sections are release notes that apply from that date and reflect changes since the previous dated section.
This release notes includes content only related to Nutanix Clusters on AWS GovCloud.
See Nutanix Clusters on AWS Release Notes for more information about issues common to both Nutanix Clusters on AWS and Nutanix Clusters on AWS GovCloud.
March 1, 2021
Nutanix Clusters on AWS GovCloud is now generally available.
Known issues are always for the current release.
Following are the known issues in this release:
You might not receive any emails about multiple alerts that appear in the Nutanix Clusters console notification center.CLSTR-766
Welcome email that you receive after you subscribe to Nutanix Clusters has a reference to Nutanix Frame instead of Nutanix Clusters.CLSTR-1408CLSTR-1436
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