X-Ray is packaged as a VM and uses realistic workloads paired with real-world scenarios to simulate various workflows and events that typically occur during datacenter hyperconverged infrastructure lifecycles.
Documentation & X-Ray Downloads
Nutanix X-Ray Portal
Nutanix Token Generation
Performance Testing in 4 Easy Steps: How to get started:
- Download X-Ray (Nutanix X-Ray Portal)
- Deploy X-Ray (either QCOW or OVF)
- Generate X-Ray token (Nutanix Token Generation) NB: a MyNutanix account is required: (nutanix.com/x-ray)
- Add a target test cluster and queue your test scenarios
Nutanix X-Ray Release Notes
Recent Nutanix Blogs
September 2018 Fast Cars - Comparing and Contrasting Your Hyperconverged Infrastructure | Nutanix Community
July 2018 Nutanix X-Ray 3.0: Hyperconverged Infrastructure Lifecycle Testing
May 2018 X-Ray Vision as Nutanix Goes Open Source
April 2018 Chaos Monkey for the Enterprise Cloud
December 2017 Holiday Bonanza: Bring Your Own Workloads!
November 2017 Who cares about infrastructure benchmarking?
October 2017 Simpler infrastructure benchmarking with the launch of X-Ray 2.1
May 2018 .NEXT 2018: Xtract & X-Ray Updates by @RCantw3ll
Open Source URLs
Curie test scenario component code on GitLab
Open source MIT license
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