Simple, Secure, Scale-Out Cloud Object Storage
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Dears:I have a POC plan to deploy Nutanix Objects on ESXi, on the Objects guide, it mentioned “The minimum supported version of NSX-T is 2.4.” I want to know if we do not use NSX-T, is it OK to deploy Objects?How to implement IPAM? Will Nutanix implement it by itself? Thanks!
Hi,We are looking to take an application which is currently running in AWS using S3 storage and deploy it on-prem on Nutanix.So I'm looking at Nutanix Objects, not because we need massive scale or throughput (a few TB and a few operations per sec), but simply so we get an S3 interface so don't need any application changes.However high availability is important, the service needs to stay up through VM crashes, node failures, upgrades etc.I can't seem to find any advice on sizing or much specifics about HA in the docs.Going through the create object store wizard, if I select 2 worker nodes I get only one load balancer which is presumably a single point of failure, when you get to 3 worker nodes you get 2 x LBs. So would I be correct that 3 x workers & 2 x LBs is the minimum HA setup? This wants a total of 104GB & 34 cores which feels massively excessive for a small deploy.Any advice is appreciated.Thanks,Tim
L.s,First time here with a question (there must be a first time)We want to create a environment with a Splunk/Nutanix combination. The storage for Splunk will be smartstore, so the warm storage is S3 compliant storage, something Nutanix can provide.The question comes from the fact that we will span Splunk acros two site’s. So each site will have a storage cluster and a compute cluster (multiple clusters because more then 3 hops). Site A has a compute cluster and a storage cluster, site B has the same. The Storage cluster will be synced between eachother.Splunk validated architecture says to have a loadbalancer between the Splunk indexers and the S3 storage. So when the storage in Site B fails.. Site B can use Site A as storage. But also the loadbalancer sends the compute cluster to the nearest storage available.Does Nutanix has something for this loadbalancer question? Can two clusters be adressed by one ip, ore is it indeed necessary to use a external loadbalancer?Thanks in advance
Hi Team,What if some random people run a feature like Nutanix Object without having a proper license for it, what they just have is only for AOS license.1. will they successfully use it in the cluster? 2.will that Object feature be affected when the active AOS license expires?3.Nutanix license is perpetual right? so when it expires all features are still working except support from TAC but what about the features that runs illegally, will they be affected once active license that doesnt supports the feature they enabled expires? Thank you so much for clarification.
How do I fix the Object configuration when redeploying the PC。AOS 6.5.2. ahv20220304.342 object 3.6 mps controller 4.2.2The Object client can be accessed to Buckets. How do I restore the object configuration information on the newly deployed PC
In this video - which walks through setting up Objects for multi-tenancy/self service - you’ll see how s3 users in different departments, organizations, or domains can have a single Nutanix object store divided up between them for efficient and secure resource sharing. The video covers such features as multi directory integration for IAM, multi-FQDN, quotas, objects browser (self-service portal) and bucket tagging…. and in true software-defined fashion we're continuing to add features that make Objects ever more optimized for multi-tenancy.
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