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One of the awesome things about community, is the sharing and learning that can happen. It's always encouraging to see others want to help solve problems they are not directly involved in, offer new idea's to old problems and look for new ways of doing things.

It also helps me connect people who may have similar interests, and can benefit from sharing their experiences.

I thought this would be a great place to share what you are working on, get introduced to the community and let us know how we can help. Add your comments below, and let's begin the conversation.

We have an EPIC community, let's connect and help each other power the next generation of enterprise computing.

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I’m working on Nutanix University to have my NCAP.

Deploying the Nutanix 4 node. For the School enrollment system.

Hello, I’m working on virtualization, Data Protection, Async DR, and Migrate from ESXI to AHV

Working on trying to resolve bugs with high CVM memory utilization

I am working on learning all of out Nutanix infrastructure and how to maintain it since I am very new to Nutanix.

I am working on completing BIOS updates for all of our Nutanix servers.

Deploying a homelab!

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I just built 2 new Nutanix clusters yesterday 

Hi Everyone,

I am  a VMware engineer currently and joined to learn more skills in Nutanix User Group

Thank you.


Working on installation of Prism CE and trying to install Prism central on top of it.

Hi this is Talal, and I am a fan of Nutanix, and I am here to get certified and learn from others experiences with this great technology.

Now I am working on build a test environment using CE.


I am trying to find out about how Nutanix can help my company build a VDI environment for traders. In addition to the flexibility of a VDI environment, the emphasis is on delivering high resolution graphics to the traders machines.

The current physical trader set up is as follows:

1 X IPTrade Virtual Turret (Trader phone lines)

8  x 19” Planar monitors

2 X NVIDIA Quadro P2000 Graphics Card (4 ports)

OS Name:                   Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise
System Model:              HP Z6 G4 Workstation
System Type:               x64-based PC
Processor(s):              2 Processor(s) Installed.
                           [01]: Intel64 Family 6 Model 85 Stepping 4 GenuineIntel ~3192 Mhz
                           [02]: Intel64 Family 6 Model 85 Stepping 4 GenuineIntel ~3192 Mhz
Total Physical Memory:    64 GB
Network Card(s):           3 NIC(s) Installed.
                           [01]: Intel(R) Ethernet Connection X722 for 1GbE
                           [02]: Intel(R) Ethernet Connection X722
                           [03]: Intel(R) Ethernet Connection (3) I219-LM


The applications include Bloomberg, Citrix Receiver based apps, Java based applications, Web based apps (all with graphics intensive requirements). I am trying to determine if Nutanix fits the bill specially with intense graphics needs. Also, I would like to find out what Nutanix components are needed to implement such VDI environment.

What workstations have been approved by Nutanix (HP, Dell, etc.)?

I work in New York City. Any info will be appreciated

Implementing new Nutanix hardware (3 additional nodes) to existing cluster and then implementing Nutanix Xi Frame to run virtual desktops.

Move last few Dev/Test VMs from Azure back to our on-prim Nutanix servers. 

Preparing to upgrade BMC on our 3 node cluster.

Hi, I’m Robby from Indonesia. I am an Network Administrator

Hello to all.

Like many others here, I am trying to get my feet wet with Nutanix CE.  In my case, this is my attempt at learning about the technology in preparation for an actual production deployment coming up soon at my place of work.

I intend to use two DELL PCs with SSD/HDD combo.  Each has a quad-core i7 and 16GB RAM.

Looking forward to learning and maybe eventually even pursue a certification. 

Hello everyone, discovering Nutanix world. As solution architect I have to develop the better offer for our customers, and Nutanix have such of very interesting features that could easily be intagrated.

I hope this is just the beginning of a long adventure.

Expanding our Corp remote access solution on Nutanix :)

I am working on passing NCP 5.10 then NCAP 5.10.

I’m Jonathan and I work for Shropshire Council in England.   I’m just starting out on the training for NCP 5.15.

Adding nodes to our  Nutanix VDI infrastructure.

We are preparing for an upgrade to ESXi and AOS.

We are moving the majority of our infrastructure to smaller, more manageable clusters.

VDIs …. IAAS…  and building really nice DR systems with Nutanix!