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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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our company just purchase Nutanix 2 years ago and we are using dell hardware, so  I am still learning especially when it comes to Nutanix and  Veeam backup

Working on reimaging some old G4 nodes with ESXi as a test.

We are working on building VDI infrastructure on top of Nutanix.

i am studying to certifiate myself

Currently rolling out  a files deployment.  The initial set up and installation was pretty smooth with the exception of getting file analytics to work.  Had some issues with authentication, reached out to support for help on that and found that some of the internal networking components was creating trouble for us.  We had to get an engineer on the line that made some modifications to the OVM and got it working.  Other then that small hiccup, smooth sailing with the help of the fine engineer.  

Pulling alerts out using Python and the Prism API

Nutanix Calm

Currently planning a potential DR environment using Leap.

just say hello to everyone I’m new

Hi everyone. I'm Nutanix implementer as business partner with Nutanix in Thailand.

I just move from IBM Domain to Nutanix Domain. i love the way that Nutanix do

Hello Everyone and @aluciani!

My name is Badrul from Malaysia.

Currently playing around with Nutanix CE to gain more knowledge on Nutanix environment. Its really great so far. Cool knowing you guys!

thanks!