Nimble Storage recently upgraded its operating system from v1.4 to a major new release – v2.0.

To provide our customers and prospects with useful information about how the new OS works out in the wild, some of the Nimble Storage systems engineers have collaborated on a series of blog posts. We'll list them all here, with links to the original blog post.

Blog #TitleAuthorLink
Part 1Manual vs Automatic NetworkingNick DyerLink
Part 2Nimble Connection Manager for WindowsRich FentonLink
Part 3Nimble Connection Manager for VMwareJason MongerLink
Part 4Upgrading an array 1.4.x -> 2.0.7 via GUIWalter Van HoolstLink
Part 5Merging Two Arrays into a Single Group - Smells Like ScaleoutRich FentonLink
Part 6Adding a New Array to an Existing GroupJustin RohanLink
Part 7The Concept of Storage PoolsEzat DayehLink
Part 8Non-Disruptive Firmware Updates In A Multi-Array GroupNick DyerLink
Part 9Changes to Array Replication in 2.0Phil DaviesLink
Part 10IP Address Zone SettingsKlaus KupferLink