• NimbleOS 4: Quality of Service (QoS-Limits)

    In the latest instalment of the NimbleOS 4 - A detailed exploration blog series, I will be introducing you to Quality of Service feature.   Quite often, you will see a NimbleOS feature that has developed through...
    rfenton
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  • NimbleConnect Upgrade Announcement | Sneak Peek

    We're upgrading our community!   NimbleConnect is being upgraded on May 16, 2017. The upgrade will include a number of improvements to how our community looks, feels, and behaves. Here are some highlights:  ...
    Brian MacDonald
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  • Introducing the Nimble PowerShell Toolkit 1.0

    It’s tough to beat PowerShell for automating administrative tasks, or simply providing an elegant and powerful command line based alternative to the Nimble Web UI. With the introduction of NimbleOS 2.3, we made ...
    Julian Cates
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  • NimbleOS 4 - Next Generation HTML 5 GUI

    I’m pleased to kickoff the first blog in the series NimbleOS4: A Detailed exploration.   With the release of Nimble OS version 4, customers will notice a significant change to the look and feel when they ...
    Craig Sullivan
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  • Introducing Nimble Playbook

    Taking some inspiration from Ansible I've put together a Ruby script that wraps the Bimbly REST client and digests yaml files to generate calls to the Nimble device. You don't need to understand Ruby to use the script...
    Kyle Kennedy
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  • The Docker Store introduces validated 3rd party solutions for Enterprise IT

    Photo Credit: Docker Blog Gartner says 70% IT organizations planning a private PaaS will deploy a container service instead. 1 IDC predicts that achieving portability and hardware efficiency for traditional applicatio...
    Stacey Gilmore
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  • Why do I need Nimble Storage for my in-memory database?

    SAP HANA is the foundation for the future of SAP business software. SAP announced in 2015 that it will end mainstream support for its software running on traditional RDBMs in 2025. While that date seems a far way off,...
    Craig Sullivan
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  • Postman and Nimble REST API

    I've wrote few blogs on Nimble Connect in the last few months talking about PowerShell and PowerCLI and how to leverage Nimble Storage REST API (see details in the end). I often get questions such "where/how do I sta...
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  • Research Validates Move to Active Backup

    I’ve been sharing with you my observations around data backup and the growing indication that customers are expecting more from their backup systems.  We’ve seen it in an increasing number of deals, w...
    Michael Harding
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  • Self-Driven Flash Performance and Always-On Availability - Nimble and Veeam

    It has been estimated that of the 30,000 traffic fatalities that occur each year, 94% are caused by human error. Self-driving cars can potentially end this carnage by removing the human element out of the equation. In...
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  • Setting up replication over a dedicated interface

    Recently one of my customers asked me to configure their array(s) to use a dedicated interface for their replication.  My immediate thought was to use the VLAN tagging capability in 2.1 (you'll learn about this i...
    rfenton
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  • Interactive Nimble Rest Client - Ruby

    I've developed an interactive and inclusive ReST client for Nimble arrays and would like to share/receive feedback.   Bimbly When looking over the ReST API documentation I saw that it was very vast. I sought...
    Kyle Kennedy
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  • Understanding your individual Application's DNA

    If you have attended a recent Nimble presentation or had a discussion with one of our technical team, you'd have probably heard us talk about Application-Centric Data Services.  This is much more than an industry...
    rfenton
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  • Tech Preview: Windows Containers Docker Volume plugin

    In recent years Microsoft has gone through a transformation to attract more developers to their ecosystems. Native Linux binaries in a Ubuntu sandbox, open sourcing PowerShell, a free cross-platform source code editor...
    Michael Mattsson
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  • Start cooking with Chef

    Here and there I often get an inquiry about using Chef with Nimble arrays. My standard response has been that we have a comprehensive REST API, please use that. It still remains my standard answer but now I have a blo...
    Michael Mattsson
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  • VVol recovery, the fully automated way

    Few weeks back I wrote to the community about VVol restore, and how such operation can be performed (if you missed it, here's the link). How many time does one need to restore a full virtual machine? I can think abou...
    Moshe Blumberg
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  • NimbleOS 3 - Introduction To Folders

    With the release of NimbleOS 3.1 we have introduced a new construct into the NimbleOS platform called Folders. These are primarily designed to allow users to logically group volumes together for various use cases such...
    Nick Dyer
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  • Lowering Risk Through Automated Headroom Management

    (Cross-posted at my Recovery Monkey blog, the version here is slightly more Nimble-specific) Before we begin: This is a vendor-neutral post. I realize there may be no architecture that can do everything I’m prop...
  • Tech Preview of Nimble Linux Toolkit 2.1: New Docker features!

    It has been a busy few weeks in Nimble engineering while polishing the next incremental update of our Docker Volume plug-in. We’re striving to abstract all our core features to the Docker API to make end-users s...
    Michael Mattsson
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  • VVol restore, the fully automated way

    In an ideal world we wouldn't need to worry about data protection and recovery, as we all know in this industry a restore is an operation that we perform very often.   In the next blog I will try and cover data ...
    Moshe Blumberg
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