Nimble Storage has again updated its operating system, this time to version 2.1, and it's packed with useful new capabilities. To get you up to speed as quickly as possible, some of Nimble's top Systems Engineers have collaborated on a series of blog posts, which we'll post over the course of the next two weeks.
We'll list them all here, with links to each post as they're available.
|Overview: What’s New in NimbleOS 2.1||David Risley||Link|
|2||Simplified iSCSI Networking Configurations||Phil Davies||Link|
|3||Introducing the NEW VMware Plugin||Rich Fenton||Link|
|4||VMware Plugin - Detailed Workflows (With Video Demos)||Rich Fenton||Link|
|5||RAID-3P - Nimble's New Triple Parity RAID Implementation||Nick Dyer||Link|
|6||Self-Generating WebUI Certificates||Rich Fenton||Link|
|7||VLAN Tagging Support||Bill Borsari||Link|
|8||Role-Based Access Control||Dmitriy Sandler||Link|
|9||Volume Move Between Pools Within Scale-Out Groups||Ezat Dayeh||Link|
|10||VAAI Thin Provision Stun / Volume Online-Non Writable||Walter Van Hoolst||Link|
|11||Exchange Log Truncation / Verification||Jason Monger|