SUSE Manager validated on Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor
SUSE and Nutanix have joined forces to make infrastructure simple, agile, reliable.
Nutanix provides a fully software-defined stack that integrates compute, virtualization, storage, networking, and security to power any application at any scale. Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor is their enterprise-ready hypervisor, offering integrated virtualization, app mobility, management, operational insights, and security.
We are very excited that SUSE Manager is now validated on Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor. As part of the Nutanix Ready Program SUSE Manager is now a recommended and trusted application. With this validation SUSE Manager can run confidently on Nutanix infrastructure.
In combination with the Virtual Host Manager for the Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor, which can be set up with SUSE Manager 4.1.1, customers can use Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor virtual machines.
Virtual Host Managers are used to gather information from a range of client types. Virtual Host Managers can be used to request information about virtual hosts and organize instances into virtualization groups for easy management. With your virtualized clients organized this way, data can be collected on the clients for display in the SUSE Manager Web user interface. Customers can now see all information of their Nutanix virtual machines in the SUSE Manager Web user interface. This also allows to use of subscription matching on your virtualized clients.
Virtual Host Managers deployments, anywhere, and be assured that they’re opting for validated, supported solutions when deploying on SUSE & Nutanix!
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About SUSE Manager
SUSE Manager 4.1 is designed for enterprise DevOps and IT operations teams and is the best-in-class open source management solution for your software-defined infrastructure, managing multiple Linux distributions (including Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu), across hardware platforms including x86, IBM Power Systems and z Systems, as well as physical, virtual and cloud environments; all from a single centralized console.