Nutanix X-Play provides a collection of design libraries for out-of-the-box actions for notification, VM management, reporting, and scheduling. It also includes the REST API and script actions that can connect to your existing tools and systems. Anyone familiar with infrastructure operations alerts and actions should be able to
define a set of actions or a series of actions (called a “playbook”) within a matter of minutes.
Join us to learn how to intelligently automate your day-to-day operations with just a few clicks:
- Enable resource right-sizing with low code automation
- Enable application self-service with full control and visibility
- Achieve hybrid cloud orchestration for better app provisioning decisions
- Automatically generate a forecast report when the cluster is about run out of resource
- Send a message to Slack, email, or even Microsoft Teams by hooking up the REST API to call a messaging webhook
- Using X-Play’s out of box Send Alerts to ServiceNow action along with either the Alert or new Alerts Matching Criteria trigger
- Automatically expand disk space if it runs out
- Schedule Automation for a Maintenance Window
- Automatically add memory or CPU to a constrained VM
- Automatically scheduling upgrades or power cycling of VMs
- Host your existing scripts within a VM and use the Powershell or SSH action to trigger these existing scripts
- Live Demo and Q&A
Dec 9, 2022 (Friday)
2:30pm - 4:30pm
Cantonese with English Terminologies
^The event will be conducted in Cantonese and delivered in hybrid mode (synchronous classroom in-person and/or live virtual format).
Limited seats will be arranged for in-person participants.
Seat allocation will be conducted by 2 weeks prior to event day, and participants will be notified by email about the allocation by that time.
- 20+ years IT training experience
- Designed & developed a series of Multi-cloud & Containers practical hands-on courses
- Solid Real-world hands-on project experience in Docker & Kubernetes
Expertise in Nutanix , VMware, Microsoft, Docker, Kubernetes & Linux