Nutanix Prism Central version 5.10.x Scalability Limitation

Nutanix Prism Central ( PC ) — Prism Pro version 5.10.x has its own scalability limitations or Maximums to expand it to manage multi-cluster environment.

Nutanix Prism Central offer dozens of useful tools and functionality like Inefficient VM Profile scanning that detects the Bully, Zombie and over-provisioned VMs in cluster(s).

Prism Central Single VM deployment

As a default, in a single VM deployment, the Prism Central VM requires these resources scalability , limitation or maximums to support the clusters and VMs indicated in the table.

VM Size1-VM InstanceGuest VMs Supported (across all clusters)Virtual disks per VM
Large8 vCPUs32 GB memory 2500 GiB storageUp to 125003
Small4 vCPUs16 GB memory 500 GiB storageUp to 25003


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Prism Central Three VM deployment

As a default, all Prism Central VMs in a scale-out deployment (three VMs total) require these resources scalability , limitation or maximums to support the clusters and VMs indicated as follows.

VM Size3-VM Instance (Total, All PC VMs)Guest VMs Supported (across all clusters)Virtual disks per VM
Large24 vCPUs96 GB memory 7500 GiB storageUp to 250003
Small12 vCPUs48 GB memory 1500 GiB storageUp to 50003


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Nutanix Calm Configurations

Nutanix calm certified configuration scalability , limitation or maximums size details.

Prism Central VM SizeApplications and Blueprints
Large with 1200 running VMs5000
Large with 12000 running VMs1700
Small with 2500 running VMs2000


Note: The above listed applications and blueprints number includes both running and deleted applications and blueprints.

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Conclusion

Nutanix Prism central known as Nutanix PC as well has enough large scalability or maximums and increase it over the time as new major version of Nutanix prism central ( PC ) release.


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