Create a Nutanix VM

The Virtual Machines, or VM, is the core to most workloads. With a Nutanix VM you are able to define resources, such as vCPU, vRAM, network, and storage it can leverage for the guest operating system and applications. Before you can get to the point of installing a guest OS, like Windows or Linux, you must first create a Virtual Machine. This video shows the process of creating a basic VM in your Nutanix cluster using Prism.