The hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) market has been on a fast journey over the past few years. Starting as a hardware-centric market focused on the simplicity of procuring data-centre hardware and software in one fell swoop, it quickly shifted as software-centric technology vendors and customers alike realised the biggest value一and innovation一was in the software. This is probably not surprising to those closely following the HCI market now but then it was a big change in the IT industry, as it evolved to embrace software-defined offerings.
Increasingly ‘smart’ datacentres will lead to savings of over a billion metric tons of CO2 emissions over the next four years, IDC said. When the numbers are so large and the stakes are so high, CIOs and other executives will do well to take notice.
Nutanix, a leader in private, hybrid and multicloud computing, announced that it hosted a successful Virtual Database Summit for customers and organisations looking to modernise data operations and simplify database management. The event delivered insights and best practices from customers and experts on their journey to DBaaS (Database-as-a-Service) and took place on June 15.
Nutanix Recognised as 2021 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice Vendor for Hyperconverged Infrastructure.
Nutanix and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Announce Expanded Partnership to Accelerate Hybrid Cloud and Multicloud Adoption with New Database as a Service Offering Delivered through HPE GreenLake.
Nutanix, a leader in private, hybrid and multicloud computing, has announced the launch of the Nutanix Elevate Service Provider Program, …
Al Hussein Technical University Signs a Collaboration Agreement with Nutanix.
Study Shows Financial Services Organisations’ Push Towards Hybrid Cloud Model is Built on Private Cloud Investments.
Nutanix Extends Ransomware Protections to Help Secure Customers’ IT Environments. Hybrid and multi-cloud leader strengthens networking, storage and virtualisation services.
Tonya Chin, CCO at Nutanix, 2021 predictions include how the current market climate could lead to the ‘democratisation’ of investor relations.