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We are delighted to announce our partnership with Nutanix and the certification of our Edgenexus Load balancer/ADC on the Nutanix AHV platform.
Nutanix is revolutionizing application deployments with their hyperconverged infrastructure, and Edgenexus is simplifying the traditionally complex load-balancing arena – together, their benefits are amplified.
Load balancing is a critical piece of the modern application infrastructure. Together with the right deployment environment it can allow applications to easily scale, while at the same time providing additional security and resilience.
Greg Howett, CEO of Edgenexus said, “We have provided software-based load balancing for many years and are delighted that this partnership and certification, as an integrated and tested solution, can deliver additional benefits to our joint customers.”
“We believe that Edgenexus makes perfect sense for load balancing Nutanix based applications: the partnership demonstrates the natural synergy between the two companies committed to simplifying the complex”
“Customers no longer have the patience to work with overly complex products. They need a fully-featured solution but it needs to be delivered in an intuitive and easy to use format, so that it can be deployed quickly and reliably, with little or no training.”
Edgenexus for the Nutanix platform is immediately available via all Edgenexus partners and distributors.
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