Nutanix .NEXT 2016 Europe - Opening Keynote

  • 23 November 2016
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Nutanix .NEXT 2016 Europe - Opening Keynote
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Thank you for joining us in Vienna for an EPIC .NEXT conference. We had a great sense of community building and discussing topics such as the Enterprise Cloud. In case you missed the livestream, I have posted the day one keynote session for you to re-live the exciement from Vienna. Enjoy!

Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey, along with Nutanix Chief Product & Development Officer Sunil Potti and special guests from Citrix, Puppet and Docker, to learn about the new enterprise cloud platform that is radically simplifying virtualization, containers, compute and storage for all workloads.

Recap of .NEXT Announcements

Nutanix Announces the Industry’s Only Hyperconverged Solution for Cisco UCS Blades
Today, we are at the .NEXT On-Tour event in Boston and are bringing more exciting news about continuous innovation. A number of vendors, including Nutanix™, offer hyperconverged solutions running on Cisco® UCS® C-Series rackmount servers.

Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform Just Got Better
The ambition of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform is bringing cloud-like operational simplicity to enterprise datacenters. If the enterprise datacenter behaves and operates like a public cloud, then application demands will drive private cloud vs public cloud (aka “buy vs rent”) decisions, instead of vendor-driven requirements that are imposed on enterprise IT users.

Nutanix Unveils Powerful One-Click Networks to Broaden Enterprise Cloud Platform
Built-in Network Orchestration and Microsegmentation will Deliver Seamless Visibility and Control Over Entire Infrastructure Stack.

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