This post was authored by Jill Liles Connected Customer Experience Manager at Nutanix.
The brand new Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Solutions online training series introduces you to the fundamental building blocks of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud. Each course consists of two parts:
- A deep dive into the product themselves, through videos exploring these core components
- See how we tie them together to help you solve your business needs
Four courses are currently available, and our curriculum team is hard at work building out even more:
- Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) - If you're new to hyperconvergence and/or the Enterprise Cloud, start here. You'll learn about AOS, AHV, and Prism - the cornerstone of everything we've built at Nutanix.
- Security and Governance – By adding Nutanix Flow and Nutanix Beam to your core understanding, you’ll see what these products do and how they form a true Security and Governance solution.
- End-User Computing - Build on your core knowledge Nutanix by discovering how Xi Frame and Nutanix Flow join in to form the Nutanix EUC Solution.
- Cloud Automation - Here we’ll explore automating critical aspects of your IT functions (such as databases, enterprise application, and containers) by walking you through Era, Calm, and Karbon.
While some of the concepts build on each other, you can complete these courses in any order, at your own pace. And it’s all completely free.
Check out these courses today in the Nutanix University.
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