Nutanix Achieves Citrix Ready Certification For ShareFile Enterprise

  • 20 April 2015
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ShareFile gives users true enterprise-class file sync and share data service across all corporate and personal mobile devices, while giving IT all the control it needs.

Users can–for easy collaboration and enhanced productivity–access, sync and securely share files from any device with people both inside and outside the organization. With ShareFile, organizations have the flexibility to choose where their data is stored: on premises, in the cloud or a combination of both to meet their specific needs for data sovereignty, compliance, performance and costs.

Nutanix, an enterprise virtualization and storage company, simplifies datacenter infrastructure by integrating server and storage resources into a turnkey appliance that is deployed in just 30 to 60 minutes, and runs any application at any scale.

Nutanix offers cost-effective, anytime access to enterprise data that has built-in enterprise capabilities. These include de-duplication, compression, snapshot, site-level replication and more; enabling organizations to store the maximum amount of data in the smallest possible space at very cost.

Nutanix is the first hyper-converged solution on the market to achieve Citrix Ready certification for Sharefile Enterprise and is now listed in the Citrix Ready Marketplace. View Nutanix Citrix Ready listing.

Nutanix offers a scale-out architecture that allows organizations to host their entire Citrix ShareFile Enterprise, XenDesktop and XenApp environments in a single unified solution that allows growth in small granular increments as your End User Computing solution grows inline with your organization.

As part of the validation and certification, Nutanix utilized the Citrix Sharefile workload generator that was modified to mimic real life users. The documents used during concurrent upload and download tests were randomized to provide real word results, and each working set was performed against normal, post-process compression and in-line deduplication containers.

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