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Nutanix

Nutanix is the recognized leader in the fast-growing Virtual Computing Platform market. The Nutanix solution converges compute and storage resources into a single appliance, delivering a powerful, modular building block for virtual datacenters. It incorporates the same advanced, distributed software architecture that powers leading public cloud providers, such as Google, Facebook and Amazon, but is tailored for mainstream enterprises and government agencies.The Nutanix solution enables easy deployment of any virtual workload, including large-scale virtual desktop initiatives (VDI), development/test apps, private clouds, big data (Hadoop) projects and more. Nutanix customers can radically simplify and seamlessly scale out their datacenter infrastructures with cost-effective appliances that can be deployed in under 30 minutes for rapid time to value.

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