Developing Cloud Native Applications

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Software engineering and developer communities are driving the market for cloud consumption and leading each industry into a new era of software-defined disruption. There are no longer questions about elastic and flexible agile development as the way to innovate and reduce time to market for businesses.

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Adapting Hybrid Architectures for Digital Transformation Implementation

Article | July 19, 2022

For the majority of businesses, digital transformation (DX) has emerged as a significant priority. By incorporating digital technologies into all aspects of an organization's operations, digital transformation is a continuous process that alters how organizations operate as well as how they supply goods and services to customers and connect with them. Employing hybrid network infrastructures can aid businesses in putting DX strategies into action. An IT architecture and environment is a hybrid infrastructure that combines on-premises data centers with private or public clouds. Operating systems and applications can be deployed anywhere in this environment, depending on the needs and specifications of the firm. Managing and keeping an eye on an organization's whole IT infrastructure requires the use of hybrid IT infrastructure services, sometimes referred to as cloud services. Given the complexity of IT environments and needs, this is essential for digital transformation. What Does Hybrid Network Infrastructure Have To Offer? Flexibility Companies can employ the appropriate tools for the job, thanks to flexibility. For instance, a business needs access to a lot of data if it wants to use machine learning (ML) or artificial intelligence (AI). Utilizing public cloud services like AWS or Azure can help with this. However, these services might be pricey and not provide the performance required for some applications. Durability Hybrid networks are more tolerant of interruptions. For instance, a business can continue to function if there is a problem with its public cloud by using its private data center. This is due to the fact that the outage in the public cloud has no impact on the private data center. Security Businesses can utilize a hybrid cloud strategy to protect sensitive data while utilizing the resources and services of a public cloud, potentially lowering the chance of crucial information being compromised. While analytics and applications that use data kept in a private environment will probably still need to function in a public cloud, you can use encryption techniques to reduce security breaches. Scalability and Efficiency Traditional networks can't match the performance and scalability of hybrid networks. This is due to the fact that public clouds offer enormous bandwidth and storage that may be used as needed. By using a hybrid architecture, a company can benefit from the public cloud's flexibility and capacity while still keeping its business-critical data and operations in the private cloud or on-premises data center. Conclusion A cultural shift toward more flexible and intelligent ways of conducting business, supported by cutting-edge technology, involves integrating digital technologies throughout all company activities, improving current processes, developing new operational procedures, and offering higher value to clients. Infrastructures for hybrid networks are necessary for the success of digital transformation.

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Network Security: The Safety Net in the Digital World

Article | July 27, 2022

Every business or organization has spent a lot of time and energy building its network infrastructure. The right resources have taken countless hours to establish, ensuring that their network offers connectivity, operation, management, and communication. Their complex hardware, software, service architecture, and strategies are all working for optimum and dependable use. Setting up a security strategy for your network requires ongoing, consistent work. Therefore, the first step in implementing a security technique is to do so. The underlying architecture of your network should consider a range of implementation, upkeep, and continuous active procedures. Network infrastructure security requires a comprehensive strategy that includes best practices and continuing procedures to guarantee that the underlying infrastructure is always safe. A company's choice of security measures is determined by: Appropriate legal requirements Rules unique to the industry The specific network and security needs Security for network infrastructure has numerous significant advantages. For example, a business or institution can cut expenses, boost output, secure internal communications, and guarantee the security of sensitive data. Hardware, software, and services are vital, but they could all have flaws that unintentional or intentional acts could take advantage of. Security for network infrastructure is intended to provide sophisticated, comprehensive resources for defense against internal and external threats. Infrastructures are susceptible to assaults like denial-of-service, ransomware, spam, and illegal access. Implementing and maintaining a workable security plan for your network architecture can be challenging and time-consuming. Experts can help with this crucial and continuous process. A robust infrastructure lowers operational costs, boosts output, and protects sensitive data from hackers. While no security measure will be able to prevent all attack attempts, network infrastructure security can help you lessen the effects of a cyberattack and guarantee that your business is back up and running as soon as feasible.

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Data Center as a Service Is the Way of the Future

Article | August 3, 2022

Data Center as a Service (DCaaS) is a hosting service that gives clients access to actual data center infrastructure and amenities. Through a Wide-Area Network, DCaaS enables clients to remotely access the provider's storage, server, and networking capabilities (WAN). Businesses can tackle their on-site data center's logistical and financial issues by outsourcing to a service provider. Many enterprises rely on DCaaS to overcome the physical constraints of their on-site infrastructure or to offload the hosting and management of non-mission-critical applications. Businesses that require robust data management solutions but lack the necessary internal resources can adopt DCaaS. DCaaS is the perfect answer for companies that are struggling with a lack of IT help or a lack of funding for system maintenance. Added benefits data Center as a Service allows businesses to be independent of their physical infrastructure: A single-provider API Data centers without Staff Effortlessly handle the influx of data Data centers in regions with more stable climates Data Center as a Service helps democratize the data center itself, allowing companies that could never afford the huge investments that have gotten us this far to benefit from these developments. This is perhaps the most important, as Infrastructure-as-a-Service enables smaller companies to get started without a huge investment. Conclusion Data center as a service (DCaaS) enables clients to access a data center remotely and its features, whereas data center services might include complete management of an organization's on-premises infrastructure resources. IT can be outsourced using data center services to manage an organization's network, storage, computing, cloud, and maintenance. The infrastructure of many businesses is outsourced to increase operational effectiveness, size, and cost-effectiveness. It might be challenging to manage your existing infrastructure while keeping up with the pace of innovation, but it's critical to be on the cutting edge of technology. Organizations may stay future-ready by working with a vendor that can supply DCaaS and data center services.

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Enhancing Rack-Level Security to Enable Rapid Innovation

Article | July 6, 2022

IT and data center administrators are under pressure to foster quicker innovation. For workers and customers to have access to digital experiences, more devices must be deployed, and larger enterprise-to-edge networks must be managed. The security of distributed networks has suffered as a result of this rapid growth, though. Some colocation providers can install custom locks for your cabinet if necessary due to the varying compliance standards and security needs for distinct applications. However, physical security measures are still of utmost importance because theft and social engineering can affect hardware as well as data. Risk Companies Face Remote IT work continue on the long run Attacking users is the easiest way into networks IT may be deploying devices with weak controls When determining whether rack-level security is required, there are essentially two critical criteria to take into account. The first is the level of sensitivity of the data stored, and the second is the importance of the equipment in a particular rack to the facility's continuing functioning. Due to the nature of the data being handled and kept, some processes will always have a higher risk profile than others. Conclusion Data centers must rely on a physically secure perimeter that can be trusted. Clients, in particular, require unwavering assurance that security can be put in place to limit user access and guarantee that safety regulations are followed. Rack-level security locks that ensure physical access limitations are crucial to maintaining data center space security. Compared to their mechanical predecessors, electronic rack locks or "smart locks" offer a much more comprehensive range of feature-rich capabilities.

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Linux and Open Source Veterans Sign On to Form CIQ Leadership Team

CIQ | September 02, 2022

Nine cloud and Linux veterans have signed on to form the leadership team for CIQ, the company building the next generation of software infrastructure for enterprises running data-intensive workloads atop the Rocky Linux enterprise Linux distribution. This follows a successful funding round in May and a teaming with Google Cloud in July. CIQ secured $26 million in Series A funding in May, led by Two Bear Capital, with the goal of building a suite of enterprise workflow orchestration and hybrid cloud solutions designed to support enterprises as compute-intensive workloads like high-performance computing (HPC) grow to include non-traditional workloads like high-end data analytics and AI/ML models, both on premises and in the cloud. In July, Google Cloud announced that it had made its optimized version of Rocky Linux generally available to users of their cloud infrastructure service. “The next generation of software infrastructure that we’re building at CIQ will help enterprises and organizations tackle data-intensive workflows—from big data analytics, to HPC for modeling and simulation, to training sophisticated machine learning models. “The CIQ team has a legendary degree of experience building and running Linux-based infrastructure at scale for some of the most demanding applications. From the base operating system, through cloud, VMs, containers, all the way up to the top of a unified application stack, the CIQ team uniquely understands the point of view of customers across a diversity of industries. Together we’re developing a game plan that will show enterprises how to embrace the future of software infrastructure with greater speed, less risk and a shorter path to success.” Gregory Kurtzer, founder and CEO of CIQ The senior leadership team at CIQ now includes: Robert Adolph, co-founder and chief product officer—Adolph has introduced disruptive innovations in technology and business strategy for the past 25 years. He has integrated engineering, and research and development experience with large partners and customers specialized in engineering, computing, digital and project management. Adolph has been an advisory board member and angel investor in many start-ups and is a premium partner for customers on innovative project development. Rob Dufalo, SVP engineering—Dufalo has worked on both ends of the computing spectrum, delivering solutions for the second largest search engine in the world and working on IoT and embedded computing solutions for over 20 years. He has extensive experience in development, quality management and in operating cloud native solutions. John Frey, CTO—Frey has spent the last 20 years of his career creating partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, and operating cost efficiency. His primary focus is using his research and engineering experience to apply machine learning with data-driven insights to solve HPC and cloud computing solutions to CIQ’s current product stack. Gregory M. Kurtzer, co-founder and CEO—Kurtzer is a 20+ year veteran in Linux, open source and HPC. He is well known in the HPC space for designing scalable and easy-to-manage secure architectures for innovative performance-intensive computing while working for the U.S. Department of Energy and a joint appointment to UC Berkeley. Kurtzer founded and led several large open source projects such as CentOS Linux, the Warewulf and PERCEUS cluster toolkits, the container system Singularity, and most recently, the successor to CentOS, Rocky Linux. David LaDuke, VP marketing—LaDuke is a former marketing executive at Apple and NeXT, having started his career in open source as a founder and CMO at Linuxcare. He went on to found Sputnik, the world’s first cloud solution for managing guest Wi-Fi networks. Sputnik merged with Lokket in 2017 to form what is today a growing wireless internet service provider (WISP) focused on providing affordable broadband to schools and underserved communities across the U.S. Stephen Moody, SVP support and technology—Moody is a technology executive, formerly at MIW for over 15 years, where he has developed patented products that focus on utilizing green technologies. His experience with IBM, Boeing, Microsoft, Rackable Systems and ZT Systems has given him the opportunity to leverage his ability to build high-performing technology teams and solutions. Marlin Prager, CFO—Prager has over 26 years of experience in the media and entertainment industries where he has been directly involved in equity, debt, and merger and acquisitions deals totaling more than $10 billion. He formerly was with Legendary Entertainment, which was acquired by Wanda in 2016. He then worked on several start-up projects including Open Drives and Illuscio before joining CIQ. Prager was formerly a partner at W2 Films and also founded Digital Cinema Ventures, supporting the rollout of digital projectors in theaters. Prager began his career with Price Waterhouse, where he earned his CPA. Brock Taylor, VP HPC and strategic partners—Taylor brings over 20 years experience working in the silicon industry at Intel Corporation and most recently AMD. He has held positions of solutions architect, manager and director for HPC systems, roles in which he focused his efforts on abstracting away the complexities of HPC systems from users to help expand access of these technologies across scientific and engineering domains. Art Tyde, VP business development—Tyde is a 30-year veteran of open source with significant technology sales and engineering experience in both start-ups and the enterprise. Tyde is credited as the founder of the enterprise Linux services and support industry, having founded the San Francisco (and Silicon Valley) Bay Area Linux Users Group in 1994 and co-founded Linuxcare with CIQ VP marketing, David LaDuke. The CIQ suite of tools is designed to leverage the capabilities of Rocky Linux, which is the successor to CentOS. Red Hat is moving CentOS to end-of-life status and will eventually no longer support it. Kurtzer, founder and CEO of CIQ, is also the founder of Rocky Linux and an original founder of CentOS. Rocky Linux is a community-led project, managed by the Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation. About CIQ CIQ powers the next generation of software infrastructure, leveraging capabilities from enterprise, cloud, hyperscale and HPC. From the base operating system, through containers, orchestration, provisioning, computing, and up to cloud applications, CIQ works with every part of the technology stack to drive solutions for customers and communities with stable, scalable, secure production environments. CIQ is the founding support and services partner of Rocky Linux, and the creator of the next generation federated computing stack.

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Scale Computing Named Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for Second Year

Scale Computing | June 08, 2022

Scale Computing, an industry leader in edge computing, virtualization, and hyper-converged technologies, has been selected as a Gartner Peer Insights Customer's Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for 2022. Customers' Choice is a Gartner Peer Insights distinction based on feedback and ratings from end-users who have purchased, implemented, and/or used Scale Computing technologies. "Being recognized as a Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for the second consecutive year is highly gratifying because customer success continues to be Scale Computing's top priority. We engineer our IT infrastructure platform to be simple to manage while leveraging our patented self-healing technology to maintain maximum uptime for all applications. The award-winning Scale Computing IT infrastructure platform eliminates complexity, lowers costs, and frees up management time. Customers at organizations of all sizes, across every vertical, appreciate this innovation, and we're very proud of this recognition from our customers on Gartner Peer Insights." Jeff Ready, CEO and co-founder of Scale Computing The IT infrastructure platform from Scale Computing is easy to implement and administer, and it allows customers to scale up and down effortlessly as their business grows. Scale Computing HyperCore software keeps vital applications operating even when hardware components or entire appliances fail. "We've now had Scale Computing implemented with our SCADA environment, and couldn't be happier. It is working wonderfully, and the ease of administration is a blessing. Our live environment has been working for almost 2 years now and we've had no issues. Support has been great for answering questions regarding security and network segmentation. Scale Computing makes things so much easier than the old VM solutions. Thanks again!" -Infrastructure and Operations Administrator in the government sector "We have had a very positive experience with Scale Computing. We migrated from Hyper-V and didn't experience any real issues in the transition. We used their recommended method of migrating the VMs, Scale Computing Move, which uses Carbonite Migrate. This worked well on all our Windows-based VMs.… Our goal in switching to Scale Computing was to reduce management time and have excellent customer service if ever needed. Scale Computing has fulfilled both these goals." -IT Director, consumer goods industry. This Customers' Choice award is based on thorough input from 198 customer ratings across several hyper-converged infrastructure software vendors over the last 18 months. The average score for Scale Computing is 4.7 out of 5.

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Nutanix Named a 2022 Gartner® Peer Insights™ Customers’ Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software and Distributed Files and Object Storage

Nutanix | May 24, 2022

Nutanix , a leader in hybrid multicloud computing, announced today that it has been named a Customers’ Choice in the 2022 Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’ for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software (HCI) for the fourth consecutive year and for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage for the second consecutive year. Nutanix believes these distinctions showcase the strong value of Nutanix Cloud Infrastructure (NCI) and Nutanix Unified Storage, which provide customers with simple and flexible software solutions and unique and seamless storage offerings. “We are incredibly appreciative to see our customers tell our story through product reviews on Gartner Peer Insights. These repeat distinctions validate our focus on the complete customer experience for IT, even as we add new differentiated value to the Nutanix Cloud Platform.” Lee Caswell, Senior Vice President, Product and Solutions Marketing at Nutanix The Customers’ Choice recognition is based on detailed feedback from customer ratings over an 18-month period, ending February 28, 2022 for HCI and January 31, 2022 for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage. NCI holds an overall rating of 4.8 out of 5, and Nutanix Unified Storage holds an overall rating of 4.7 out of 5.* NCI provides a complete software solution including virtual compute, storage and networking for virtual machines and containers, that can be deployed in private data centers on the hardware of a customer’s choice or in public clouds with built-in resilience, self-healing, performance, disaster recovery capabilities, and security. Running NCI on public cloud enables customers to accelerate their journey to hybrid cloud for agility, elasticity, and application modernization while maintaining the operational efficiency of a unified cloud environment with common management and policies across clouds. Nutanix Unified Storage delivers distributed and software defined storage for multiple protocols (volumes, files, objects) to support a variety of workloads deployed anywhere – private, public, or hybrid cloud – with license portability in between. Nutanix provides customers with the unique ability to use block, files, and object storage on the same platform. A single point of management for all storage resources eliminates complexity of multiple interfaces and enables non-storage experts to handle most day-to-day storage and data management tasks. Intelligent analytics integrated into the solution provide data visibility and deep insights for governance and security of data. About Nutanix Nutanix is a global leader in cloud software and a pioneer in hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, making clouds invisible, freeing customers to focus on their business outcomes. Organizations around the world use Nutanix software to leverage a single platform to manage any app at any location for their hybrid multicloud environments. Learn more at www.nutanix.com or follow us on social media @nutanix.

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Linux and Open Source Veterans Sign On to Form CIQ Leadership Team

CIQ | September 02, 2022

Nine cloud and Linux veterans have signed on to form the leadership team for CIQ, the company building the next generation of software infrastructure for enterprises running data-intensive workloads atop the Rocky Linux enterprise Linux distribution. This follows a successful funding round in May and a teaming with Google Cloud in July. CIQ secured $26 million in Series A funding in May, led by Two Bear Capital, with the goal of building a suite of enterprise workflow orchestration and hybrid cloud solutions designed to support enterprises as compute-intensive workloads like high-performance computing (HPC) grow to include non-traditional workloads like high-end data analytics and AI/ML models, both on premises and in the cloud. In July, Google Cloud announced that it had made its optimized version of Rocky Linux generally available to users of their cloud infrastructure service. “The next generation of software infrastructure that we’re building at CIQ will help enterprises and organizations tackle data-intensive workflows—from big data analytics, to HPC for modeling and simulation, to training sophisticated machine learning models. “The CIQ team has a legendary degree of experience building and running Linux-based infrastructure at scale for some of the most demanding applications. From the base operating system, through cloud, VMs, containers, all the way up to the top of a unified application stack, the CIQ team uniquely understands the point of view of customers across a diversity of industries. Together we’re developing a game plan that will show enterprises how to embrace the future of software infrastructure with greater speed, less risk and a shorter path to success.” Gregory Kurtzer, founder and CEO of CIQ The senior leadership team at CIQ now includes: Robert Adolph, co-founder and chief product officer—Adolph has introduced disruptive innovations in technology and business strategy for the past 25 years. He has integrated engineering, and research and development experience with large partners and customers specialized in engineering, computing, digital and project management. Adolph has been an advisory board member and angel investor in many start-ups and is a premium partner for customers on innovative project development. Rob Dufalo, SVP engineering—Dufalo has worked on both ends of the computing spectrum, delivering solutions for the second largest search engine in the world and working on IoT and embedded computing solutions for over 20 years. He has extensive experience in development, quality management and in operating cloud native solutions. John Frey, CTO—Frey has spent the last 20 years of his career creating partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, and operating cost efficiency. His primary focus is using his research and engineering experience to apply machine learning with data-driven insights to solve HPC and cloud computing solutions to CIQ’s current product stack. Gregory M. Kurtzer, co-founder and CEO—Kurtzer is a 20+ year veteran in Linux, open source and HPC. He is well known in the HPC space for designing scalable and easy-to-manage secure architectures for innovative performance-intensive computing while working for the U.S. Department of Energy and a joint appointment to UC Berkeley. Kurtzer founded and led several large open source projects such as CentOS Linux, the Warewulf and PERCEUS cluster toolkits, the container system Singularity, and most recently, the successor to CentOS, Rocky Linux. David LaDuke, VP marketing—LaDuke is a former marketing executive at Apple and NeXT, having started his career in open source as a founder and CMO at Linuxcare. He went on to found Sputnik, the world’s first cloud solution for managing guest Wi-Fi networks. Sputnik merged with Lokket in 2017 to form what is today a growing wireless internet service provider (WISP) focused on providing affordable broadband to schools and underserved communities across the U.S. Stephen Moody, SVP support and technology—Moody is a technology executive, formerly at MIW for over 15 years, where he has developed patented products that focus on utilizing green technologies. His experience with IBM, Boeing, Microsoft, Rackable Systems and ZT Systems has given him the opportunity to leverage his ability to build high-performing technology teams and solutions. Marlin Prager, CFO—Prager has over 26 years of experience in the media and entertainment industries where he has been directly involved in equity, debt, and merger and acquisitions deals totaling more than $10 billion. He formerly was with Legendary Entertainment, which was acquired by Wanda in 2016. He then worked on several start-up projects including Open Drives and Illuscio before joining CIQ. Prager was formerly a partner at W2 Films and also founded Digital Cinema Ventures, supporting the rollout of digital projectors in theaters. Prager began his career with Price Waterhouse, where he earned his CPA. Brock Taylor, VP HPC and strategic partners—Taylor brings over 20 years experience working in the silicon industry at Intel Corporation and most recently AMD. He has held positions of solutions architect, manager and director for HPC systems, roles in which he focused his efforts on abstracting away the complexities of HPC systems from users to help expand access of these technologies across scientific and engineering domains. Art Tyde, VP business development—Tyde is a 30-year veteran of open source with significant technology sales and engineering experience in both start-ups and the enterprise. Tyde is credited as the founder of the enterprise Linux services and support industry, having founded the San Francisco (and Silicon Valley) Bay Area Linux Users Group in 1994 and co-founded Linuxcare with CIQ VP marketing, David LaDuke. The CIQ suite of tools is designed to leverage the capabilities of Rocky Linux, which is the successor to CentOS. Red Hat is moving CentOS to end-of-life status and will eventually no longer support it. Kurtzer, founder and CEO of CIQ, is also the founder of Rocky Linux and an original founder of CentOS. Rocky Linux is a community-led project, managed by the Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation. About CIQ CIQ powers the next generation of software infrastructure, leveraging capabilities from enterprise, cloud, hyperscale and HPC. From the base operating system, through containers, orchestration, provisioning, computing, and up to cloud applications, CIQ works with every part of the technology stack to drive solutions for customers and communities with stable, scalable, secure production environments. CIQ is the founding support and services partner of Rocky Linux, and the creator of the next generation federated computing stack.

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Scale Computing Named Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for Second Year

Scale Computing | June 08, 2022

Scale Computing, an industry leader in edge computing, virtualization, and hyper-converged technologies, has been selected as a Gartner Peer Insights Customer's Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for 2022. Customers' Choice is a Gartner Peer Insights distinction based on feedback and ratings from end-users who have purchased, implemented, and/or used Scale Computing technologies. "Being recognized as a Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for the second consecutive year is highly gratifying because customer success continues to be Scale Computing's top priority. We engineer our IT infrastructure platform to be simple to manage while leveraging our patented self-healing technology to maintain maximum uptime for all applications. The award-winning Scale Computing IT infrastructure platform eliminates complexity, lowers costs, and frees up management time. Customers at organizations of all sizes, across every vertical, appreciate this innovation, and we're very proud of this recognition from our customers on Gartner Peer Insights." Jeff Ready, CEO and co-founder of Scale Computing The IT infrastructure platform from Scale Computing is easy to implement and administer, and it allows customers to scale up and down effortlessly as their business grows. Scale Computing HyperCore software keeps vital applications operating even when hardware components or entire appliances fail. "We've now had Scale Computing implemented with our SCADA environment, and couldn't be happier. It is working wonderfully, and the ease of administration is a blessing. Our live environment has been working for almost 2 years now and we've had no issues. Support has been great for answering questions regarding security and network segmentation. Scale Computing makes things so much easier than the old VM solutions. Thanks again!" -Infrastructure and Operations Administrator in the government sector "We have had a very positive experience with Scale Computing. We migrated from Hyper-V and didn't experience any real issues in the transition. We used their recommended method of migrating the VMs, Scale Computing Move, which uses Carbonite Migrate. This worked well on all our Windows-based VMs.… Our goal in switching to Scale Computing was to reduce management time and have excellent customer service if ever needed. Scale Computing has fulfilled both these goals." -IT Director, consumer goods industry. This Customers' Choice award is based on thorough input from 198 customer ratings across several hyper-converged infrastructure software vendors over the last 18 months. The average score for Scale Computing is 4.7 out of 5.

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Nutanix Named a 2022 Gartner® Peer Insights™ Customers’ Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software and Distributed Files and Object Storage

Nutanix | May 24, 2022

Nutanix , a leader in hybrid multicloud computing, announced today that it has been named a Customers’ Choice in the 2022 Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’ for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software (HCI) for the fourth consecutive year and for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage for the second consecutive year. Nutanix believes these distinctions showcase the strong value of Nutanix Cloud Infrastructure (NCI) and Nutanix Unified Storage, which provide customers with simple and flexible software solutions and unique and seamless storage offerings. “We are incredibly appreciative to see our customers tell our story through product reviews on Gartner Peer Insights. These repeat distinctions validate our focus on the complete customer experience for IT, even as we add new differentiated value to the Nutanix Cloud Platform.” Lee Caswell, Senior Vice President, Product and Solutions Marketing at Nutanix The Customers’ Choice recognition is based on detailed feedback from customer ratings over an 18-month period, ending February 28, 2022 for HCI and January 31, 2022 for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage. NCI holds an overall rating of 4.8 out of 5, and Nutanix Unified Storage holds an overall rating of 4.7 out of 5.* NCI provides a complete software solution including virtual compute, storage and networking for virtual machines and containers, that can be deployed in private data centers on the hardware of a customer’s choice or in public clouds with built-in resilience, self-healing, performance, disaster recovery capabilities, and security. Running NCI on public cloud enables customers to accelerate their journey to hybrid cloud for agility, elasticity, and application modernization while maintaining the operational efficiency of a unified cloud environment with common management and policies across clouds. Nutanix Unified Storage delivers distributed and software defined storage for multiple protocols (volumes, files, objects) to support a variety of workloads deployed anywhere – private, public, or hybrid cloud – with license portability in between. Nutanix provides customers with the unique ability to use block, files, and object storage on the same platform. A single point of management for all storage resources eliminates complexity of multiple interfaces and enables non-storage experts to handle most day-to-day storage and data management tasks. Intelligent analytics integrated into the solution provide data visibility and deep insights for governance and security of data. About Nutanix Nutanix is a global leader in cloud software and a pioneer in hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, making clouds invisible, freeing customers to focus on their business outcomes. Organizations around the world use Nutanix software to leverage a single platform to manage any app at any location for their hybrid multicloud environments. Learn more at www.nutanix.com or follow us on social media @nutanix.

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