Nutanix Announces Remote IT Solutions for Cloud Infrastructure Management

Nutanix | June 25, 2020

Nutanix Announces Remote IT Solutions for Cloud Infrastructure Management
Nutanix announced new solutions that will allow IT teams to deploy, upgrade and troubleshoot their cloud infrastructure while working from anywhere — whether at home or from a central office location. These solutions will be delivered via Nutanix Foundation Central, Insights and Lifecycle Manager — all of which will be available as part of Nutanix HCI software at no additional cost to customers.
While IT teams have been working overtime to deliver remote work solutions for businesses worldwide in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re not always able to do so themselves. Managing IT infrastructure, troubleshooting issues, and updating software often requires IT teams to be on-site at their datacenter, something even more challenging with social distancing requirements.

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As with data warehousing, web stores or any IT platform, an infrastructure for big data has unique requirements. In considering all the components of a big data platform, it is important to remember that the end goal is to easily integrate your big data with your enterprise data to allow you to conduct deep analytics on the combined data set.

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As with data warehousing, web stores or any IT platform, an infrastructure for big data has unique requirements. In considering all the components of a big data platform, it is important to remember that the end goal is to easily integrate your big data with your enterprise data to allow you to conduct deep analytics on the combined data set.