Nutanix Empowers Remotely Working IT Teams with New Solution for Cloud Infrastructure Management

Nutanix | July 06, 2020

Nutanix has launched new solutions for cloud infrastructure management, enabling IT teams to deploy, upgrade and troubleshoot cloud software from anywhere, whether at home or from a central office location. These solutions will be delivered via Nutanix Foundation Central, Insights and Lifecycle Manager, which will be available as part of Nutanix HCI software at no additional cost to customers. The new solutions were designed to aid IT teams who are working overtime to deliver remote work solutions for businesses in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
They focus on enabling teams to manage IT infrastructure, resolve issues, and update software without having to be onsite at their data centre. Managed through the Prism interface, Nutanix Foundation Central allows IT teams to deploy private cloud infrastructure on a global scale from a single interface, and from any location.

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