Nutanix Partners with Udacity to Offer Hybrid Cloud Nanodegree Program

Business Wire | March 31, 2020

Nutanix Partners with Udacity to Offer Hybrid Cloud Nanodegree Program
Nutanix a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced a partnership with Udacity, the global online learning platform, resulting in a new Hybrid Cloud Nanodegree program. This program will enhance learning opportunities in the emerging cloud technologies market that are essential for organizations to uplevel their IT infrastructure. As part of the collaboration, Nutanix will also sponsor 5,000 scholarships to help IT professionals advance their knowledge with this initiative. As more services move to the cloud, IT teams require the knowledge and expertise it takes to properly manage these infrastructures that increasingly stretch across on-premises and public cloud in a hybrid model

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Karan Batta from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure talks about the latest updates with Oracle in the HPC market including a new RDMA offering. Mellanox and Altair also stop by to discuss their collaboration with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure at SC18 from Dallas, Texas.

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Karan Batta from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure talks about the latest updates with Oracle in the HPC market including a new RDMA offering. Mellanox and Altair also stop by to discuss their collaboration with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure at SC18 from Dallas, Texas.