What is Nutanix?
Nutanix combines compute, storage and virtualisation into a single hyperconverged solution. It reduces power and space, and dramatically eliminates storage complexity leaving more time to focus on supporting real business growth.
All Nutanix solutions are 100% software-defined with no reliance on special purpose hardware. Nutanix solutions distribute all data, metadata and operations across the entire cluster to eliminate bottlenecks. They also isolate faults and have self-healing capabilites to automatically recover from problems without bringing down an entire system. Coupled with automation and rich system-wide analytics Nutanix is a heavy-weight contender in today's storage and virtualisation markets.
What problems do it's product solve?
Nutanix's products aim to make data center infrastructure invisible.Their solutions simplify IT with predictable performance at any scale for any application. This in turn means that IT professionals can dedicate their time driving business growth rather than fixing and maintaining their networks.
The largest benefits for your organisation to move to Nutanix are:
Enjoy the flexibility of multi-hypervisor support. Choose between Hyper-V, ESXi, KVM and Nutanix's own Acropolis hypervisor.
Prism: Single Pane Management
Nutanix Prism gives administrators a simple and elegant way to manage virtual environments. Powered by advanced data analytics and heuristics, Prism simplifies and streamlines common workflows within a datacenter eliminating the need to have disparate management solutions.
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Nutanix Acropolis is a powerful scale-out data fabric for storage, compute and virtualisation. Acropolis combines feature-rich software-defined storage with built-in virtualisation for solutions that can run any application at any scale.
Acropolis takes care of enterprise storage, infrastructure resilience, data protection, virtualisation and secuirty.