Category: storage

Is Hyper-Converged faster than SAN?

This is one of those topics that often create heated debates between defendants from both sides of the industry. I work for Nutanix, a hyper-converged platform; therefore you might say I am biased. That’s fine, but I tell you that I will try to stick to the value of each platform and not only to …

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Service Level Automation for XenDesktop with Nutanix

Yesterday I had the opportunity to present a TED-like talk at the GeekSpeak Tonight Session at Citrix Synergy Conference. The talk was about hyper-convergence and web-scale technologies and how they redefine the way VDI is architected and deployed. The session was mostly vendor agnostic, where I discussed high level concepts about distributed file systems and …

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Completely Dismissing the FUD against Nutanix!

It seems that spreading FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) in the storage industry is in vogue once again and I also want to take the opportunity to completely dismiss some of the FUD that storage solution vendors are trying to spread into the software-defined-storage market, and in particular about Nutanix. Nutanix being the major disruptor …

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