Together with Nutanix we deliver invisible infrastructure for next-generation enterprise computing by natively converging compute, storage and virtualization into a turnkey hyperconverged solution. The world’s most advanced enterprise datacenters rely on Nutanix web-scale technology to power their mission-critical workloads at any scale.
Today's Enterprise IT Challenges
Buying, deploying, managing and scaling datacenter infrastructure is expensive and time consuming.
Legacy infrastructure built with separate servers, storage and networking creates inflexible silos of specialized IT skills.
Innovation suffers when IT spends a majority of time dealing with operational issues.
Hyper-Converged Infrastructure natively integrates compute and storage into a single server. This eliminates the bulk of legacy standalone hypervisors and storage complexity; while reducing power and space. Hyper-Converged offers many strengths that are not available in legacy infrastructures including:
The converged storage and virtualization stack from Nutanix eliminates the bloat of legacy standalone hypervisors and makes virtualization invisible.
Designed to run on an intelligent, VM-centric storage layer, the built-in Acropolis Hypervisor delivers stable, secure computing services.
Nutanix hyperconverged solutions are uniquely built using web-scale technologies and architectures that originated in large Internet and cloud companies, such as Google, Facebook and Amazon.
100% software-defined with no reliance on special purpose hardware for resilience, performance and availability. Allowing for new capabilities without hardware upgrades.
All data, metadata and operations are distributed across the entire cluster, eliminating performance bottlenecks and enabling predictable scalability without limits.
Designed to tolerate component failures through fault isolation and automatic recovery without bringing down the overall system.
Extensive automation and rich system-wide monitoring for data-driven efficiency, combined with REST-based programmatic interfaces for integration with datacenter management tools.