The Nutanix Design Guide

Since October last year, RoundTower Technologies has been collaborating with Nutanix on the First Edition of “The Nutanix Design Guide”. This book was written to explain the “Why?” of Nutanix and to present a 40,000ft view of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud eco-system. This book has something for everyone, even if you have just been introduced to Nutanix or are an experienced Nutant. At 264 pages, this tome has a pleasing weight, when held in your hand.

It was a community effort, with Angelo Luciani and myself as co-editors/co-authors and 15 other Nutants authoring content (including 6 NPXs) to complete the final book. Dheeraj Pandey was also kind enough to write the Foreword. We are incredibly proud of the final product which included hundreds of hours of collective effort. Listen to this Nutanix Podcast Episode to hear more.

How do you get a copy?

Easy, a physical copy will be provided at strategic locations around the event when you attend Nutanix .NEXT US in Anaheim (there will be a book signing on the Wednesday with Dheeraj and team) or contact your Nutanix/RoundTower Account Executive for a copy.

DOWNLOAD THE NUTANIX DESIGN GUIDE – FIRST EDITION PDF (BEING UPDATED – WILL PROVIDE LINK LATER)

You are most welcome! We hope you find value and enjoy reading it.

3 comments

  1. dsronnie says:

    nice work look forward to getting my copy at .Next

  2. Scott Cobb says:

    Cannot wait to read this! Thank you all for putting it together.

  3. Seth Siders says:

    Looking forward to my copy at .NEXT!!!

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