Last week, there were a series of exciting new announcements at Nutanix .NEXT US, which was held in New Orleans. With these new offerings, you may be wondering what the latest Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS ecosystem looks like at 40,000ft:
This week, Nutanix .NEXT US is being held in New Orleans. There are five announcements of note: Nutanix Beam: Rebranding of the Botmetric acquisition by Nutanix. This adds Cost Optimization and Visibility, Centralized Financial Governance and Intelligent Consumption Planning to the Nutanix Cloud Management suite. Nutanix Era: Suite of software
Turbonomic has announced the release of version 6.1 of their Automation Platform.
Earlier this week I defended the Dell EMC Certification Master – Enterprise Architect (DECM-EA) qualification at Dell Technologies World. Unfortunately, I did not pass. A combination of an old design and not being as well versed in Cloud-native technologies as I believed led to that result. My intention is to
Dell EMC has announced the XtremIO X2 will now support replication (metadata aware). This was always an annoying limitation of XtremIO, so it is great to see that hole plugged.
Dell EMC has announced the availability of the PowerEdge “xa” model (Xtreme Analytics, “xd” was Xtreme Density), where the ratio of CPU to GPU can be 1:1. They also previewed the new PowerEdge MX platform, which is slated to be released in 2H 2018. PowerEdge MX is taking the lessons
Dell EMC has announced the next generation of the VMAX series: the PowerMax family.