Optimizing and Protecting Rapid Data Movement for Next Generation Workloads
According to Stratistics MRC1, the Global Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) Market accounted for approximately $1.460 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach $17.03 billion by 2023 growing at a CAGR of 42.0 percent from 2016 to 2023. The continual growth of data increases the use of virtualization and drives the need for highly scalable data protection and disaster recovery solutions. As a result, organizations are turning to hyperconverged solutions to keep deployment and management of their infrastructure simple with a single solution that controls the entire stack of components.
Veritas Technologies, a leader in multi-cloud data management and Nutanix® (NASDAQ: NTNX), a leader in enterprise cloud computing are collaborating to deliver integrated solutions that address customer issues around managing legacy architectures with discrete resource siloes, ensuring data protection and disaster recovery for always-on, and providing scalable solutions in complex virtualized environments.
Together, Veritas and Nutanix delivers a modernized approach to optimizing and protecting the movement of data and hyperconverged workloads faster within the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud or to other public, private or hybrid cloud environments. These solutions provide automated data discovery, agentless scale-out and API integration capabilities for next generation workloads in a single web-based solution. An approach that not only simplifies IT, but also simplifies the data protection strategy with rapid deployment, centralized discovery, management and monitoring of data, and instant recovery and fast access to VMs.
Listen to the above Voice of Veritas podcast with Pamela Kerman, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing, Veritas, Chris Papp, Solutions Marketing Manager, Nutanix and Rohit Goyal, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Nutanix discuss how Veritas and Nutanix are collaborating to deliver simplicity, ease of use and future proofing the cloud for our customers.
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