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The second Web-scale problem - can't run Microsoft Applications

In our last column, we discussed one of the challenges that web-scale architectures face when the enterprise tries to adopt them: “The first Web-scale problem – too many parts”. 397 more words


The first Web-scale problem - too many parts

While originally intended for online application and storage providers, web-scale architectures have plenty of capabilities that catch the attention of enterprise IT. A web-scale architecture’s ability to scale both performance and capacity in a cost effective manner is at the top of every enterprise’s wish list. 404 more words


Live Webinar - Web-scale vs. Enterprise IT

Get the Best of Web-Scale and Enterprise IT for Business Applications

The utilization efficiency, flexibility and scalability of Web-scale architectures appeal to the more traditional data center, but Enterprise IT needs the ability to run existing, Windows back-office applications and can’t sacrifice performance and reliability. 288 more words


Unified Boxes, The Sum of all fears

Correction: By mistake I included SQL in the supportability statement, apparently I was was speaking about the stack as hall including backup, sorry for that. 1,307 more words

Exchange 2010 AKA E14

Dell and Nutanix Hook Up

Last week, Dell and Nutanix announced a new OEM partnership that will see Dell introduce a new line of converged appliances running the Nutanix OS.  The XC series will be available in the forth quarter of this year, and will be based on PowerEdge servers. 125 more words


NFS and Exchange: Am I a sheep? Some at Nutanix think so...

A number of people working for Nutanix have been in the vanguard of those who would like to see NFS supported as a valid storage option for Exchange deployments, some of whom cheerfully recommend that “ 1,875 more words


Nutanix, Dell, VMware - it's all go in a converged world

First of all an update to my blog from yesterday: I am very grateful for an almost immediate reach out from Dheeraj Pandey, CEO at Nutanix, and a subsequent 20 minute phone call to discuss the concerns I had raised. 438 more words