Here’s What’s .NEXT for Nutanix and SUSE
Let’s start by stating the obvious. At SUSE, we’re passionate about advancing open source technology to provide better customer outcomes. While that ethos is at the core of SUSE’s business, the truth is that many of our partners embrace that same passion, and work with SUSE to deliver better experiences for their own customers and end users.
Case in point: Nutanix and its industry leading hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI).
Nutanix provides a fully software-defined stack that integrates compute, virtualization, storage, networking, and security to power any application at any scale. Their software and cloud services unify IT operations and bring frictionless application mobility across different cloud environments.
So where do we fit in? SUSE and Nutanix have joined forces to make infrastructure simple, agile, reliable.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the only Linux operating system certified with the Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV), and Nutanix is now able to offer vendor-supported Linux for HCI, allowing customers to deploy Linux-based workloads with confidence.
The combined HCI-based cloud solutions deliver cloud-like agility and on-premises control for mission-critical applications, including SAP, with high availability, simplified management and faster time to value.
Got your Attention?
All of this will be on display at the Nutanix .NEXT virtual event that starts on Tuesday, September 8th and runs through September 11th.
SUSE is a Gold Sponsor at the global event, and will have staff on hand to talk about our expanded support offering for AHV, and the benefits of running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP and other mission critical applications on the Nutanix enterprise cloud HCI platform.
One key benefit of this year’s virtual event is that it is free for anyone to join and participate in.
Click here to register today, and be sure to visit our virtual booth to learn more about what Nutanix and SUSE are doing to support customers as they modernize their data center, converge infrastructure, and consolidate management of their hybrid-cloud environments.
See you on the [virtual] show floor.