Kathy Gibson reports from Nutanix .Next – Covid has wreaked havoc on our lives, fundamentally changing the way we live and work – and cloud computing has a big role to play in how we operate going forward.

Through the last 18 months, technology has kept us connected. We meet, work, even visit the doctor remotely, says Rajiv Ramaswami, CEO of Nutanix, speaking at the Nutanix .Next virtual conference.

“IT has been key,” he says. “Here at Nutanix we have been no different. We have worked with a distributed workforce for 18 months and expect it to remain distributed even after Covid.”

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Nutanix adds flexibility, simplicity to HCI

Nutanix has announced new features in the Nutanix  Cloud Platform, including the launch of AOS version 6 software, to help enterprises build modern, software-defined data centers and speed their hybrid multicloud deployments.

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Simplifying data management to optimise performance

Simplifying data management is key to success in the digital world, and Nutanix today announces new features to do this, as well as optimise database and big data workload performance for the most critical applications.

The Nutanix Cloud Platform will deliver unstructured data tiering from on-premises to cloud, up to a 2x storage performance increase for database workloads and 3x for big data workloads without requiring complex reconfiguration, as well as Nutanix Data Lens, a new unstructured data governance service.

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