4 posts • joined Friday 10th May 2013 05:39 GMT
It gets even better!
As an existing customer of Nutanix, we've found their product go from strength to strength. Great to see the continuous improvement of the product. No more SAN or Blades for us! Well worth checking out if you are interested in replacing your datacentre.
and for that money...I save 40% without compromise!
As a "former" HP site, our move to Nutanix has been a remarkable step forward. While we do have two EVA6500s we plan on retiring them in the new financial year and replace with more Nutanix. Their support has been exceptional and the quality of the solution they provide is outstanding. Cheaper and better than HP in every way. Better value proposition without compromise. Savign 40% of my CapEx is a positive result, the reliablity and service has been great. Nutanix stand behind their products as much as HP do.
As their first NZ based customer the support, engagement and advice has been excellent. Don't mistake Nutanix for a hardware kit - they are a solution provider for virtual computing platforms. I'm sure Nutanix will be happy to provide you with options in the future on running their smarts over 3rd party hardware? Perhaps someone from Nutanix could comment? Having said that we are happy they provide the solution they do.
Er, Water into Wine? or Wine into Water? oh, and alcohol != "drunkenness".
Nutanix has made our environment simple and effective. Out performs our SAN & Blade setup at 25% of the cost. A serious game changer! Recommended for those serious about a Virtual Computing Platform. 10 out of 10 on service as well. They deserve the success they are having.
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