Webinar Your data has the potential to transform your company. Maybe even the whole world. But will it do that while it's resting on an aging SAN somewhere on prem?
It's not just the purely hardware bottlenecks that are going to hold you back. If your data is being held back by legacy infrastructure, your data experts are being held back by spending their time on low level, manual admin and maintenance.
Which is why many enterprises are turning to highly converged infrastructure to liberate both their data, and their data staff, meaning both can deliver innovation.
But what does this mean? And how do you get there? You can get up to speed by catching up our recent webinar, "Why HCI is a Good Bet for Database Workloads."
Our own highly converged commercial editor Martin Courtney was joined by Nutanix senior solutions manager Maggie Smith, and senior product marketing manager, Allan Waters.
They discussed why increasing numbers of customers are turning to hyperconverged platforms for database deployments, and how they're achieving this.
The three of them examined the benefits of running databases on Nutanix' Hyperconverged Cloud Platform when it comes to hybrid multi-clouds.
And they showed how the Nutanix Cloud Platform can help you address a raft of common, and not so common, database management issues.
To get up to speed on just what HCI and hybrid cloud can mean for your database operations, just head here, drop in a few details and you're in. Your transformation starts now.
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