Nutanix will be hosting Nutanix NOW – a live digital event for organizations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The event will help attendees learn about the latest trends and the most innovative technologies in the field of data centre and enterprise cloud computing: hybrid cloud, hyperconvergence, data management and end user computing. The virtual event will take place on April 13, 2020 at 10:00 am.
The exciting 3-hour online event with the theme ‘Bringing the Cloud Inside’ is planned for attendees to learn how to easily solve the cost and complexity issues associated with legacy infrastructure. Nutanix executives will discuss the key skills needed to develop a winning hybrid cloud strategy and how to use artificial intelligence-based lifecycle management and machine learning to deliver ideal experiences for customers and employees.
“Legacy technology that wasn’t made to work together leads to slow, manual, unstable, and expensive infrastructure—and IT teams and businesses suffer as a result,” explains Aaron White, Regional Director, Middle East at Nutanix. “Nutanix provides cloud technologies that combine the ease-of-management and usability of the public cloud, with the security, control, and performance of on-premises infrastructure. Our vision is a seamless enterprise cloud experience: One-click simplicity. Freedom to choose your hardware, hypervisor, and clouds. With Nutanix NOW we want to offer answers and solutions to IT modernization needs with the adoption of a successful hybrid cloud strategy.”
In addition to the vision of regional leaders of Nutanix, this important virtual event will see the participation of the company’s top management starting with the opening keynote address by Dheeraj Pandey, Founder, CEO and Chairman of Nutanix, followed by Tarkan Maner, Chief Commercial Officer who will illustrate Nutanix’s multi-cloud vision; Monica Kumar, SVP Product and Solutions Marketing who will talk about the future of data; and the reflection of Wendy Pfeiffer, Chief Information Officer, on ‘IT in the time of COVID-19’.