The California Department of Water Resources’ software-defined data center reduces complexity, increases security and speeds the deployment of business systems.
While it attaches Chromeboxes to monitors to get more life from old equipment, Shelton Public Schools also uses Citrix XenApp to provide access to Microsoft Office and Google Apps for Education.
The solution uses virtual desktop infrastructure to give users access to the unclassified network through the Secret network, saving on hardware and system administration and boosting security and efficiency.
Because application stacks are delicate and interdependent, they can difficult to manage.
Nutanix software will power the appliances, which will be available in early 2016.
Sandia National Laboratories replaced a hodgepodge of solutions with a single Nutanix block.
The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency is looking for capabilities to bolster authentication and track activity across its virtual networks.
Unlike perimeter-based security, virtualized network security allows for segmenting the data center, firewalling off various sensitive areas without the need for external hardware.
In upgrading from old architectures to new, agencies should focus on making incremental updates to take advantage of software defined networking and network function visualization.
The Xtreme Computing Platform includes a Nutanix developed open source hypervisor and one-click infrastructure management.
Built on the Dell PowerEdge FX converged architecture, the Tracewell T-FX2 provides modular storage, compute building blocks and unified system management capabilities in a single form factor.
Avondale, Ariz., turned to VMware’s NSX 6.1 to help secure traffic moving between virtual machines.
Adding graphics acceleration to a Texas town's virtual desktop system gave users performance equal to or better than their existing computers, accessible from almost any location.
The new converged, hyper-converged and scale-out platforms use virtualization, flash and infrastructure automation.
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