Servers

Why Microsoft SQL Server Thrives on Dell EMC XC Series with Nutanix

Provided by Dell EMC, Intel and Nutanix

Category Servers

Type Webinar

Length 00:46:41

Publish Date November 07 2016

Date posted November 07 2016

Overview

Brought to you by Dell EMC, Nutanix and Intel

Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) has evolved from use cases such as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to now being robust and flexible enough for business-critical workloads at any scale. For example, Dell EMC XC Series appliances – powered by Intel® Xeon® processors and Nutanix software – enable customers to run Microsoft SQL Server and most enterprise applications securely within their datacenters and cloud environments.

Co-sponsored by Intel®, this joint Dell EMC and Nutanix webinar will address trends in hyperconverged infrastructure and describe recent enhancements to XC Series appliances that enable them to support high performance business-critical workloads. Third-party validation and customer examples will show how these solutions can reduce TCO and complexity while providing a high level of security in moving workloads to the enterprise cloud.

Featured Speakers:
John Mannix, Dell EMC Product Marketing
Sachin Chheda, Nutanix, Director of Solutions Marketing
Stan Gibson, Contributing Editor, IDG Strategic Marketing Services

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