Nutanix brings .NEXT on Tour to Dubai in March 2020
Attendees will get insights into the latest trends in the cloud computing space and how Nutanix software solutions can help them build easy, intelligent and resilient clouds
Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, is hosting its annual .NEXT on Tour at The Address Sky View in Dubai on the 9th of March under the theme ‘Harness the Power of Cloud, On Your Terms’. The main idea of the event is to help regional enterprises free themselves from the complexity and costs of legacy datacentre infrastructure. IT executives interested in attending .NEXT on Tour Dubai can register here.
Aaron White, regional sales director - Middle East at Nutanix said, “CIOs and their IT teams today are under constant pressure to drive employee productivity, delightful customer experiences and growth. Companies that win embrace catalysts that accelerate cloud transformation. They need to have the right technology, processes and skills to succeed in their hybrid cloud strategies. .NEXT will be a great learning opportunity where attendees will get an understanding of the latest trends in the cloud computing space and how Nutanix software solutions for cloud, data management and end user computing can help them build easy, intelligent and resilient clouds. They can get valuable insights from industry peers, our customers and partners, as they share their cloud journey experience.”
The interactive sessions will cover the following topics:
- Key capabilities required to build out a successful hybrid cloud strategy
- How to infuse Artificial Intelligent/ Machine Learning -driven lifecycle management to ensure ideal customer and employee experiences
- Storage consolidation practices to harvest insights from data, while staying compliant
- Live demos that show how it all comes together
The comprehensive agenda will include visionary keynotes along with a range of technical and business sessions, hands-on labs and demos, customer panels, networking opportunities and partner ecosystem showcases.