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Nutanix .NEXT US 2017: June 28-30 (Washington, D.C.)

Nutanix .NEXT US 2017



Nutanix Next 2017
June 28 – 30 2017
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
Washington, DC

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Event Details:

The enterprise datacenter is evolving—from legacy hardwareintensive systems to softwaredefined infrastructure that runs on commodity servers powered by a cloud OS. This evolution includes much more than hyperconverged infrastructure. It’s about taking IT to the next level by combining the agility and one-click simplicity of the public cloud with the control, security, and predictable economics of a private cloud.

 


Day One Kickoff – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017
Dave and Stu Kickoff off the Nutanix .NEXT Conference


Day One Wrap – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017
Day one keynote from Nutanix .NEXT in Washington, D.C.


General Session, Day One – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017
Day One Wrap – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017


Day Two Kickoff – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017
Day Two Kickoff – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017


Day 2 Afternoon Keynote – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017
Day Two Kickoff – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017


Day 2 Wrap – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017
Day Two Kickoff – Nutanix .NEXTconf 2017


Guests Interviewed on theCUBE:

Dr. John Bates
CEO, Plat.ONE and Author of Thingalytics

Entrepreneur talks Thingalytics: Evolving trends in the IoT world
John Bates has worn many hats, from entrepreneur to professor to author. As a businessman, he built and sold software company PLAT.ONE to SAP SE that specialized in communication between machines and Internet of Things devices. And as an author, he’s written about the enormous opportunity for people and enterprises in the IoT world in his 2015 book, “Thingalytics: Smart Big Data Analytics for the Internet of Things.” Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Stefanie Chiras
VP, IBM Power Systems Offering Management, Systems of Engagement, IBM

Nutanix and IBM gear up for cognitive systems demand
With its pioneering technology to combine storage and servers, Nutanix Inc. has positioned itself as a key player in the hyperconverged market. Just last month, the company joined with IBM Corp. in a multi-year initiative to target workload solutions in large enterprises. That joint effort is focused on simplifying compatible architectures across data centers, particularly when it comes to dealing with cognitive workloads. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Alan Cohen
CCO, Illumio

Illumio to use recent funding for global expansion against cyber threats
When Illumio Inc. announced new funding of $125 million last month, the investment (which was led by J.P. Morgan) gave further credibility to a growing field in computer security known as micro-segmentation. Illumio filters data access policies through its software products based on the belief that security controls should move with workloads and applications while keeping exposure small. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mike Day
CEO, PXP Solutions

Moving to hyperconverged infrastructure reduced this company’s need to juggle IT resources
As companies continue to migrate legacy infrastructure to the cloud, an increasing number of applications are seeing tangible value in moving to hyperconverged infrastructure. This is particularly true in mission-critical use cases, such as payment handling where security requirements do allow for a purely public cloud approach. Mike Day, chief executive officer of PXP Solutions Ltd., described how this motivated his payment gateway company to use a Nutanix-based solution to mimic a public cloud solution on premises. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Virginia Gambale
Managing Partner, Azimuth Partners LLC

Nutanix should play long game in short-sighted public market, says adviser
Taking a company public can do wonders in terms cashflow and publicity, but it also presents a new set of challenges for its growth strategy. Along these lines, Nutanix Inc.’s recent IPO has some customers and industry analysts questioning its ability to continue to innovate. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Binny Gill
Chief Architect, Nutanix

Nutanix’s Calm tackles management of multicloud environments
As cloud technology matures, services and applications become vastly more simple to consume and deploy. At the heart of this trend is the notion of a cloud operating system upon which these applications are controlled and managed. Aaditya Sood, senior director of engineering and products at Nutanix Inc., described how his recently acquired company Calm.io, where he was chief executive officer, is bringing this level of simplicity and control to the Nutanix cloud offerings. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Stephen Hadley
Former U.S.National Security Advisor, RHG

Will the government give regular companies authority to penalize cyberattackers?
Don’t wait for the government to solve the cybersecurity problem, said Stephen Hadley, former U.S. National Security adviser, principal of RHG Strategic Consulting Firm and adviser to Nutanix Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Calvin Hsu
VP, Product Marketing, Citrix

    • Cloud-HCI cocktail quenches enterprise thirst for easy VDI
      Virtual Desktop Infrastructure is not exactly top-trending news for tech analysts at the moment, according to Calvin Hsu, vice president of product marketing at Citrix Systems Inc. The virtualization technology hosts desktop operating systems on central servers within data centers. After generating a thick flurry of hype several years ago, many industry experts have pronounced VDI, if not dead, at least dull. There is a small problem with their attitude, though: They never asked the customers, Hsu stated. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.

Citrix and Nutanix team up to deliver employee friendly VDI solution
Nutanix Inc. and Citrix Systems Inc. are teaming up to deliver a streamlined application and virtual desktop infrastructure solution that is designed to improve the user experience across the enterprise. Both companies are responding to customer pleas for an easier way to deploy the necessary tools for workplace management with the end result being an improved experience for the employee. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Adam Japhet
Head of Infrastructure, Scholastic Inc.

Scholastic shifts tech strategy to boost infrastructure agility
Not every business is a tech company; most simply use technology to keep up in a changing market. Still, the digital revolution leaves no one behind, not even the staid educational sector. One example is Scholastic Corp., a company that has seen the need for digital transformation. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jason Kimrey
Managing Director, Americas Partner Sales, Intel

Intel, Nutanix partner to accelerate business transformation, data center
With a stronghold on a niche market, Nutanix Inc.’s hyperconverged infrastructure technology has succeeded largely because of its ability to integrate so well with data center service providers. As the company looks to expand beyond its niche into more cloud-based environments, this partner ecosystem becomes a crucial component of Nutanix’s efforts to maintain momentum. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Art Langer
Professor, Columbia University

Columbia professor’s ‘strategic IT’ tips for staying ahead of disruption
Warning to companies who think copying the latest successful startups will keep them relevant: “If you’re trying to catch up, it’s already over,” according to Art Langer, professor and director of the Center for Technology Management at Columbia University. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Don Mims
Director, Infrastructure & Virtualization, Baylor, Scott, & White Health

New DNA sequencing platform gets results into the hands of physicians faster
Although the healthcare industry has often been more cautious than other sectors in embracing new technologies, there are signs that hospitals and other patient care organizations are beginning to adopt the enterprise model when it comes to data management. This might involve mimicking attributes of a public cloud when it makes sense on-prem and implementing server virtualization or application delivery platforms to meet healthcare needs. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Raja Mukhopadhyay
VP Product Management, Nutanix

Nutanix and IBM gear up for cognitive systems demand
With its pioneering technology to combine storage and servers, Nutanix Inc. has positioned itself as a key player in the hyperconverged market. Just last month, the company joined with IBM Corp. in a multi-year initiative to target workload solutions in large enterprises. That joint effort is focused on simplifying compatible architectures across data centers, particularly when it comes to dealing with cognitive workloads. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Rachel Mushahwar
General Manager, Head of Americas Industry Sales, Intel

Intel, Nutanix partner to accelerate business transformation, data center
With a stronghold on a niche market, Nutanix Inc.’s hyperconverged infrastructure technology has succeeded largely because of its ability to integrate so well with data center service providers. As the company looks to expand beyond its niche into more cloud-based environments, this partner ecosystem becomes a crucial component of Nutanix’s efforts to maintain momentum. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Sudheesh Nair
President, Nutanix

Dell EMC and Nutanix forge ahead in HCI hybrid cloud
Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group, has taken a sharp turn since Chad Sakac, president of the Converged Platforms and Solutions Division, originally described Nutanix Inc. as a “niche corner case for VDI [virtual desktop infrastructure] only.” Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Rich Napolitano
CEO, Plexxi

Why does Plexxi’s CEO want to stay invisible?
By basing its technology on the “invisibility” of a cloud infrastructure, Nutanix Inc. has built a successful business around the concept of a worry-free system. So it was inevitable that a new set of companies would emerge to supply the Nutanix ecosystem with technology built around a similar idea. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Julia Palmer
Research Director, Gartner

More to HCI than meets the eye? Compressed differentiation in storage explained
Hyperconverged Infrastructure as the linchpin of hybrid cloud? Sounds far-fetched to some, but Julia Palmer, director of research at Gartner Inc., says there’s often more to HCI appliances than meets the eye. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Dheeraj Pandey
CEO and Chairman, Nutanix

Nutanix and Google meet in the middle in cloud-on-prem market battle
Nutanix Inc. announced its new partnership with Google Cloud this week in the nick of time for the Nutanix .NEXT day one keynote in Washington, D.C., where speakers aptly zeroed in on multi-cloud. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.

Nutanix’s Pandey talks new accounting rules, Amazon and why no finish line is just fine
Nutanix Inc. has made plenty of news already this week with announcements of new cloud services products and a major partnership with Google Inc. In the midst of it all, Nutanix Chief Executive Officer Dheeraj Pandey serenely juggles the demands of Wall Street, customers, the media and analysts with the confidence that he’s moved into a technology space that seems to have unlimited potential for growth if he plays his cards right. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Wendy Pfeiffer
Chief Information Officer, Nutanix

Will the chief product officer grow up to be the chief data officer?
Digital transformation is introducing more than new technologies to enterprises. Data monetization and digital consumption models are bringing business people and techies into closer collaboration. While they stretch to adopt methods and tools like virtualization, cloud computing and big data analytics, individuals themselves must grow to match the changes. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Sunil Potti
Chief Product and Development Officer, Nutanix

Ambitious cloud strategy to fuel Nutanix’s growth, says chief product officer
Nutanix Inc. made significant news at its .NEXT gathering last week with the announcement of a partnership with Google to help large enterprises migrate workloads to the cloud. However, as comments from the chief product officer at Nutanix indicate, cloud options are numerous and his company is planning to cover as many bases as possible. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Nicolaus Radford
SVP, Engineering & CTO, Houston Mechatronics

Hyperconverged tech enables real-time control of robotics
The explosion of Internet of Things-connected devices is pushing the need for high-performance computing farther out onto the edge and away from centralized data centers. The backbone of edge computing is hyperconverged infrastructure, and Nutanix Inc. is often thought of as the pioneer of HCI. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Chad Sakac
President, Converged Platforms & Solutions Division, Dell EMC

Dell EMC and Nutanix forge ahead in HCI hybrid cloud
Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group, has taken a sharp turn since Chad Sakac, president of the Converged Platforms and Solutions Division, originally described Nutanix Inc. as a “niche corner case for VDI [virtual desktop infrastructure] only.” Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Kirk Skaugen
President of Data Center Group, Lenovo

Lenovo, Nutanix team-up advances hyperconverged infrastructure
The partnership between Lenovo Group Ltd. and Nutanix Inc. has been in the works for more than two years. Today, both companies are seeing business growth around their jointly engineered solutions, according to Kirk Skaugen, president of the data center group at Lenovo, who commented on how the two companies are coming together. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Aaditya Sood
Sr Director Engineering & Product, Nutanix

Nutanix’s Calm tackles management of multicloud environments
As cloud technology matures, services and applications become vastly more simple to consume and deploy. At the heart of this trend is the notion of a cloud operating system upon which these applications are controlled and managed. Aaditya Sood, senior director of engineering and products at Nutanix Inc., described how his recently acquired company Calm.io, where he was chief executive officer, is bringing this level of simplicity and control to the Nutanix cloud offerings. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Satyam Vaghani
VP Technology, Nutanix

Hyperconverged tech enables real-time control of robotics
The explosion of Internet of Things-connected devices is pushing the need for high-performance computing farther out onto the edge and away from centralized data centers. The backbone of edge computing is hyperconverged infrastructure, and Nutanix Inc. is often thought of as the pioneer of HCI. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jon Walton
CIO, County of San Mateo

Municipal CIO guarantees technology up-time during disasters
While advancements in technology can play a critical role in the daily operations within an enterprise, these breakthroughs very often go unnoticed in the general public. For technology leaders in public office, this requires a careful balance between raising awareness for technology without drawing too much attention to their challenges, especially tech challenges encountered during a disaster. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

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