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· 8 min read
Stefan Gajic

Today, we are witnessing a number of companies building or moving their infrastructure to the public cloud. In one of our previous blogs, my colleague David Horvath explained how you can “Bring Your Own Azure Network to Frame.” With BYO Networking, the Nutanix Frame® DaaS solution provisions Frame-managed workloads in your designated Microsoft Azure® VNet. Access to the workloads in that VNet remains within your private network.

For customers who want their users to access these workloads from the Internet without a VPN, Nutanix provides the Frame Streaming Gateway Appliance (SGA), a secure reverse proxy that supports the Frame Remoting Protocol (FRP) 7 (Secure WebSocket-based) and 8 (WebRTC-based). The SGA allows you to securely grant users access to virtualized applications and/or desktops running in the Azure private VNet without a VPN.

· 2 min read
Yangzhi Zhao

At Nutanix, providing flexibility and the power of choice to our customers is something we pride ourselves on.

With the Nutanix Frame® Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution, customers not only have choice in where they deploy (private, hybrid, or public clouds), but they also have choice in how they procure and pay for their Frame subscription. Customers can purchase a prepaid subscription through our Nutanix channel partners or in a monthly pay-as-you-go model through My Nutanix.

And now, we are excited to announce that we are providing even more flexibility by allowing customers to purchase their Frame subscription directly through the Azure® Marketplace!

· 6 min read
David Horvath

As enterprises continue to expand their IT footprint into the public clouds, extending existing private networking infrastructure into the public cloud has become more critical. To address the flexibility that this requires, Nutanix has added a Bring Your Own (BYO) Networking feature to its Frame™ Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution. In a previous blog, I walked through how to use this feature in the AWS® platform. In this blog, I will walk you through how an environment could be set up in an Azure® cloud infrastructure. Integration between your Frame-managed workloads with an actual private network depends on the specific implementation of your private network.

· 6 min read
Ruben Spruijt

Azure Brings True Virtual Graphics to the Cloud with NVv4

Do you know what's so great about bacon and eggs, burgers and fries, and peanut butter and jelly? They're all great together!

So are Nutanix Frame and the new Microsoft NVv4 AMD-powered virtual machines. In this post you will learn the technology details about the NVv4 - the first Azure cloud based instance type to use virtualized AMD GPUs. I'll also share insights into the benefits of using GPUs with Desktop-as-a-Service. You'll also get a preview of Frame and the Azure NVv4 in action.