Nutanix has doubled down on end-user computing technology in recent years, investing heavily in the virtual desktop and application space. To date, Nutanix is widely known for our hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) technology which optimizes the deployment and management of traditional VMware and Citrix VDI workloads. But we’ve also made great strides in the emerging Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) market with our acquisition of Frame in 2018. If you’re unfamiliar, Frame is a platform able to stream Windows applications and desktops to any device with a browser. The application and desktop workload Virtual Machines can run on-premises with Nutanix AHV and in public clouds such as Azure, GCP or AWS.
Nutanix Frame Partner Community Summit in Belgrade
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