Active-Active File Services for the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud

Presented by

Duane Laflotte - Chief Technology Officer at Peer Software, Inc. , Mike McGhee - Technical Marketing Engineer at Nutanix

About this talk

Customers need the ability to optimize the placement of applications and data workloads to ensure both performance and availability. These challenges are further complicated when applications, data, and people are spread across multiple storage platforms, data centers, and remote office locations. As a fileserver built for the cloud era, Peer and Nutanix Acropolis File Services (AFS) work in concert to conquer the toughest challenges. Featuring a globally-distributed Active-Active file services fabric, the combined solution seamlessly weaves AFS clusters and existing storage systems together with real-time synchronization and distributed file locking. Data can now be made local to users and applications, ensuring optimal performance, integrity, and high availability. Key use cases include: - Active-Active Global File Sharing and Collaboration - Active-Active Continuous Availability and Load Balancing for VDI Implementations - Extending the Reach of Nutanix Across Multiple Storage Platforms
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