I’ve always been a fan of PernixData since the day I first learned about them at Storage Field Day 3 more than a year ago. I’ve always been in touch with them afterwards, visited their offices in San Jose, and I was also accepted into their PernixPro program. Thanks to the program, I got the opportunity to test with some advance the new release of PernixData FVP 2.0, and a couple of new enhancements seemed to me like a perfect fit for an integration with Veeam Backup & Replication. Have you ever thought what could be the result of accelerating Veeam vPower NFS using Pernixata?
New OS 3.5 for Nutanix: new performances, new features, and (tech preview) support for Hyper-V
Today Nutanix is announcing its new 3.5 release of their own software. As a partner I had the chance to attend a quick preview of this new version, and I should say the news are really interesting. First of all, it’s important to note that each new feature will be available to all customer with […]