Hybrid multicloud computing company Nutanix and enterprise networking and security group Cisco have announced a collaboration in the Egyptian market.
Its aim is to accelerate customers’ hybrid multicloud adoption, foster innovation, and provide seamless customer experience, on the back of a global partnership between the two companies.
A new offering, Cisco Compute Hyperconverged with Nutanix, integrates Cisco’s SaaS-managed compute and networking infrastructure (Cisco Unified Computing System with Cisco Intersight) with the Nutanix Cloud Platform (Nutanix Cloud Infrastructure, Nutanix Cloud Manager, Nutanix Unified Storage, and Nutanix Desktop Services) and will be sold by Cisco.
The companies say that customers will benefit from a fully integrated and validated solution that is sold, built, managed and supported holistically for a seamless end-to-end experience.
The Nutanix Cloud Platform provides a consistent cloud operating model with a single platform for running applications and data across data centres, edges and public clouds. To best support application deployments, from mission-critical workloads to AI-driven innovation, performance and capacity scale linearly, resilience is delivered from the ground up with self-healing nodes, and persistent storage is natively integrated.
Following the announcement, according to Daily News Egypt , the Nutanix leadership team in Egypt, represented by Mogib Abdelrazek, Egypt Country Director, met with Ayman El Gohary, Cisco’s Managing Director in Egypt, North Africa and Levant and his leadership team.
The two companies discussed the rolling out of local initiatives based on the global strategic partnership, designed to deliver the most comprehensive hybrid cloud solution on the market to streamline customer operations, increase resilience and hasten IT transformation.