Philippines To Host First Ever Nutanix .Next On Tour

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.NEXT bring together developers, IT leaders and technology visionaries to share the latest in enterprise cloud, datacentre technologies, and edge applications. It is the industry’s one-stop source for information and inspiration on the latest in IT technologies and trends in cloud, datacentre and DevOps.

This year’s conference theme ‘One platform. Any app. Your multi-cloud.’ showcases the Nutanix vision for ASEAN’s digital enterprises: a software-defined enterprise future, where infrastructure, applications and clouds converge on a single platform – removing the silos and inefficiencies that accompany traditional infrastructure.

The tour combines key content and discussions to customers and partners as Nutanix continues its 10th anniversary celebrations.

“Staying relevant in turbulent times is key for Philippines businesses, as they look to overcome the challenges and demands of today’s fast changing, data-centric, digital business environment,” said Neville Vincent, Vice President, South Asia Pacific at Nutanix.

As cloud complexity and clutter rises, balancing business needs is consuming more and more resources. Meanwhile, staying ahead of developments and knowing where and whom to turn is becoming harder.

“We are bringing global best practices and innovation right to the door of our local customers – providing reassurance and clarity in an increasingly complex world,” added Vincent. “The Philippines is evolving rapidly and poised to become one of the most dynamic countries in the region. As the country builds its future digital economy, Nutanix will be there to help ensure the technology foundations will help Philippines maximise the benefits for all its citizens.”

Participants will have exclusive access to insights and discussions, as well as practical and hands-on experience with experts. They’ll also learn how to optimise their organisations by redesigning and modernising their datacentres and ultimately transform the way they operate. Focus areas for the events will include:

• Modern cloud-based infrastructure
• Best practices for running business-critical applications and VDI
• AI and ML driven automation
• Latest datacentre trends, best practices and technical deep dives to optimise hybrid clouds
• Emerging technology trends and when and how to apply them

The .NEXT On Tour ASEAN 2019, will also be an occasion for Nutanix to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The enterprise cloud OS leader has come a long way over the past decade. It is widely recognised as the global leader in, and pioneer of, hyperconverged infrastructure, developing the market from a simple concept. Its innovation has not stopped there, Nutanix is now a driving force behind hybrid cloud.

.NEXT On Tour ASEAN 2019 will be in the following cities:
• Singapore – 1 November
• Malaysia – 19 November
• Philippines – 28 November
• Thailand – 3 December
• Indonesia – 4 December
• Vietnam – 12 December

For event registration and more details, please refer to

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