With hyper-convergence adoption on the rise and IT leaders turning to hyper-converged infrastructure to deliver on-premise IT services with the speed and operational efficiency of the public cloud, locally managed IT services provider Troye has now introduced Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI).
Outdated legacy infrastructure with separate enterprise storage, networks and servers are no longer suited to meet the growing demands of enterprise applications and fast-paced modern business.
Combined with Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, Troye now provides a complete, fully supported solution for application and desktop virtualisation that enhances enterprise security, enables workforce mobility, and lowers the cost and complexity of application, desktop, and infrastructure management by as much as 70%.
Troye technical director Kurt Goodall says controlling infrastructure complexity and cost is key to successfully deploying a new application and desktop virtualisation environments. “Whether you are virtualising end-user applications or desktops, Citrix and Nutanix help you succeed.”
When deploying an application and desktop virtualisation solution, one has to size the infrastructure for future business growth even though budgets may be constrained by current workforce size. With Citrix and Nutanix, one can start with a small pilot project and grow to thousands of users without disruption, performance-related risks, or big upfront costs.
When it comes to application and desktop virtualisation, user experience is the ultimate measure of success. Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop are optimised to satisfy user requirements across a wide variety of devices and network connections. Whether one has hundreds of users or ten thousand, Nutanix and Citrix deliver an excellent user experience to local, remote, and mobile business users.
Edited by Daniëlle Kruger
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