Nutanix: A Breath of Fresh Air for Your Remote and Branch Offices
Traditionally, the main datacenter has been the center of gravity for most business IT organizations. After all, that’s where the datacenter is and that’s where most of IT staff works. But that’s changing fast as businesses are increasingly moving their operations to remote locations. These locations are crucial because that’s often where business happens. But supporting remote offices and branch offices (ROBOs) is tough for IT. It is expensive and resource intensive.
ROBO is defined as a small or branch office or other dedicated location that is connected to headquarters and/or other corporate locations via a WAN link. A typical ROBO location can house anywhere from just a few employees up to hundreds, with varied needs.
Organizations need to deliver the same level of IT service to remote and branch office workers as they do to their headquarters-based employees. At the same time, a ROBO needs physical architecture that suits remote and potentially isolated sites, resiliency in case of WAN outages, and a constant deployment (compute and storage) model that can be tailored per ROBO workload.
Read the entire article here, A Breath of Fresh Air for Your Remote and Branch Offices
via the fine folks at Nutanix.