Veeam Hyper-Availablity as a Service for Nutanix AHV

Veeam Availability for Nutanix AHV as a Service is purpose built with the Nutanix user in mind! Join this engaging discussion around the beneficial uses of Veeam in your virtual environment. The powerful web-based UI was specifically designed to look and feel like Prism Nutanix’s management solution for the Acropolis infrastructure stack while ensuring a streamlined and familiar user experience brought to life by TB Consulting.
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Migrating your virtualization workloads to an OpenStack based infrastructure

Broadcom is acquiring VMware. Now what? If your infrastructure runs on VMware, you need to answer that question. And for many, or even most companies, the answer is to find a “Plan B” for their virtualized workloads and private-cloud infrastructure. Maybe you plan to eventually migrate to a fully cloud native architecture on a public or hybrid cloud, but right now you have lots of traditional workloads you're not sure you can refactor as cloud-native applications -- at least right away.
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NSX-T Data Center: how it differs from NSX-V and what you need to know

VMware

This webinar will take you through the main differences between VMware NSX-T Data Center and NSX-V, why you should consider NSX-T Data Center and the difference in processes you’ll need to follow. It will also outline our newly updated Install, Configure, Manage course which aligns to a new certification exam being released soon.
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Nvidia Managing End User Experience with GPU-Powered Insights

Eginnovations

GPU technology improves Citrix virtual desktops and applications, but to truly deliver an immersive user experience that scales, organizations need to manage the complete GPU deployment lifecycle - from designing the infrastructure, to managing and optimizing a production environment, to responding to user issues dynamically, in real-time.
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Virtualizing and Testing with macOS

Have you ever rolled out a full OS or even a simple policy update to your managed devices, only to find it breaks something else in the environment? If you had just tested it properly, you might have saved the headaches that followed. Testing with macOS is extremely challenging, almost impossible in some cases, and tends to be time consuming and costly, so what should you do?
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