Companies are transforming and growing their businesses through technology. Today, organizations digitize almost everything they do. Data is their most important currency and they focus on how to manage, access and move it effectively and efficiently.
The recent pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation paradigm as these extraordinary circumstances have compelled businesses across all industries to make IT and digital transformation top priorities. It is clear that today, modernizing their IT infrastructure, managing their applications and finding the most efficient ways to meet the digital demands of their customers and employees are at the heart of the concerns of IT leaders in the whole world.
With the largest U.S. IPO of 2016 and the ability to grow its business to over $1 billion in revenue, Nutanix is now recognized as one of the world’s cloud leaders enterprise computing, supporting more than 20,000 companies worldwide in their digital transformation. Recently in Paris for a few days, its CEO, Rajiv Ramaswami, shared his thoughts on the IT challenges facing businesses today, the impact of the recent pandemic and the opportunities offered by the cloud.
“The recent pandemic has heightened the need for mission-critical IT,” says Rajiv Ramaswami. “Over the past two years, the solutions offered by Nutanix have been crucial for companies looking to modernize their IT infrastructure and meet the digital demands of their customers and remote workers. The company was the first to help businesses of all sizes around the world build a simplified IT infrastructure with one-click operations. In the future, as enterprises shift more to the cloud, the hyperconvergence and hybrid cloud specialist is focused on erasing the complexity of managing multiple clouds.
Rajiv Ramaswami explains that while he has seen some changes in specific industries and countries, companies continue to modernize their data centers to a three-tier architecture, run more mission-critical applications and are increasingly extending their workloads to the cloud. The cloud has really taken off because it has made it very easy to subscribe to the complex technology that companies need to run their applications and store their data. However, with growing cloud needs comes a desire for choice. The market is rapidly moving towards operating through multiple clouds, whether it’s a large cloud provider or a customer-owned data center. Companies want to control costs, governance and compliance.
For Nutanix, the cloud is an operating model, not a destination. Rajiv Ramaswami explains that his company’s mission is to take the complexity out of multicloud and allow customers to focus on their business results. Businesses should be able to choose the location that best suits their needs and budget. Interestingly, in a recent Cloud Index study conducted on behalf of Nutanix by Vanson Bourne, 83% of IT professionals in France said hybrid multicloud was their preferred operating model.
Companies choose to run their applications in multiple clouds and want a “hybrid multicloud” infrastructure because it provides them with choice and flexibility. However, operating multiple clouds is a complex process and companies are looking for ways to simplify their infrastructure as much as possible and make it transparent. Rajiv Ramaswami concludes that simplifying complexity creates a huge opportunity for value creation. “At Nutanix, we provide a platform that brings the simplicity of a single cloud subscription to multiple clouds; we call it the “Hybrid multicloud”. This is the market we are targeting and, together with our core market, this represents a $60 billion market opportunity in 2025.”
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