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Guide for Reducing Data Center Physical Infrastructure Energy Consumption in Federal Data Centers: Whitepaper

In an effort to create a clean energy economy, recent US presidents and congress have issued a series of legislation and executive orders requiring federal agencies to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions in government facilities. Vivek Kundra, Federal Chief Information Officer, is supporting that effort by establishing a Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative to help reduce energy consumption in over 1,100 Federal data centers. US Federal data center managers are on a timeline to respond with their final consolidation plan. This paper analyzes the implication of these mandates and offers recommendations for how to improve energy efficiency in Federal data centers.

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Solution Brief: Streamline VDI with Nutanix: Whitepaper

Hear about the Nutanix desktop virtualization solution to learn more about some of its key benefits: lowest TCO for both persistent and non-persistent desktops, low boot time and application response, predictable growth and forecasting and more!


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Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform: Whitepaper

Learn more about the Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform: an extensible, appliance based server with built-in enterprise storage to power any virtual machine (VM). Nutanix converges server and storage resources into an integrated platform so that datacenter capacity can be easily expanded – one node at a time – delivering linear and predictable scale-out with pay-as-you-grow flexibility.


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The Virtualization Playbook : Whitepaper

The increasing complexity of the government enterprise—and the increasing volume and complexity of the data being managed—is forcing agency IT managers to rethink how they manage the infrastructure. Virtualization is at the center of that. By virtualizing key elements of the data center, agencies gain flexibility, scalability and manageability. And those gains are magnified when agencies integrate those systems into a cohesive whole. At the same time, IT managers are looking to bolster their infrastructures with emerging storage and storage management options. The data center of the future is taking shape now.