In its OVHcloud products, Nutanix has recently included the option to use Bring Your Own License or BYOL.
Nutanix customers may now move their existing Nutanix Cloud Platform licenses to dedicated OVHcloud hosted private cloud infrastructures, making it simpler for them to transition to the cloud. With the addition of the BYOL offer to the existing pack offer, the Nutanix customers may now upgrade to the cloud.
Existing Nutanix customers and partners may now use their Nutanix Cloud Platform licenses to Nutanix-certified High Grade HCI Intel dedicated servers, thereby gaining license portability and application migration transparency. Customers' Nutanix hyper-converged environment (HCI) is pre-installed in just a few hours and ready to use with their custom infrastructure.
Nutanix on OVHcloud is designed to allow for faster on-premises applications to migrate to the cloud while benefiting from OVHcloud infrastructures. The OVHcloud infrastructure stands out for its global sustainability, thanks to a circular group approach that allows for maximum optimization of the server's life cycle.
"We are thrilled to continue to strengthen our partnership with Nutanix, which includes new use cases as well as exciting new business opportunities for our ecosystem partners," says Sylvain Rouri, OVHcloud's Chief Sales Officer.
The BYOL package includes 27 different dedicated servers and Nutanix High Grade HCI certified servers based on Intel processors, helping to improve OPEX for significant savings compared to non-hyperconverged infrastructure as a service (IaaS).
"As a company, we constantly demonstrate the value of strong partnerships. With its existing Nutanix on OVHcloud solution, it makes sense for us to include a BYOL service." says Dom Poloniecki, Nutanix's Worldwide Sales Chief of Staff and Head of Sales Strategy & Operations. "They have the best of both worlds."
The Nutanix on OVHcloud solution is a scalable and ready HCI platform to use, which is available both as a pack and as a BYOL, and is certified by Nutanix in EMEA and Canada, with data centers located in Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.