How Cloud-Inspired Infrastructure is Transforming IT

Cloud Inspired Infrastructure
Cloud Inspired Infrastructure

Public clouds have redefined user expectations of enterprise IT, and rapid time to value, pay-as-you-grow economics and just-in-time provisioning are becoming the new reality. Hear firsthand from Spirit Airlines, Gartner, and Nutanix about a new class of “cloud-inspired” infrastructure that has emerged to help IT leverage the agility of the cloud without sacrificing the control of on-prem infrastructure.

In these interview segments, you will learn about:

  • The infrastructure choices available to IT, and the benefits and drawbacks of each option
  • Key advantages of an enterprise cloud, from predictable performance and cloud-like infrastructure consumption to robust security and seamless application mobility
  • How Spirit Airlines leverages Nutanix to achieve record performance and zero IT issues during the peak travel season

Interview Highlights:

  • 0:00 - How are business expectations changing the role and requirements for IT, and what is driving this change? (Lydia Leong, Gartner Research)
  • 8:41 - What is Nutanix’s approach to cloud-inspired infrastructure? (Greg Smith, Nutanix)
  • 12:02 - How has Spirit Airlines benefitted from moving to a cloud-inspired infrastructure? (Nelson Remy, Spirit Airlines)

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Nelson Remy, Director of IT Infrastructure Operations & Architecture at Spirit Airlines
Lydia Leong, Vice President and Distinguished Analyst at Gartner Research
Greg Smith, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Nutanix