Qirx in a Box Launched at High Speed Rally
Qirx has just launched our new Qirx in a Box IT Infrastructure Virtualisation Solution at high speed in the forest. We also had the opportunity to learn from VMware and Nutanix on the world leading IT infrastructure management solutions. Below are some pictures and a review of the day.
The dedicated team at Qirx have been guiding Australian businesses, small and large, through the IT infrastructure virtualisation process, gaining more than 50 years combined experience over the past eight years. Qirx in a Box packages and delivers this in a detailed and versatile product that will save you time and money.
This unique product is delivered as 6 modules:
– Availability and Protection
– End-User Computing
– Management and Automation
Module 0 – The Overview, is an introduction to the team at Qirx and the valuable information you will receive if you purchase any module of Qirx in a Box.
Want to optimise your IT infrastructure, but don’t have the time or resources to undertake the necessary research? Qirx in a Box delivers months of research in a set of videos that can be consumed within three hours. You will also gain access to cost and ROI calculators, project plans and technical guidance.
Northern Region director of VMware, Andrew Goodlace gave us an update on their continued impact on organisations as the industry leading virtualisation software company. We also gained valuable insight into VMware’s recent acquisition of AirWatch, which will further assist in the enhancement of business operations with its Mobile Device Management capabilities.
Qirx’s own Josh Thow, supported by VMware’s Ross King, gave us a run down on the more technical aspects of the VMware Horizon suite.
We had the opportunity to hear from Howard Ting, Vice President of Marketing at San Francisco based Nutanix, the leading provider of next generation datacenter solutions. Their unique Virtual Computing Platform delivers web-scale IT infrastructure to medium and large enterprises al l over the world. The native convergence of compute and storage into a single solution drives unprecedented simplicity of the datacenter. Customers can start with a few servers and scale to thousands with fully predictable performance and economics.