With Frame, Nutanix customers will be able to deliver desktops-as-a-service (DaaS) from multiple clouds, combining the consumer-grade simplicity and web-scale design of cloud applications with the functionality of traditional virtual desktop applications. The closing of the acquisition is subject to customary closing conditions, Nutanix said in a press statement. According to Gartner, ”by 2019, 50% of new VDI users will be deployed on DaaS platforms.” The report goes on to state that,”interest in DaaS has resurfaced as a hot topic with midsize organizations that have progressed and matured their cloud strategies.” (Gartner, Inc., When Midsize Organizations Should Select Desktop as a Service, Nathan Hill, Refreshed: July 19, 2018 | Published: 31 January 2017) Taking advantage of Frame’s cloud-native architecture, Nutanix will extend the service to Xi Cloud and Google Cloud Platform, while continuing support for popular third-party clouds like AWS and Azure. This will provide customers with a genuine multi-cloud deployment model, consistent with Nutanix’s philosophy of customer choice. Based on recent research from IDC, the DaaS software market is forecast to grow to $2.99 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate of 32.1% (IDC Worldwide Desktop-as-a-Service Software Forecast, 2017-2021, Robert Young, June 2017, IDC). The rapid adoption of cloud-native applications is fundamentally altering how applications and services are… Read full this story
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