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Nutanix Announces Acropolis File Services (AFS) Web-scale Native File Serving
Nutanix has announced the release of their web-scale native file serving solution, Acropolis File Services (AFS), which leverages the same technology as Nutanix Enterprise Clouds.
Commvault visits Nutanix's Acropolis, adds AWS/Azure action
Extended hypervisor support adds Nutanix's Acropolis hypervisor to the existing set – VMware, HyperV, Zen and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation (RHEV). Supported clouds include Azure and AWS. There are migration options for data and workloads to move ...
Greece, Russia Launch Cultural Cooperation with Exhibition at Acropolis Museum
On its side, Greece will lend Hermitage a marble statue of a 7th century BC archaic Kore from the collections of the Acropolis Museum.
Skythian objects from the Hermitage to go on display at Acropolis Museum
Three golden Scythian finds from the collection of Saint Petersburg's Hermitage Museum will go on display at the Acropolis Museum in Athens as part of a series of cultural exchanges between the two countries within the framework of the “2016 ...
Uefa face Acropolis if they don't sort out Greek football
And they may come Acropolis after Greek Theodore Theodoridis was promoted to acting general secretary, meaning he is now their top-ranking official. “Theo” faces questions over his links with alleged Greek match-fixers Olympiakos and their president ...

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