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Nutanix has revealed Nutanix Mine. This is a new solution that integrates secondary storage operations with the company’s Enterprise Cloud Platform. With the new solution, the company provides a complete platform for primary and secondary storage in the private cloud.

Native integration with backup vendors Veeam, HYCU, Commvault, Veritas and Unitrends allows customers to manage their HCI environment and backup operations from a single management console. The operational costs and complexity of standalone backup and recovery solutions must be reduced in this way.

The secondary storage silo continued to exist according to Sunil Potti, Chief Product and Development Officer, even if customers embraced HCI. “With Nutanix Mine, customers get all the benefits of removing this silo and merging into one platform – less management complexity, simplified operations and lower TCO – without having to move away from the backup solution that best suits their business needs.”


Nutanix Mine further enables customers to converge secondary storage activities within the Enterprise Cloud Platform to provide intelligence data backup services for all business applications. Mine integrates with Nutanix’ native HCI data fabric to provide intelligent tiering and advanced data reduction capabilities.

Companies can also choose the best backup software for their organization that is optimized for their HCI environment. In this way, the time and cost of configuring standalone secondary storage solutions should be reduced.

It also simplifies the entire lifecycle of backup operations, including initial sizing and procurement, streamlined installation, and easy provisioning of the entire solution. Finally, users will have the opportunity to easily scale up primary and secondary storage if they need to accommodate the company’s growth.


Mine with Veeam and with HYCU are expected to become available in the third quarter of 2019. The solutions are then sold by Nutanix. The variants with Commvault, Veritas and Unitrends are expected to be available in a future version.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.