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Nutanix Frame Now Available in Azure Marketplace!

By Yangzhi Zhao
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At Nutanix, providing flexibility and the power of choice to our customers is something we pride ourselves on.

With the Nutanix Frame® Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution, customers not only have choice in where they deploy (private, hybrid, or public clouds), but they also have choice in how they procure and pay for their Frame subscription. Customers can purchase a prepaid subscription through our Nutanix channel partners or in a monthly pay-as-you-go model through My Nutanix.

And now, we are excited to announce that we are providing even more flexibility by allowing customers to purchase their Frame subscription directly through the Azure® Marketplace!

Our initial offer is available now for U.S. and Mexico customers (support for additional markets coming soon!) and is for a monthly pay-as-you-go subscription. Customers’ Azure Marketplace subscriptions will be billed based on the actual number of unique users that accessed Frame during the previous month.

The offer is also enrolled in the Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC) program, which means that 100% of the Frame subscription cost will count towards customers’ Azure consumption commitment spend!

For more information on how you can sign-up for Frame through the Azure Marketplace, click here.

New to Frame and want to try for yourself? Sign-up for a Frame Test Drive today!

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