Binny Gill

CTO, Cloud Services

Binny has extensive experience in building distributed systems that evolve towards simplicity. At Nutanix, Binny leads the technical vision and architecture of the product portfolio. Prior to Nutanix, he was at IBM Research where he led the next generation of flash technologies in storage systems. He is the three-time recipient of the highest technical award in IBM research, and four-time recipient of the Research Accomplishment award for significantly impacting IBM business through his work.   Binny is the inventor of key caching algorithms in DRAM and Flash technologies and is the author of more than a dozen well-cited publications. He holds more than 50 issued patents in the fields of flash, caching algorithms, distributed storage systems, and virtualization. Binny received his Masters degree in Computer Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Bachelors degree in Computer Science from IIT Kanpur.

Xi Clusters: The Rise of the True Hybrid

While there are many different ways of bringing an HCI stack on top of AWS bare metal, at Nutanix, we have chosen the most native approach to the problem with the conviction that such an architecture is in the best interest of our joint customers.

The Only Hypervisor Certified for Production SAP HANA on Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI): Another First for Nutanix AHV

At Nutanix we strive every day to make infrastructure just a little bit better than it was yesterday. Over the last eight years, Nutanix has reinvented storage, reinvented the hypervisor, and created a delightful private cloud for virtualized workloads that makes the lives of our customers better.

Nutanix to Welcome Minjar to the Family

Today, we are delighted to announce that we have signed a definitive agreement to acquire Minjar Inc. to help enterprises accelerate their multi-cloud journey with Botmetric, Minjar’s solution for intelligent cloud optimization.

A Brave New World

There’s no question that enterprise application usability has for the most part been left behind.

A Brave New World

There’s no question that enterprise application usability has for the most part been left behind.

A Brave New World

There’s no question that enterprise application usability has for the most part been left behind.

Next-Generation Serviceability: The Four Keys from Nutanix

The serviceability of any product relies on four fundamental actions: (i) observe, (ii) inform, (iii) fix, and (iv) learn. While most products attempt to implement these in some form or another, very few get it right. Today I would like to share with you the secret sauce required to build the most serviceable system in the world.

There was a big flash, and then the dinosaurs died

There’s no question that enterprise application usability has for the most part been left behind.

The Dinosaurs Are Dying

I now feel that the beginning of the end for SAN-like storage systems is hurtling towards us.

Unleashing Fusion-io in the Nutanix Architecture

I now feel that the beginning of the end for SAN-like storage systems is hurtling towards us.