Vengopal Pai from Nutanix explains how their software stack enables customers to seamlessly transition from on-premise infrastructure to the cloud. Nutanix provides a license that allows customers to run their workloads in the data center on any hardware platform. This license can also be used to run workloads on public cloud platforms like AWS and Azure. The software stack acts as a portable platform, enabling workloads to be deployed in various destinations chosen by the customer, including the edge, data center, service provider, and public cloud. The consistency provided by the common software stack, including management, security, networking, skill sets, tool sets, and IT processes. Workloads can be moved without any changes, making it easy to transition between locations. This clip references an example of a customer who utilized Nutanix's PRISM central management plane to spin up workloads in Azure and AWS simultaneously, leveraging existing licenses. The flexibility and license portability of Nutanix's architecture support hybrid and multi-cloud environments, accommodating VMs, containers, and refactoring challenges.