ServerCentral partners with Nimble Storage to expand its dedicated and shared managed storage offering. All storage options are fully redundant and managed by ServerCentral.
Tom Kiblin, ServerCentral VP of Managed Services, had this to say :
We are constantly evolving our storage options based on our customers’ requirements. We wanted a strategic partner to help us build a comprehensive offering. After evaluating numerous vendors and extensive technology testing, we chose the Nimble Predictive Flash platform for its enterprise-grade features that are cost-effective and scalable as well as its market-leading analytics that provide significant visibility into the entire IT stack.
ServerCentral offers dedicated and shared storage arrays, all of which are fully redundant, highly available and completely managed by ServerCentral’s experts. SmartSecure Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) certified software-based encryption allows ServerCentral to better serve highly regulated industries such as finance and healthcare.
Leonard Iventosch, VP – Worldwide Channels at Nimble Storage, commented :
ServerCentral’s approach is building the right solution for each customer, which is the type of partner enterprises depend on when navigating today’s complex IT infrastructures. ServerCentral’s expertise is a great fit for customers who are looking for a strategic partner to help them make intelligent infrastructure decisions. With the Nimble Storage Unified Flash Fabric, partners like ServerCentral are able to provide their customers with flash for all enterprise applications by unifying All Flash and Adaptive Flash arrays into a single consolidation architecture with common data services.
Nimble recently launched its Predictive All Flash Arrays that combine fast flash performance with InfoSight Predictive Analytics to deliver increased data velocity. The Nimble AF-Series All Flash arrays deliver absolute performance, superior scalability and non-stop availability, at a total cost of ownership (TCO) that is 33 to 66 percent lower than competitive arrays.
In addition to Managed Storage, ServerCentral’s Managed Service portfolio includes Backup as a Service, Disaster Recovery as a Service, and managed network and data center migration.