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Infinidat has achieved significant milestones in an aggressive expansion of its channel partner-centric initiatives. Infinidat has invested heavily in building up its channel partner program to a 5-star rating, increasing partner revenue, margins, co-op/marketing development funding (MDF), and joint events.
Infinidat says that Richard Bradbury has been appointed SVP, EMEA & APJ. Leveraging his extensive experience in storage at Hitachi and EMC, Bradbury will be responsible for accelerating growth and scaling Infinidat’s enterprise business across the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and emerging markets. Bradbury reports to Infinidat’s CEO Phil Bullinger, effective immediately.
Just months after announcing the availability of its backup as a service offering (BaaS), Cohesity has announced the general availability of its next ‘as a service’ offering – disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).
Tintri®, a DDN® subsidiary and the leading provider of auto adaptive, workload intelligent platforms, has expanded its line of VMstore™ T7000 NVMe-based systems to include the VMstore T7060 and T7040 platforms. VMstore, the world's most intelligent storage management system, features AI-driven autonomous operations, app-level visibility and real-time and predictive analytics for hands-off operations for nearly all administrative tasks – reducing administrative overhead by as much as 95%.
New features and enhancements include Veeam Backup & Replication v11a, cloud-native capabilities for AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, integration with Kasten K10 for Kubernetes, support for Red Hat Virtualization backup, Instant Recovery to Nutanix AHV, Veeam ONE v11a, and Veeam Service Provider Console v6.
Global technology provider Arrow Electronics has signed an agreement with Druva, a leader in cloud data protection and management. This strategic collaboration will provide pan-European channel partners access to Druva’s comprehensive portfolio of industry-leading solutions designed to help organizations strengthen data resilience, security and accessibility.
Cloudian has introduced support for Red Hat OpenShift, providing enterprise-level persistent storage for modern, cloud-native applications on-premises. OpenShift customers will be able to deploy Cloudian’s HyperStore® object storage solution in their own data centers and take advantage of its fully native S3 compatibility, limitless scalability, military-grade security and cloud-like agility at up to 70% less cost than public cloud offerings. In addition, HyperStore provides seamless integration with the public cloud and the ability to support both modern and traditional applications from the same platform.
Nutanix has added new capabilities to the Nutanix® Cloud Platform that make it easier for customers to simplify data management, and optimise database and big data workload performance for the most critical applications.
he EMEA external storage systems market value was up 3.3% year on year in dollars but down 5.5% in euros in 2021Q2, according to International Data Corporation's (IDC) EMEA Quarterly Disk Storage Systems Tracker.
John Hayes-Warren, CEO of Agilitas, discusses the findings of the company’s 2023 Channel Trends report, with customer experience and company culture, combining to provide the Total Experience, as the main priorities for the channel. The report also highlighted the importance of leadership, purpose, alliances, skills and sustainability, as John explains.
Michael Cantor, CIO at Park Place Technologies, discusses how the role of the CIO continues to change and develop with the new challenges and opportunities presented by the world of technology. In addition to the CIO’s ‘traditional’ role of ensuring the smooth running of the IT department, as well as understanding how new technologies might impact on the business, the role now demands many new skills: sustainability, business intelligence and analytics to technology lifecycle, digital transformation, and customer experience.
Neil MacDonald, UK & Ireland Channel Director for HP Inc., discusses the importance of sustainability to the IT Channel, with a major opportunity for companies to become environmental trusted advisors to end users. Neil outlines the many programmes and initiatives which HP has developed to address key sustainability issues, such as a packaging re-think, tech take back and closed loop recycling, all of which help their Channel partners to deliver measurable sustainability benefits to their customers.
Ryan Farris, Vice President of Products at Qumulo, discusses the company’s recently launched Qumulo Scale Anywhere platform – the challenges it is designed to address, the benefits it brings for end users, as well as how it uses the Azure Native Qumulo application and includes Global Namespace.