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The Instillery joins Nimble Storage Partner Network

The Instillery joins Nimble Storage Partner Network

tapped as value-added reseller and Cloud service provider for Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

Auckland-based business solutions for the Cloud provider, The Instillery, has joined the Nimble Partner Network as a value-added reseller and Cloud service provider for Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

Through the partnership, The Instillery will offer customers flash storage arrays suitable for mainstream workloads in IT organisations of all sizes whether as a dedicated on-premise appliance-based solution or as a hybrid Cloud service.

Founder and managing director of The Instillery, Mike Jenkins, said, “This new relationship is designed to add mutual value for current and future customers and to increase targeted exposure and reputation for both companies. Following a strategic review of leading storage vendors, The Instillery selected Nimble Storage as the foundation storage platform for our Copy Data and Business Recovery Cloud solutions."

Director of technology at The Instillery, Andy Cronin, said the partnership with Nimble Storage would allow the company to enhance the Cloud services and dedicated solutions it provides and also gave it the ability to deliver products built from the ground up to integrate the speed of flash storage with the efficiency of high-capacity disk drives.

He said Nimble’s patented Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout [CASL] architecture delivered high performance, seamless scalability and integrated copy data protection.

“Our partnership with The Instillery presents an exciting value proposition to New Zealand and South Pacific-based companies. Together, we can address the demands for cost effective storage solutions that significantly improve performance and capacity optimisation.” Nimble Storage director of channel sales, Theo Hourmouzis, said,

Nimble Storage is a provider of flash storage solutions that enable enterprises to meet performance and capacity requirements for any workload in virtualised datacentres and Cloud environments.

The Instillery provides customers with critical information technology services based on networking and communication solutions for the Cloud era. Each Instillery service product is designed to remove complexity and risk, drive productivity, and grow revenue

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