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BEarena becomes first A/NZ Nutanix Elite partner

BEarena becomes first A/NZ Nutanix Elite partner

Sees many opportunities to grow its investment with managed services opportunities in the market.

IT service provider, BEarena, has been appointed as the first Nutanix Elite partner in A/NZ.

BEarena has landed multiple customers with many more opportunities in the pipeline, for virtualised workloads on the Nutanix virtual computing platform across A/NZ.

Some of its customers include Sanity Music, Pearson VUE, South Taranaki District Council and Southlands District Council.

BEarena technical director, Darren Ashley, said it implemented its own Nutanix infrastructure to support its business, and sees many opportunities to grow its investment with managed services opportunities in the market.

“Virtualisation has changed the industry and the way we conduct business, and it continues to evolve in this newly heralded software paradigm,” he said.

Nutanix A/NZ managing director, Wayne Neich, said BEarena’s strength in virtualised infrastructures and customer support enabled customers to evolve from legacy-based technologies to high-performance, scale out systems.

BEarena is a sponsor at VMware’s vForum 2013 in Sydney, where it will give customer demonstrations on one of the latest Nutanix platforms. During the past three years, it has also picked up the Veeam Partner of the Year award.


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