Availability and Resilience
Plan for the unexpected
In an always-connected world, critical application failures can cost your business its future. Unplanned downtime and data loss can originate from many sources, including natural disasters, network or power outages, human error, or malicious acts. Additional risk comes from costly, inflexible legacy infrastructure with inadequate data protection and disaster recovery models. A Hybrid IT approach helps you plan for the unexpected by providing mission-critical capabilities that empower you to reduce risk and ensure infrastructure availability.
End-to-end protection for your deployments
Get infrastructure resiliency, service continuity, and data protection capabilities, no matter where you deploy your applications or how data enters your systems.
Uninterrupted protection and delivery
Protect your infrastructure investment and deliver peak levels of uninterrupted service by identifying potential areas of vulnerability, planning accordingly, and implementing a Hybrid IT strategy that incorporates best practices for security, data protection, and resilience.
High-performing flash storage solutions have four essential features: speed, affordability, enterprise resilience, and scalability. Learn more about the importance of these features and other key considerations for flash-optimised data protection.
System failures are more common, and more costly, than many organisations realise. See how delivering business continuity for vital applications can help you minimise potential damage at a TCO that makes sense for your business.
mean hourly cost of downtime1
of enterprises had a data centre outage in the past 24 months2
Annual cost of ransomware attacks3
Success in action
FNZC overcomes aging storage and backup challenges
FNZC achieved 14 times faster latency performance and solid cost savings in power consumption and cooling with a new storage and backup infrastructure.
Modernising a mission-critical ERP system
MAGLITE® increased performance by 45%, lowered licensing costs by 20%, and gained 20x better reliability by modernising its entire mission-critical application environment.
99X streamlines storage to shorten backup windows
99X, one of Norway’s largest service providers, installed new storage and backup, and reduced backup times for a single virtual machine by a factor of 20.
Vancity ensures stable performance for core banking
Vancity modernised its core banking to achieve greater flexibility in meeting member needs, and reliable performance and stability for its mission-critical banking services.
Put your backup data to work with a secondary storage array that combines inline data reduction for cost-effective backup and DR, and fast flash performance to run real workloads like Dev/Test, QA, and analytics.
Solve your key business challenges
Transform to a hybrid infrastructure
Find the right mix of platforms for your apps and data across traditional IT, private, and public cloud to minimise risk and maximise savings.
Enable flexible consumption models
Achieve the flexibility and economic benefits of public cloud without sacrificing the security and control of on-premises IT.
According to Frost & Sullivan surveys of IT leaders, businesses are investing in data storage technology that delivers maximum value to the business – with flash storage solutions for the data centre. Flash has been recognised as the optimal technology to support today’s data-driven businesses. Early adopters are realising gains in productivity, end-user satisfaction, and cost-efficiency, compared with traditional storage. But why wait? If flash is good enough for your business’s future, why not implement it today? By accelerating your timeline to an all-flash data centre, you will start achieving maximum value from your data. Download this white paper and examine the case for the all flash data centre, the importance of a flash-optimised data protection strategy, and get tips for gaining support from business leaders for your vision.
Read this IDC white paper and learn how to meet the data protection challenges of moving to all-flash data centres and why it requires a greater focus on resiliency.
Download this white paper and discover how the new Nimble Storage Secondary Flash array and Veeam Availability Suite™ software empowers organisations to improve data availability, while increasing IT agility and infrastructure ROI.
Find out how to overcome the obstacles related to the all flash data centre.
1. “High-Value Business Applications on x86: The Need for True Fault-Tolerant Systems,” Peter Rutten, IDC, May 2015
2. “Fingers Crossed? Or What is Your Business Continuity Plan for the Inevitable,” Gravic, Inc., 2015 (original source: Ponemon Institute)
3. Federal Bureau of Investigation data, cited by CNN Money, 2016