Adaptive Flash Storage for Microsoft Applications
- Increase Exchange, SQL, and SharePoint availability and uptime
- Reduce storage footprint for mailboxes, databases, and files by 30-75%
- Leverage pre-validated solutions to reduce risk and accelerate deployment
Nimble Storage’s Adaptive Flash platform is integrated with Microsoft to provide application-consistent performance and management.
Microsoft Exchange 2013
Nimble Storage’s Adaptive Flash platform provides a powerful solution for Microsoft Exchange. Because performance is not tied to the number of disk spindles, Nimble Storage delivers an order of magnitude greater performance than storage systems that do not integrate flash into the underlying architecture.
- Go to the Microsoft Exchange Solution Reviewed Program (ESRP) Website
- Read the 100,000-Mailbox Exchange 2013 Resiliency Storage Report
- Read the 40,000-Mailbox Exchange 2010 Resiliency Storage Report
- Download the Nimble Storage Best Practices Guide for Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft SQL Server
Nimble Storage Protection Manager provides an interface between a Nimble Storage array and the native VSS interfaces of the Windows operating system. This core integration enables instant, application-consistent backups and fast restores.
- Download the Nimble Storage Best Practices Guide for SQL Server
- Watch the On-Demand Webinar: Nimble Storage for Microsoft SQL Server
Demo Video: SQL Server Recovery
Nimble SmartStack for Business-Critical Applications on VMware
Nimble Storage SmartStack™ for Business-Critical Applications on VMware provides a converged infrastructure reference architecture leveraging Cisco UCS B-Series blade servers, VMware vSphere, and Nimble Storage arrays. The architecture was validated to support department scale deployment of up to 500 users for Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, and SQL Server.
Learn more about Nimble Storage SmartStack:
- Solution Brief: SmartStack for Business-Critical Applications
- Reference Architecture: Virtualizing Business-Critical Applications on SmartStack
“We started out deploying SQL workloads on the Nimble array. Very quickly we realized we had enough performance headroom to consolidate our very demanding Exchange 2010 deployment on the same array.“RON KANTER
IT DIRECTOR, BERKELEY RESEARCH GROUP