By Michael Hakkert – VP, Corporate Marketing
If you’re as busy as I am it’s challenging to keep pace with the rapid changes across the storage industry. That’s why video is such a great medium – you can ingest a lot of information with a small investment of time. Here are three concise videos that provide a great overview of the Nimble Predictive Flash platform in action and how it enables customers to accelerate core business processes.
First we’ll hear from a couple of customers:
- Skullcandy – Justin Haaga at Skullcandy strives to maintain work-life balance across his IT team. The Nimble Storage Predictive Flash platform delivers the performance, capacity, and reliability he needs to support a rapidly growing business, giving him team plenty of time to chill out and maintain the company motto: “Live life at full volume”.
- Siemens – Michael Landeck at Siemens selected Nimble Adaptive Flash arrays not only for the capacity and performance needed to run their day-to-day business, but to help them build new processes that enhance the customer support experience and speed the design and delivery of new products for its global clients.
Increasingly, customers need flash performance for latency-sensitive business applications and the capacity of hybrid storage for mainstream applications, but want the freedom to dynamically reconfigure without migrating data, building storage silos, or paying a performance penalty. The Nimble Unified Flash Fabric provides a single consolidation architecture that enables flash for all enterprise applications.
Adding it all up, the Skullcandy and Siemens videos are just under two minutes each, and the Unified Flash Fabric is just under three, so we’ve packed a lot into seven minutes. If you’re into forensic science and have two more minutes to spare, here’s another customer story, this time from the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
And to hear other Nimble customers discuss the Predictive Flash platform and our new All Flash arrays, be sure to register for next Tuesday’s webinar with noted industry analyst Howard Marks.