James Michel

ANS Group Specializes in Transforming Data Centers with its FlexpodSolutions

Press Release   •   Jun 28, 2013 14:30 IST

Manchester, UK, June 17, 2013: The ANS Group has come up with its Cisco NetAppFlexpod, whose unique design features superior unified data center technologies. You can get the IT efficiency at computing, network and storage layers. This <a href="http://www.ansgroup.co.uk/flexpod"&gt;Cisco Flexpod </a> can easily accommodate different use cases and some of the application workloads, such as Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint.
The new Cisco NetAppFlexpod solution can be used to deal with storage requirements and it has been designed with maximum flexibility to help organisations to grow in the most effective manner possible. “We are now running a top-notch infrastructure with the latest technology from Cisco, NetApp, Citrix and VMware, without the need for a huge capital outlay. More importantly though, it is being run by ANS and is no longer something we have to worry about - our SLA means that we are assured of its availability and we can simply get on with our jobs. We’re in the recruitment business and it is such a relief to no longer have to be concerned about trying to fit network provision into our busy days.” – says Peter Ingram, the Managing Director of Howard Jackson. The companies can easily expand their IT infrastructure, as and when required, without having to pay for storage and other services which are not being used.
About the company: Founded in 1996, ANS Group is an award-winning cloud expert that specializes in providing managed computer, storage and network infrastructures that can either be built on premise or provided as a cloud-based solution in the company’s data centres. It serves more than 600 customers throughout the public and private sectors. The company maintains offices in offices in Manchester and London.
For more information on http://www.ansgroup.co.uk/flexpod

Flexpod for VMware is a predesigned, base configuration that is built on Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco Nexusswitches and NetApp storage components with VMware virtualisation.