Manchester, UK, June 17, 2013:ANS Group’sFlexpod Net App combines the NetAppSnapShot technology with VMware’s Site Recovery Manager to build a business continuity and disaster recovery platform that eliminates the concerns over hardware failure causing a significant impact on day-to-day business operations. All systems can be restored in a matter of minutes, if required. NetApp thin provisioning and de-duplication, combined with VMware virtualisation allows to reduce the number of storage racks, as well as operational expenditure on power and cooling. The <a href="http://www.ansgroup.co.uk/flexpod">Flexpod</a> architecture can be optimized for a variety of workloads in virtualized and non-virtualized environments.
You can get the Flexpod NetAppsolution tailored as per your requirements and it will be implemented in such a way so as not to impact on the operational capability through the transition.The new platform is based on the high-quality Infrastructure 3.0 FlexPod architecture and combines Cisco UCS and Nexus switches with NetApp intelligent storage and VMware virtualisation to create the most efficient infrastructure currently available. “The platform is leaner, more secure and more resilient and it is being run by a team of infrastructure experts. ANS won the deal because it was the right proposal, the right people and the right price – in that order. They won us over because they were prepared to create a ‘Fit for Our purpose’ solution.” – said Jo Stanford, Group IT Director of DeVere.
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.
It serves more than 600 customers throughout the public and private sectors. The company maintains offices in offices in Manchester and London.