Nimble Storage in the News - Week Ending December 9, 2016

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  • InfoWorld predicted four possible developments for Python in the near future, and included commentary from Cristian Medina, Nimble Storage engineer, on the concept of an enterprise-grade package index for Python.
  • IT Web shared Deloitte’s list of the fastest-growing companies in North America, including Nimble.
  • CRN AU reported that Solista, which works predominantly with Nimble Storage, Pure Storage, Veeam and others, was listed at Nov. 4 on the CRN Fast 50 list.
  • Nimble announced it will be exhibiting the Predictive Flash platform at the 2016 Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference.
  • TechRepublic covered Veeam’s plans for 2017, noting the company recently added support for Nimble Storage.
  • CRN reported that Adar, the developer for the Nerdio IT-as-a-service-platform, has launched its first channel program. The article notes the Nerdio platform incorporated VMware technology, Microsoft Office 365 and backup and disaster recovery in partnership with Nimble Storage.
  • IT Markt Germany interviewed Daniel Meier, Nimble sales manager for Switzerland, on InfoSight and why SME’s should consider purchasing Nimble solutions.
  • IT Zoom published a case study conducted with Parship on how Nimble Storage was tested and demonstrated exceptional performance. 
  • Channelweb covered a case study on how Systemec uses Nimble Adaptive Flash arrays for its cloud services, including its implementation of the Nimble AF3000 All Flash arrays. Computable NL, Executive People and Dutch IT Channel wrote similar pieces. 
  • LeMagIT FR reported that Veeam has unveiled version 9.5 of its backup solution Veeam Backup & Replication, which has direct compatibility with Nimble Storage.
  • Informatik Aktuell Germany interviewed Thomas Becker, account executive at Nimble, on Nimble’s high performance and ability to predict and prevent issues.
  • ARN provided a roundup of expert advice around building a business continuity channel plan, including commentary from John Whyte, APJ systems engineering director at Nimble.

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