SevOne Joins NetApp Alliance Partner Program
May 01, 2015
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SevOne has joined the NetApp Alliance Partner Program as an Advantage Alliance Partner.

SevOne is working with NetApp to provide customers with a unified view of their complex infrastructures to derive new and critical insights that can speed business innovation and responsiveness.

By partnering with NetApp, SevOne will have the opportunity to help customers bridge the gap from traditional to dynamic infrastructure performance monitoring by combining NetApp’s OnCommand Insight (OCI) storage resource-management tools with SevOne’s Cluster Architecture in Network Attached Storage (NAS) environments. The result is end-to-end visibility, capacity planning for both the storage and ethernet networks, and enhanced troubleshooting capabilities to cut down on application down time or decreased performance.

“As a NetApp Advantage Partner, our customers will enjoy SevOne’s unmatched infrastructure monitoring with Speed at Scale combined with NetApp’s storage management services to optimize their overall resources and investments,” said Keith Bartlett, VP of Corporate Development at SevOne. “By integrating our offerings, customers will experience expanded OnCommand Insight visibility — from fiber channel to ethernet networks — to monitor today’s hyperscale infrastructures and deliver vital applications and services.”

“Economic and competitive pressures are forcing IT teams to continuously improve efficiency, reduce costs, and respond faster to business and mission needs,” stated Kurt Sand, GM of Insight Software at NetApp. “The visibility SevOne provides for NetApp OnCommand Insight customers will help us continue to optimize their existing infrastructure resources, make better business decisions based on real-time data and accelerate IT initiatives.”

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