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Nimble Storage's "CASL" Delivers the Definitive Storage Architecture for High-Performance, Low-Cost

Real-World Tested in a Range of Demanding Operating Environments, Nimble Storage Arrays Give VDI Users Superior Responsiveness and Data Protection While Giving VDI Administrators Complete Flexibility and Control

  • Premiered: 12/13/11
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: MarketWire.com
Topic(s): TBA Nimble TBA VDI
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Nimble Storage: A Proven VDI Storage Solution

This paper examines Nimble Storage VDI storage solution, based on the company’s rich and highly differentiated CASL architecture. The profile outlines three fundamental advantages that enable Nimble to provide a highly valuable, storage solution for VDI environments.

Publish date: 03/21/12
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Nimble Storage InfoSight: Transforming the Storage Lifecycle Experience with Deep-Data Analytics

The job of a storage administrator can sometimes be a difficult and lonely one. Administrators must handle a broad set of responsibilities, encompassing all aspects of managing their arrays and keeping up with user demands. And yet, flat IT budgets mean administrators are spread thin, with limited time to manage storage through its lifecycle, let alone improve and optimize storage practices and services.

In most organizations, the storage lifecycle is managed manually, as a complex and disjointed set of activities. Maintenance and support tend to be highly reactive, forcing administrators to play “catch up” each time a storage problem occurs. Monitoring and reporting rely on complex tools and large amounts of data that are difficult to interpret and act upon. Forecasting and planning are more art than science, leading administrators to overprovision to be on the safe side. These various lifecycle activities are seldom connected and inherently inefficient, and fail to provide administrators with the insight they need to anticipate issues and develop best practices. This, in turn, can put system availability and performance at risk, while reducing IT productivity.

Fortunately, one innovative vendor—Nimble Storage—has developed a powerful, data sciences-driven approach that promises to transform the storage lifecycle experience. Based on deep data collection, intelligent and predictive analytics, and automation built on storage and application expertise, Nimble InfoSight streamlines the storage lifecycle, providing administrators with the insights needed to optimize their arrays while also increasing their productivity. InfoSight collects and analyzes over 30 million data points each day from every installed Nimble Storage array worldwide, and then makes the resulting intelligence available both to Nimble engineers and customers. InfoSight automated analysis helps to proactively anticipate and prevent technical problems, significantly reducing the support burden on administrators. InfoSight also provides administrators with an intuitive, dashboard-driven portal into the performance, capacity utilization and data protection of their arrays, enabling them to monitor array operations across multiple sites and to better plan for future needs. By streamlining and informing key activities across the storage lifecycle, InfoSight simplifies and enhances day-to-day administrative tasks such as support, monitoring and forecasting, while enabling administrators to focus on more important initiatives.

To put a human face on InfoSight intelligence, Nimble Storage has also unveiled a new user community. The community allows users to connect and share ideas and resources via discussion forums, knowledge bases, and social media channels. The Nimble community will enable the company’s large and loyal customer base to write about and share their experiences and insights with each other, as well as with prospective users. Together, InfoSight and the Nimble community will give storage administrators unprecedented access to anonymized installed based data and peers’ expertise, enabling them to stay on top of their game and get more out of their arrays.

In this profile, we’ll examine the challenges administrators typically face on a day-to-day basis, and then take a closer look at InfoSight capabilities, and how they address these issues. We’ll then learn how two Nimble customers have benefited from InfoSight in several important ways. Finally, we’ll briefly examine the Nimble community, and discuss how these two initiatives together are empowering administrators through a combination of shared user data and insights.
 

Publish date: 04/15/13
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Nimble Storage Launches NimbleConnect, a New Collaborative Community for Storage Professionals

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 9, 2013) - Nimble Storage, the leading provider of flash-optimized hybrid storage solutions, today announced NimbleConnectâ„¢, an online community where Nimble Storage customers, partners, and other IT professionals can access technical information, practical suggestio

  • Premiered: 04/09/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: MarketWire.com
Topic(s): TBA Nimble TBA Jeff Byrne TBA NimbleConnect TBA Storage TBA Hybrid TBA Array TBA InfoSight
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Nimble Storage gains more than 60 percent after IPO

Wall Street's heavy demand for new Silicon Valley companies has not waned as 2013 draws to a close: Nimble Storage shares flashed higher Friday in their market debut, gaining more than 60 percent.

  • Premiered: 12/13/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: San Jose Mercury News
Topic(s): TBA Nimble Storage TBA Nimble TBA IPO TBA SSD TBA Flash TBA hybrid storage TBA Arun Taneja
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Nimble's Adaptive Flash goes bigger with beefed-up controller

Nimble Storage says flash, currently all the rage in enterprises, is best used in moderation. But just to be safe, the company’s giving customers a way to use a lot more of it.

  • Premiered: 06/11/14
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: PC World
Topic(s): TBA Nimble Storage TBA Nimble TBA Storage TBA SSD TBA HDD TBA Flash TBA Adaptive Flash TBA all flash array
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Nimble launches all-flash shelf instead of all-flash array

Nimble Storage, looking to break into the enterprise, today launched its highest capacity hybrid flash array and a solid-state drive (SSD) shelf as part of what it calls its Adaptive Flash platform.

  • Premiered: 06/11/14
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA Nimble Storage TBA Nimble TBA SSD TBA Flash TBA Adaptive Flash TBA InfoSight TBA analytics TBA latency TBA all flash array
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Legacy vendors seek better footing in shifting storage landscape

Flash, virtualization, cloud storage and commodity hardware have the potential to make IT shops more efficient and large storage vendors very nervous.

  • Premiered: 10/06/14
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Storage
Topic(s): TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA Virtualization TBA Cloud TBA Cloud Storage TBA Dell TBA HP TBA IBM TBA NetApp TBA EMC TBA AWS TBA Amazon TBA Amazon Web Services TBA Deduplication TBA Compression TBA object storage TBA Pure Storage TBA SolidFire TBA Violin Memory TBA hybrid storage TBA Hybrid Array TBA Gridstore TBA Nimble TBA Tegile TBA Tintri TBA Scality TBA Cleversafe TBA Nutanix TBA SimpliVity TBA Scale Computing
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The evolution of flash-based storage arrays

Oracle and HP prove that it's just not a case of all-flash or hybrid when selecting a solid-state-enhanced array.

  • Premiered: 03/05/15
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA Storage TBA Oracle TBA HP TBA Hybrid TBA Hybrid Array TBA hybrid storage TBA FS1-2 TBA EMC TBA XtremIO TBA all-flash TBA Nimble Storage TBA Nimble TBA HDD TBA Fusion-IO TBA PCI Express TBA Tintri TBA Pure Storage TBA Violin Memory TBA Auto-Tiering TBA QoS TBA 3PAR TBA IBM TBA FlashSystem
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HPE acquires Nimble for $1B

On March 8, HPE announced it will be acquiring Nimble for approximately $1B. This acquisition comes on the heels of the acquisition of SimpliVity for $650M that closed on February 17, 2017.