Netic sells IT infrastructure solutions and provides business-critical operations and application life-cycle management to customers in both the private and public sector. Located in Aalborg, Denmark, Netic has made a name for itself by meeting stringent service-level agreements (SLAs) for both performance and availability, while delivering hardened security to protect customers' data assets. Many of Netic's clients use the company as a starting point for hybrid infrastructure or an evolutionary transformation to high-performing public cloud.
Netic has relied on Hitachi Vantara’s midrange storage since 2009, primarily because of Hitachi’s proven track record in delivering high availability, predictable performance, high reliability for mixed enterprise workloads, and highly responsive technical support.
Eric Burgener, IDC Research Vice President, recently conducted an in-depth interview with Netic CEO Steen Jensen to learn why Netic continues to rely on Hitachi Vantara solutions, which is summarized in this IDC Customer Spotlight report.
Meet Stringent Customer Requirements
Netic runs a high percentage of customer workloads on dedicated storage systems in on-premises private cloud infrastructure. It relies heavily on Hitachi Vantara VSP E series storage to support the need to sandbox workloads by customer for data privacy and cybersecurity reasons.
With Hitachi Vantara midrange storage, Netic can consistently deliver on its SLA promises to its clients. After having worked with several enterprise storage providers, Netic has made Hitachi Vantara its tier 1 storage provider and the relationship has flourished across multiple technology generations.
Download the IDC Customer Spotlight: Storage Reliability Critical to Hosting Provider’s Success for the full story.
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