As the need for secondary storage solutions has become more widespread, that were both tightly integrated and addressed similar needs for primary storage, cost and performance began to emerge as true value props. Improving efficiency and offering simpler data restores are clearly two prime advantages for secondary storage solutions, particularly as data volumes increase and backup windows get shorter.
It’s also a major reason why there’s been so much interest in Nutanix Mine with HYCU since it was introduced at .NEXT 2019 in Anaheim and why we were proud to be one of the first strategic technology partners to be an integral part of the general availability of the solution as well.
For Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant (TMLP) that recently undertook a full datacenter infrastructure refresh in line with a new ERP rollout, in order to support increased availability requirements and streamline operations, they chose Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform and Nutanix Mine with HYCU.
For TMLP, a municipal electric utility since 1897 that currently provides electric service to roughly 38,000 customers in southeastern Massachusetts, there have been many benefits. The most notable benefit by deploying Nutanix Mine with HYCU is that TMLP can reach its newly defined availability goals through redundancy and efficiency gains. Also, the platform's simplicity of use has already resulted in a large improvement in both testing and development data refresh time.
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Support for Nutanix Mine follows on a long list of HYCU Unique Firsts with Nutanix including first purpose-built backup and recovery solution, first tightly integrated support for AOS, AHV, Files, Volumes and Buckets among others. And, a major reason why we know customers will appreciate making secondary storage as invisible as they can primary storage with HYCU and Nutanix. For more information on how Nutanix Mine with HYCU can help you, check out firstname.lastname@example.org!
Note: IDC Customer Spotlight, sponsored by Nutanix and HYCU, “Backup and Recovery Platform Refresh Improves Availability and Efficiency for a Public Utility,” February 2020