Curvature To Offer Independent, Storage Health Checks to Optimise, Prolong, Verify and Re-Inforce the Storage Infrastructure Layer

New service offered free to new enterprises before end of June 2019 – saving £1500 RRP

RICHMOND, UK. – May 09, 2019 – Curvature, the world’s largest provider of third-party maintenance and multi-vendor network and data centre IT lifecycle services, has announced that it will be offering UK and Ireland based IT Managers a free, non-disruptive storage Health Check assessment to help them pinpoint areas of concern and to take appropriate remedial action.

Independent, Storage Health Checks to Optimise, Prolong, Verify and Re-Inforce the Storage Infrastructure Layer

Independent, Storage Health Checks to Optimise, Prolong, Verify and Re-Inforce the Storage Infrastructure Layer

“It’s not often that trusted, independent, verified services come without a price tag,” said Christo Conidaris, VP Sales EMEA, Curvature. “But we are so confident that we can help storage managers identify potential performance issues with their storage systems before they turn into larger problems, that we are prepared to offer a free Health Check on a single storage unit before the end of June 2019. This is going to be especially valuable for those who find themselves running legacy storage including Dell EMC Clariion, Isilon, Data Domain, NetApp FAS and VNX Series who need re-assurance and optimisation tips that the vendor can no longer offer.”

What exactly will the free Health Check cover?
The Health Check is an independent, unbiased analysis of the storage asset conducted by expert, manufacturer-certified Curvature engineers with decades of hands-on experience. Carrying the highest levels of storage qualifications, these engineering consultants can quickly identify failed (or deemed likely to fail) disk drives, power supplies, and components on the edge of their lifespan. They also provide detailed performance analysis that identifies bottlenecks and likely causes, highlight competing components and suggest application load adjustments to increase performance. After receiving the independent analysis offered within the Health Check, the storage manager can focus and prioritise the recommended areas of improvement and start the change process, confident that they have received best practice advice.

How is a Health Check performed?
The Health Check is entirely driven by user needs. By its very essence, each Health Check is non-invasive, non-disruptive and conducted remotely, inside or outside of business hours. No customer data is accessed, as the Health Check analyses configuration logs and files only. The resultant Analysis phase is completely secure and process verified, with Delivery recommendations detailed remotely as well.

The Curvature Storage Health Check is normally priced at £1500 RRP, but to encourage IT Storage Managers to #checkyourstorage, Curvature UK are offering the service free of charge for the first storage unit if booked by 30 June 2019. They can be booked at https://go.curvature.com/emea-storage-health-check.

About Curvature
As the global leader in independent IT support, products and services, Curvature is transforming how companies manage, maintain and upgrade equipment and support for multi-vendor, multinational networks and data centers. At a time of competing IT priorities and digital transformations, companies need to be nimble, efficient and smart in how they invest in IT and business innovation. A strategic partner with more than 15,000 organizations globally, Curvature specializes in delivering 24×7 global technical support, advanced hardware replacement, and complete lifecycle management of networking and data center equipment under one global contract from locations in the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.curvature.com.

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For Further Information:
Sharon Munday, Director
On Your Case Ltd on behalf of Curvature
sharon@onyourcase.co.uk
+44 23 9311 4100

Published at Thu, 09 May 2019 14:50:00 +0000

Source: http://www.realwire.com/releases/Curvature-To-Offer-Independent-Storage-Health-Checks