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Anexinet Free Storage Health Check Helps Enterprises Improve the Performance of Storage Environments
Anexinet Corporation, a leading provider of digital business solutions, today announced its new data Storage Health Check offering. Customers receive a complimentary, comprehensive storage system analysis and upon conclusion, are presented with a detailed report outlining how their existing array is impacting projects and applications, as well as methods to correct issues and set appropriate goals. 

Anexinet's Storage Health Check is proven to avoid risks and common storage pitfalls by enabling organizations to view their current array's total capacity-both used and available- while also enabling them to understand trends and pinpoint how soon to "full," based on the current storage consumption rates. In addition, the health check provides:

  • Current State Analysis and Data Collection - A complete analysis of data assets and analytics capabilities, including associated owners and stakeholders.
  • Performance and Capacity Evaluation - Assessment of the array's IOPS, latency, and front-to-backend performance, as well as a review of array disk assets, Logical Unit Number (LUN) skew, and top LUN and host clients.
  • Recommendations and Next Steps - A full report detailing any discovered storage issues and potential challenges, their impact on stated business goals as well as ways to optimize performance based on workload.

"Nearly every company eventually struggles with its data storage and experiences speed latencies or a capacity decrease," said John Kolimago, Executive Vice President & General Manager, Cloud Solutions, Anexinet. "Unfortunately, so many of these companies are uncertain as to the best course of action and wind-up failing in their attempts to properly remediate slow storage performance. Anexinet's Storage Health Check offers companies a ‘no commitment' opportunity to uncover issues and realize the best methods to alleviate present and future data storage complications."

Published Tuesday, April 30, 2019 7:21 AM by David Marshall
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