Cloud Propeller, a provider of enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure solutions, has deployed StorCentric‘s Violin All-Flash NVMe storage to ensure the performance, reliability, and affordability of its public cloud services.

In addition, StorCentric also announced today that having experienced Violin storage for themselves, Cloud Propeller will now be offering the Violin QV-Series to end customers.

The Violin QV-Series ensures consistent low latency data access and throughput for Cloud Propeller’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) offerings.

Cloud Propeller now offers Violin Systems to end customers, knowing the all-flash NVMe storage can easily optimize their business applications such as VMWare, Oracle, Microsoft, and SAP while lowering overall IT costs.

Fast out of the gate, one of its first sales was to a local state government agency that needed to replace its aging Nimble storage. The client purchased two Violin storage arrays, which, having been set up and configured by Cloud Propeller, are now managed directly by the government client.

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