Distribution Central has launched a new Product-on-demand solution, RecoveryPOD, powered by CommVault, Fujitsu and NetApp.
Product-on-Demand (POD) solutions integrate best-of-breed technology components from DC's technology vendors to produce a pre-defined architecture that solves business problems.
RecoveryPOD is designed to address the core data challenges of modern business — backup, storage and archiving — by integrating CommVault's Simpana 10, Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers and NetApp's storage systems.
RecoveryPOD is the newest in an existing suite of DC POD solutions including SplunkPOD (integrating Splunk, Fujitsu and NetApp) and PerformancePOD (integrating Fujitsu and Riverbed), in addition to existing reference architectures such as FlexPod and V-Shape.
All Distribution Central PODs are delivered through the DC PODfactory service, and are configured, validated, supported and asset managed through DC's Software-as-a-Service channel management platform and support services.
Distribution Central managing director, Nick Verykios, said data was at the core of any business problem.
"How do I best store it, secure it, manage access to it, back it up and so on?" he said.
"Contemporary IT solutions need to deliver the best technology, cost-effectively and efficiently.
"DC has developed a range of DC POD and CloudPOD solutions to enable our partners to meet these requirements, ensuring they deliver a solution and service that is relevant to their customer's business needs."
Distribution Central will be delivering a brief webinar on RecoveryPOD open to all resellers on 21 January and 30 January 2014.
Distribution Central is celebrating its tenth year and has grown from $22 million in FY2007 to more than $250 million in FY2013 in revenue.
The company currently employs 120 staff across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
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